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  1. I'm predicting 1-3, another bit of Grealish magic to score or assist.
  2. Vardy ripped us a new one in the league. Hopefully the new defensive set up with Tyrone will cope a little better. Hoping for a draw tomorrow but expecting a narrow defeat. Either way, I reckon the tie will still be in the balance in 3 weeks time. We need to not panic if we go a goal down. Keep it tight and keep the tie alive for the home leg.
  3. Yep both legs are on Sky
  4. Would you go full strength for this? And will they? If we play the FA cup team we played against Fulham it will be all over by the second leg.
  5. The BBC preview makes depressing reading: Aston Villa Villa have the division's worst away record, registering one win and four points from 10 games. The 5-1 victory at Norwich in October is their solitary triumph in 28 Premier League away matches. Dean Smith's side have lost eight of their past 11 league fixtures home and away. All but one of the 18 points earned by Aston Villa have come against sides currently 10th or lower in the table. They are unbeaten in nine league matches on New Year's Day since a 0-1 loss at Chelsea in 2001. Aston Villa have conceded a league-high 25 goals after half time this season. No side has let in as many Premier League goals from headers (9) or corners (8) as Villa this season. Forward Wesley has failed to score in any of his past 12 league appearances.
  6. Terrible. Is Jack suspended for that late yellow? I think that's 5
  7. Player who crossed it took down Jack so he couldn't track back - unfair advantage
  8. The league is more important but this is our best chance of winning something this year. I'd love to go back to Wembley
  9. He should have stared at the ball, then at the goal at least five times. Or perhaps he was going for the 3 points, we were 2 - 0 down
  10. He looked absolutely shattered when they finally hauled him off after his second goal. It was interesting to see how attacking his position was- he was almost a second striker. Hopefully he will get a couple of days rest before returning to training. At least we are the Monday game, so more recovery time. I actually enjoyed watching Scotland and wanted them to win for once
  11. Well, he may well miss Sunday but the international break is just what we need to nurse him back to full fitness (I hope).
  12. Yeah, I thought that he was training at the end of last week! Hope there haven't been any complications. Either way, I doubt he will manage the full 90 on Sunday. I personally would bench him and only bring him on if we really need to i.e. if we are losing or being dominated in midfield.
  13. Just got back from VP. Atmosphere was very odd tonight, felt a bit like a pre-season friendly. Wolves were really bad, if I was a fan I would be furious at their lack of attacking intent. They were lucky to get one goal. We weren't brilliant but we totally bossed possession and won the ball back well on multiple occasions and a win is a win. Just seen Deano's interview. He is confident Jack is back on Saturday so now I am very happy. God I love the Villa!
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