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Villa Reserves At Home v Pompey

Villa reserves play Portsmouth tonight at Villa Park. Kick off 7pm.

Villa are top of the league and have two games in hand over the second placed team Reading.

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Updated with team news:

VILLA: Taylor, Lund, Lowry, Osbourne, Clark, Baker, Salifou, Routledge, Williams, Delfouneso, Bannan. Subs: Forrester, Bevan, Albrighton, Mikaelsson, Lichaj.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 9 2008

Time: 1:05PM

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We going to win a mini double! Youth and Reserves! UTV
neilav182
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09/04/2008 13:31:00

I understand Jermain Defoe will play having missed the win at West Ham last nite. Harry wants him sharp for Newcastle on Saturday!
storagematt
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09/04/2008 13:42:00

I think the Pompey website have named their team. No Defoe. Shame. It would have been a good test for our youngsters. I shall look out especially for Erik Lund this evening. Every time I have seen him he has looked a young right back of great potential.
krfeskivilla
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09/04/2008 14:17:00

Looking forward to Bannan playing, the lad is a little firecracker. Not sure if he'll make the cut given he looks like a ten year old but a joy to watch
neilav182
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09/04/2008 15:30:00

VILLA: Taylor, Lund, Lowry, Osbourne, Clark, Baker, Salifou, Routledge, Williams, Delfouneso, Bannan. Subs: Forrester, Bevan, Albrighton, Mikaelsson, Lichaj.
The Fear
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09/04/2008 16:11:00

Sorry chaps I was only joking about Defoe. He is still in the Caribbean for his grans funeral. I'm not even sure if he will back for this Saturday. No offence meant.
storagematt
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09/04/2008 21:15:00

Defoe would be too busy roasting that Aisleen from Big Brother. We won 2-0, anyone know how Routledge and the Togolese Zidane did? Routledge taken off after 75 mins, is he being rested for the weekend? - would MON dare start player, other than his only 11!
tarzan
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09/04/2008 22:58:00

Sounds like another good showing from our lads then. They're doing their part in making this a season of progress.
glensider
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09/04/2008 23:17:00

Who scored?
MOGVILLA
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09/04/2008 23:30:00

Ciaran Clark and Nathan Delfouneso scored the goals
DoLpHiNaToR
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10/04/2008 07:28:00

Routledge was ok, he beat his man almost everytime he got the ball, put in countless good crosses had a hand in the first goal. Seriously he was good, brilliant turn of pace and good end product. He should be having a part to play for the run in. Delfouneso's goal was sublime, that boy has some serious talent and then there was Barry Bannan, if you haven't seen him play yet get yourself to the next reserve game. He's got mad skills and is always great to watch
neilav182
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10/04/2008 12:34:00

 

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