Jack Grealish shared a picture of him in training ahead of the playoff final on Saturday. The playmaker is in line to start against Fulham and looks to be raring to go.
In his tweet, his picture was tagged with just one word “Preparation:”
Preparation. ???????? pic.twitter.com/WrugieNdpY
— Jack Grealish (@JackGrealish1) May 21, 2018
On Twitter, fans were queuing up to wish our no.10 good luck for the season-defining game at the weekend:
Come on jack. Steer our ship and get us back up where we belong. UTV
— David Buckle (@DavidBuckle69) 21 May 2018
Let’s turn up this time not like the FA cup we have the TEAM to do this ????????
— Elaine Hunt (@Elaine1187) 22 May 2018
Good luck Jack we can do it
— david clarke (@Daveofavfc) 21 May 2018
All the faith in the world in you and the lads jack get us back were we belong #AVFC
— Drew Walsh (@Jamescostigan12) 21 May 2018
The very best of luck. Come on the Villa ! Come on Mr Grealish
— andrew jones (@andycomedyjones) 21 May 2018
Play with passion, pride and desire. Enjoy playing the match and we will be behind you
— Tom Rudge (@thomasrudge) 22 May 2018
This is your time 2 shine.. good luck saturday get us back 2 where belong ⚽️⚽️ utv ????????
— Simon Charlesworth (@charlievilla72) 22 May 2018
Come on Jack, show everyone what qualities you have. Show Cairney a real number 10!
— Finley Chalmers (@finley_chalmers) 21 May 2018
We have faith in you and the lads
— June Mynard (@kelwell16) 21 May 2018
Blood, sweat and tears of Joy give it all Jack we can do this! UTV!
— Mark Healing (@mark_healing) 21 May 2018
You preform like you have all season jack and we will be in the driving seat
— The number 78???????????????? (@TheNumber78_) 21 May 2018
It’s stating the obvious that Jack is crucial to our chances at Wembley. Our opponents may have a lot of possession of the ball but our midfield will have a vital role in breaking up attacks and playing on the counter.
The 22-year-old’s ability to turn on the ball, and run from deep at opposition defences could prove pivotal in getting the win. With hard working players doing the dirty work around him, the onus will be on him to create chances and make runs to open up Fulham’s defence.