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Aston Villa vs West Ham Of England – Premier League


Aston Villa vs West Ham
England – Premier League
Date: Monday, 16 September 2019
Kick-off at 20:00 UK / 21:00 CET
Venue: Villa Park (Birmingham).

Aston Villa missed outdoors concerning the chance in accordance with document again in conformity with lower back wins earlier than the global break afterwards Crystal Palace did simply sufficient to impervious a 1-0 beat above the hosts at the remaining blast about the whistle. The squad’s solely take between the recent marketing campaign got here between theirs preceding clash at domestic though, including the newly-promoted aspect slotting twins unanswered goals previous the Toffees.
Apart beside a disastrous opening age abortion at the palms on the reigning champions, West Ham hold been displaying word among every of theirs current clashes then intention lie making the trip in imitation of Villa Park concerning the again of a three-match triumphing streak across quite a number competitions.
The Hammers drawn off a relaxed 2-0 of atop Norwich among theirs last clash at domestic whilst of the avenue they took under Watford with a 3-1 scoreline.
With the home group in the meantime dropping ternary concerning theirs preceding 4 games of the Premier League, Dean Smith’s guys desire hold according to put duck however theirs auspicious bottom leading it hebdomad as much West Ham are concerning a entirely faithful shape at the moment.

Team news

Aston Villa
Trezeguet is suspended and Jonathan Kodjia (fractured cheekbone) is out. James Chester and Matt Targett are doubts with hamstring injuries.

West Ham
Winston Reid (knee) and Michail Antonio (hamstring) are sidelined.

Match preview

Aston Villa and West Ham meet again three years after their last top-flight fixture and the return of the Premier League’s original clash of clarets promises to be a spectacle under the Villa Park lights.

The Midlands outfit’s sole league win this term came on home soil but the 2-0 scoreline against Everton fails to tell the full story.

Dean Smith’s side had just a single-goal lead for most of the game, with Anwar El Ghazi’s decisive strike coming in added time, and they were outplayed by the Toffees for long periods.

Everton won the shot count 12-7, mustered 65 per cent possession and ultimately lacked the attacking utensils to capitalise. West Ham should have no such problems.

Since their 5-0 thumping by Manchester City on the opening day, the Hammers have won three of their last four assignments in all competitions, netting eight goals.

That run featured a draw away to Brighton, where they were without key marksman Sebastien Haller and influential winger Felipe Anderson, as well as wins over Watford and Norwich City.