Date: 2nd April 2007 at 11:12pm
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Aston Villa
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Villa Park


Attendance: 36,407

Aston VillaEverton
Gabriel Agbonlahor (83)Joleon Lescott (15)
Thomas SorensenTim Howard
Phillip BardsleyTony Hibbert
Olof Mellberg
Joseph Yobo
Gary CahillAlan Stubbs
Wilfred BoumaJoleon Lescott
Gabriel Agbonlahor
Leon Osman
Stiliyan PetrovLee Carsley
Gavin McCann
46Phil Neville
Gareth BarryMikel Arteta
John CarewAndrew Johnson
Ashley Young42James Vaughan


Patrik Berger46Jorge Nuno Valente
Steven DavisWhoate Allthepies
Stuart TaylorGary Naysmith
Aaron HughesRichard Wright
Shaun Maloney42Victor Anichebe

Game Statistics

17Goal attempts18
10On Target8
3Yellow Cards3
0Red Cards0

9 Replies to “Stats: Aston Villa v Everton 02/04/2007”

  • it was on 5 o’clock in the morn here and i had an exam today. so glad i didnt wake up to watch it, anything but a win is not worth getin up for anymore

  • greetings from Australia as well. man it is hard to deal with this, again villa too close to peril. i think we’re going to be safe, the run in looks okay, the points (7 would do fine) are there for the taking. so why not play maloney and berger, and luke moore could be a fresh approach. i’m a fan of MON but there seems to be some static in his 11 right now. peace.

  • very poor first half, and a good desperate second half! all we need now is a gd first half nd a even better second half bring on blackburn and wigan! 6 easy points(thinking)

  • Gabby did nothing all night, apart from net probably the most important goal of our season to date. Dread to think what another loss would have done to already fragile morale.

  • Was it a coincidence that we started to play well without mcCant? Berger has to start and I really do wonder about the wisdom of buying the invisible man that is Petrov.

  • One of the enemy who impressed me, and who certainly kept us on our toes, was their striker James Vaughan. A fellow Brummie too I understand. Wonder how we missed him?

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