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  1. Match preview and head to head here at flashscore Some interesting stats. Though this season has seen Aston Villa pick up only two Premier League (PL) clean sheets, Villa have at least started well, with seven first-half clean sheets in eight games. The hosts have been leading at the break in five of those eight games, but have dropped eight points from winning positions. Also of significance is the fact that Villa have conceded ten of the 12 PL goals scored against them after the break. However, they are unbeaten in the last eight competitive H2Hs (W5, D3), managing four clean sheets during that sequence. The second half of games often prove important for Brighton too, with five of their eight league goals scored, and eight of ten conceded, coming after the break. Staying true to this theme, five of Brighton’s eight PL games this season have been goalless at the break. The visitors themselves have failed to score a first-half PL goal in six of those eight games above. Furthermore, the ‘Seagulls’ have struggled with their scoring away from home, scoring just once before the hour mark in their four PL away games. Players to watch: Anwar El Ghazi (ASV) has scored both of his PL goals at home this season, giving Villa the lead or extending it. Meanwhile, Neal Maupay has been Brighton’s first or last goal scorer with each of his three PL goals, whilst also giving or extending the Seagulls’ lead. Stat attack: Half of Villa’s PL goals this season (six of 12) have been conceded in the last ten minutes of play. So far this season, Villa’s record as a home favourite with bookmakers stands at: W0, D1, L1. Brighton have failed to score in each of their last three PL road trips. Six of Brighton’s eight PL matches have seen the same result at half-time and full-time.
  2. Go for it, but as its been a while since you watched it i suggest you start from episode 1 and binge watch it.
  3. Just completed all three series of Narcos. Superb. Gripping TV with hints of realism by showing original tv footage. A great performance from Juan Mercia as Pablo Escabar. Incredible how deep the corruption was along with the violence. And now as a bonus there is another series for me to watch....Narcos Mexico.....
  4. spot the difference from the team that beat Man City... It’s an easy excuse, but a wrong one, for Farke to use when you’ve just been hammered at home.
  5. well, that was rather jolly wasn’t it?
  6. Watched Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. Sky Cinema original exploring the crimes of Ted Bundy from the perspective of his girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer. Thought it was a good film which i enjoyed. Well worth the watch.
  7. I'm off to this on Saturday. Dead excited as it will be a fairly intimate type of gig as opposed to the larger warehouse/festival gigs. Fatboy Slim at Cutty Sark | Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat Party Evenings & Lates, Cutty Sark Theatre Date and time: Saturday 5 October 2019 | General Entry 7pm | VIP Entry 6pm Admission: Ticketed Price: £38.50 - £58.50 Location: Cutty Sark Season: Cutty Sark Theatre
  8. this blokes sussed Bruce out....cabbages at the ready !!!!
  9. result.... which do well for confidence and give DS options and food for thought for Saturday which will be far more important than this in the grand scheme of things.
  10. Lack of activity in this thread also shows the fans aint bothered !!!!!
  11. Just binged watched series 1 and 2 of Happy Valley on Netflix (original BBC prog) Happy it was not but i enjoyed the whole lot of it. A good plot and some brilliant acting from Sarah Lancashire.
  12. Yes indeed. To do this I think we need to change formation and shore up the midfield. I think having two wide men are a luxury in the premiership. Especially the ones we have who are weak in defence and get shrugged off the ball far too easily. This was apparent in yesterday’s game when Dean should have made changes to the midfield a lot earlier to negate the changes Arsenal made and nullify there attacking strength. I would like to see us just play one wide man for the Burnley game which will be a more physical type of game.
  13. didnt realise this old classic was still about....so i'm downing a few in the name of nostalgia... come to Birmingham and you will see......
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