Midweek Sports Special

After Villa were far from impressive against Shrewsbury Town on Saturday afternoon, Steve Bruce will hope that his team can actually show the Villa supporters that they can be a promotional force next season.

This evening’s game is a welcome return of what used to be a fairly annual preseason local match-up, and a fixture that Villa have had mixed fortunes in.

Tonight, hopefully, we’ll see a bit more cohesiveness and intent in Villa’s forward play.

If you’re not at the game, you can watch it on the live Youtube stream below.

Walsall History

It’s a little known fact that Aston Villa have never beaten Walsall in a competitive league fixture in the history of football. Their only wins have come in FA Cup fixtures in 1912 and 1930.

Granted the teams have only ever played four times in the league, in the early 1970’s, when both were in the old Division Three, but Walsall managed one win and three draws in that period.

WALSALL v ASTON VILLA

 

Kick-off 7.45pm -Banks’s Stadium

Villa Team Line-up

Johnstone, Bree, Samba, Terry ©, Taylor, Lansbury, Hourihane, Bjarnason, Amavi, Green, Agbonlahor.

Subs: Bunn, Chester, Hutton, Richards, Lyden, Veretout, Hogan.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Just watched the Walsall match, and what a load of rubbish, same old same old no Kodjia no goal threat, no goals no promotion. Terry, Amavi, Bree, and Chester our best players. Green no control and can’t pass ,Agbonlahor as usual headless chicken, mid field just about average. No different from last season no goal scorers and now we’re signing Elmo Cloud 9 comes to mind. And sorry to say Bruce is clueless and can’t see the problems that are right under his nose if Kodjia gets injured were stuffed and will be lucky to finish mid table again.

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