A place in the Premier League is on the line in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.
This time it is Derby standing in their way, as Frank Lampard looks to preside over a fairy tale promotion to the top flight.
Villa overcame a clash with West Brom to reach the Wembley final, while Derby overcame Leeds in a thriller, upsetting the odds in the process.
Here is all the key information you need ahead of the play-off final…
When is the game?
The Championship play-off final takes place on Monday May 27.
As it is a bank holiday Monday, kick-off is set for 3pm.
Where is the game played?
As ever, Wembley will host the play-off final.
A full house of nearly 90,000 fans are expected to be in attendance.
What TV channel is the match on?
TV coverage of the Championship play-off final will be available on Sky Sports.
Both their Main Event and Football channels will be showing the action.
Can you live stream the match?
If you are a Sky Sports subscriber, you can watch the action on the SkyGo app.
That is available both on desktop and online.
Aston Villa team news
Villa boss Dean Smith’s main injury concern is On-loan Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe after he limped off late in Villa’s semi-final second leg against West Brom.
Amidst the celebrations at The Hawthorns, he was piggy backed onto the pitch by Villa staff and Smith has yet to confirm the severity of the injury, but it is hoped the defender can sign off his Villa loan in style.
Thomas Carroll, Jordan Lyden and Orjan Nyland are likely to remain out with long-term injuries.
Derby team news
Scott Malone picked up a red-card in the dramatic 4-2 victory over Leeds United at Elland Road in the semi-final.
Ashley Cole will therefore make yet another Wembley appearance, and will be yet another former Chelsea great on display alongside Frank Lampard and John Terry.
Martin Waghorn and Craig Bryson face a race to feature at Wembley while David Nugent and Curtis Davies remain out.
Aston Villa 6/5
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