The English Club Aston Villa struggled with team injuries, following their match against another English club Everton. Aston Villa Football Club is an International English football club from Aston, Birmingham, England. Founded in 1874, Aston Villa is one of the senior and most victorious clubs in England. Another English professional football club is Everton based in Liverpool. Formed in 1878, Everton too was one of the founder members of the English Premier League in 1888. Above all this weekend, Steven Gerrard’s side Aston Villa welcomes Frank Lampard’s side, Everton, at Villa’s Park.
Do you think Aston Villa will beat Everton, even after team injury?
Both Everton and Aston Villa finished in the second half of the Premier League table. Aston Villa at 14th and Everton at 16th. Steven Gerrard’s side Aston Villa kicked off this season with a defeat at Vitality Stadium. When newly promoted AFC Bournemouth crushed Aston Villa in a 2-0 beating. Whereas, Everton too began their season with a struggling 1-0 victory at Goodison Park when they welcomed one of the London giants, Chelsea. Both the teams are seeking their first victory in the Premier League this season, as the match-up against each other this weekend. But things are not looking much helpful for Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa. As Tyrone Mings and Kortney Hause, both are out of the Aston Villa squad due to injuries. Where Tyrone Mings injury report shows bruising on his groin and ankle injury. Whereas, Kortney Hause went through a knee operation during the summer.
Both the player will soon make a comeback to Aston Villa’s side. When the former Liverpool Captain, Steven Gerrard wants to step on the accelerator.
Gerrard will likely welcome Everton with his 4-2-3-1 formation. allowing his front four to devastate Everton’s defence. Furthermore, John McGinn and Boubacar Kamara took the responsibility for the midfield. Diego Carlos will likely partner with Ezri Konsa in the central defence. As the Villans, fans all around the world are waiting for the Villa’s first victory.
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