Watch Man Utd V Aston Villa Live Stream Online PC TV Video Free, Man Utd V Aston Villa Live Online Instant Streaming Internet TV Free, Man Utd V Aston Villa Live Soccer TV Channels Online Manchester United will be desperate to correct their midweek slip-up at Wigan when they host struggling Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Sunday.
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The Premier League leaders suffered a shock 1-0 defeat at the DW Stadium on Wednesday night, allowing second-placed Manchester City to cut their lead to five points with five games remaining after romping to victory at home to West Brom.
The Red Devils now find themselves under unexpected pressure, with City having been largely written off ahead of the midweek results after previously slipping eight points adrift following an untimely rough patch.
Damage control will be United's priority this weekend as they look to widen the gap once more, with only a visit of Everton standing between Sunday's encounter and the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium later this month which could potentially decide the title.
But Sir Alex Ferguson should be feeling quietly confident knowing three of his side's four remaining matches, not counting the derby, will be played on home turf.
Ferguson's side, who had stormed to eight consecutive wins ahead of Wednesday's upset, have only lost twice at Old Trafford this season and have not dropped a point there since New Year's Eve, conceding just one goal in that period.
Villa will hope to capitalise on their blunder against the Latics as they look to avoid being dragged into the relegation scrap in the final weeks of the campaign.
Alex McLeish's men are currently 15th in the table and six points clear of safety but have won just one of their last 10 league encounters, suffering four defeats over that period.
The Midlanders were held 1-1 at home to Stoke on Easter Monday - their second draw on the bounce after their trip to Liverpool last weekend ended with the same scoreline.
Nani is in contention to return to Ferguson's starting XI after featuring as a substitute against Wigan following a five-match absence with an ankle injury.
The manager has confirmed midfielder Paul Scholes will feature after he was rested for Wednesday's defeat, while Anderson (hamstring), Darren Fletcher (bowel condition), Michael Owen (thigh) and Nemanja Vidic (knee) remain long-term absentees.
Villa boss McLeish will check on the fitness of Chris Herd and Stephen Warnock ahead of the trip to Old Trafford.
Herd suffered a head injury during Monday's draw with Stoke, while Warnock was substituted with an ankle problem. Charles N'Zogbia and Gary Gardner will be in contention to replace the duo if ruled out.
Midfielder Fabian Delph has returned to training after his ankle injury when on loan at Leeds while winger Marc Albrighton is battling to overcome a thigh problem.