A Villa vs West Ham
8:00pm Monday 16th September
Team information, key stats and predictions before Aston Villa vs West Ham from the Premier League.
Joanthan Kodjia is out for Aston Villa also will spend around three months after undergoing surgery.
James Chester and also Matt Targett are back in training with Marvelous Nakamba – who’d collided in training with Kodjia – available and fit after their accidents.
West Ham have two gamers – Winston Reid and Michail Antonio. Antonio has had surgery to a hamstring injury that he sustained which might find him sidelined until the new year. Reid also remains out of action with a knee injury that is significant.
Aston Villa vs West Ham is dwell on Monday Night Football with Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher in the studio in 7pm 8pm. Clips can be watched by sky Sports customers in the game blog on the Sky Sports website and program. Highlights will be printed on the Sky Sports electronic programs along with the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel soon.
Charlie Nicholas’ prediction: This is a return set of fixtures. Manuel Pellegrini is a wise guy, and he likes to get a balance. Jack Wilshere and Mark Noble will probably soon be back . Since is your predictability with West Ham, people are far too enthusiastic about Declan Rice, with lots of errors along with clumsiness there. They do seem to have discovered a man with targets from Sebastian Haller, that poses a physical presence.
Aston Villa have improved, but they want Jack Grealish to perform 10-15 yards higher up the pitch, if they are playing in your home, I continue saying it. You need it or on the line although he is a pass master. The combination of John McGinn and him is tough for everyone to control. I enjoy Wesley up front and I enjoy what Villa have at the moment.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Two popular picks in Sky Sports Fantasy Football will encounter in this one. Frederic Guilbert (#4.5m) from Sebastian Haller (#8.2m). Who will come out on top in this fixture? Play Fantasy Football here.
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