Details, including dates, kick-off times and TV channels, have already been confirmed for the next four games.
Dean Smith’s team resumes the high-flying campaign against Sheffield United on Wednesday, June 17, which is their current game.
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Villa will then face Chelsea (June 21), Newcastle United (June 24) and Wolves (June 27) to complete a busy schedule in June.
A list of matches for the following six matches is on the club’s official website, but it says: “The dates of all current potential matches in all competitions are subject to change. ”
The Villa will face Liverpool, Manchester United, Crystal Palace, Everton, Arsenal and West Ham United to end the season.
Sunday June 21
Everton v Liverpool 7 p.m. – SKY
Wednesday June 24
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 8:15 p.m. – SKY
Thursday July 2
Manchester City v Liverpool 8:15 p.m. – SKY
Saturday July 4
Liverpool vs Villa 3 p.m.
Wednesday July 8
Villa vs Manchester United 8 p.m.
Saturday July 11
Villa vs Crystal Palace 3 p.m.
Wednesday July 15
Everton vs Villa 8 p.m.
Saturday July 18
Villa vs Arsenal 3 p.m.
Sunday July 26
West Ham United vs Villa 3:00 p.m.