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Mings Won’t Be Merciless For At Least 3 Weeks After Injury Blow


With Aston Villa fans knowing that England centre-half Tyrone Mings had suffered a hamstring problem in the Premier League defeat to Leicester City, it was simply a case of waiting to see how his scan on Monday evening went so we could determine the severity of the problem.

Late on Tuesday night the likes of the Daily Mail were beginning to report that although he was now set for a spell on the sidelines, that would keep him out until the New Year, the injury could’ve been far worse.

It’s expected that our 26-year-old vice-skipper will now be out for at least three weeks, so the presumption is he’ll miss the Sheffield United, Southampton, Norwich City and Watford clashes and obviously the EFL Cup quarter-final against Liverpool.

With plenty of fans pointing to a slight loss of form for the former Bournemouth man, many were prepared to put that down to game time given his more recent international involvement, so although the injury isn’t ideal – at least he has chance to recharge a bit now and get back to his best and naturally, it becomes an opportunity for someone else.

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