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Strong Reserve Team To Face Stoke

Strong Reserve Team To Face Stoke

The second string entertain Stoke at Villa Park tonight, and see the return of Reo-Coker, Bouma, and Harewood to action as they bid to remain unbeaten this season.

Villa were held 0-0 by a strong Stoke team last time round, so revenge will be ours tonight and the lads will no doubt be looking to go out in the final two on a high after already securing the league title for a 3rd consecutive time.

Kick off is at 7pm and the team shall be:

Marshall, Roome, Bouma, Clark, O'Halloran, Hogg, Bradley, Reo-Coker, Hofbauer, Forrester, Harewood.

Subs: Albrighton, Bevan, Weimann, Collins

Stoke - Parton; Hedley, Cohen, MacDonald, Wint, Mitchell, Lund, Connor, Nicholls, Urwin, Moult.

Subs: Jackson, Alexander, Foster.

ps any fans wishing a team sheet from the behind closed doors match against Fulham earlier this week can request one from the Trinity Road Reception prior to the match.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday April 15 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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Very good to see the return of our long term injury lads, good luck to them. No Curtis Davies, I would have thought that he needed some serious playing time. Obviously not. I want to see Curtis back in the groove, fully fit and raring. I rate him highly, and can only hope that he isn't being edged out of Villa Park.
glensider
15/04/2010 23:23:00
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glensider, Curtis has now picked up a foot injury!!
astonsteve
16/04/2010 07:38:00
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