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Villa Team News v Sunderland - Bent Injured

Villa Team News v Sunderland - Bent Injured


The Villa team away to Sunderland:

Brad Guzan

Matthew Lowton, Ron Vlaar, Ciaran Clark, Joe Bennett

Andreas Weimann, Stephen Ireland, Ashley Westwood, Barry Bannan

Gabriel Agbonlahor, Christian Benteke

Substitutions:

Eric Lichaj
Jordan Bowery
Enda Stevens
Shay Given
Marc Albrighton
Brett Holman
Fabian Delph

Darren Bent, I believe (not see confirmation) has an injured foot so hasn`t travelled with the team.

Join us in the match thread: Click Here

From Vital Sunderland: Vital Aston Villa editor Mike Field joins us today to discuss all things Aston Villa ahead of Saturday`s re-union for Martin O`Neill at the Stadium of Light...See: Opposing View: Aston Villa

Pre Sunderland match on Vital Villa:

The manager on yet another crucial game: Lambert pre Sunderland

Prediction time folks: Mystic v Lawro Predictions - Sunderland Away

Who'll take their Cup form into this weekend's game at the Stadium of Light? An interview with our friends from Sunderland: An Interview With A Sunderland Fan 1/11/12

As the title says really: Pre Sunderland Injury News

Sunderland match thread: Click Here



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday November 3 2012
Time: 2:50PM

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Westwood will be key for us today if he performs well we can win but we are looking a little lightweight in there imo, Bannan and Ireland are notgoing to win balls much lets hope Westwood turns into Clint Eastwood ay UTV!!!
CLIVETHEVILLAN
03/11/2012 14:56:00
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Very convenient ;-)
Villan444
03/11/2012 16:08:00
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I knew Villa win where are the doubters XD
CDX_EIRE
03/11/2012 17:00:00
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Didn't need him! Woohoo! UTV!!!
144wittonlane
03/11/2012 17:00:00
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What a battling performance. Gabby in the right place at the right time. Westwood's contribution was very impressive for a first Premier League game. Bit nerve wracking at the end but otherwise we were pretty much in charge. COYL
chocolate teapot
03/11/2012 17:02:00
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and we are still 17th......we need a point next week.
malacaxeta
03/11/2012 17:04:00
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I was a doubter and chuffed to bits with the result. QPR v Reading tomorrow. Need a draw. Monday ... Baggies v Southampton.. come on you... nah. Can't bring myself to say it. Going to be nip and tuck until January so I still think we need a relegation-watch' feature.
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03/11/2012 20:40:00
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