Date: 21st November 2017 at 9:57pm
Written by:
Aston Villa
2 – 1

Villa Park



Attendance: 27,662

Referee: Martin

Aston Villa Sunderland
Adomah (10), Onomah (49) Grabban (72)
Johnstone Ruiter
Hutton Matthews
Chester O'Shea
Samba Browning
Taylor Oviedo
Snodgrass Gibson 86
Whelan 63 Honeyman
Hourihane McManaman 73
Adomah 87 Gooch 63
Onomah McGeady
Davis 75 Grabban


de Laet Steele
Lansbury Vaughan 63
Grealish 75 Galloway
Steer Love
Jedinak 63 Robson 86
Bjarnason Asoro 73
Elmohamady 87 Beadling

Game Statistics

8 Goal attempts 5
5 On Target 2
2 Corners 2
11 Fouls 11
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
43 % 57

16 Replies to “Stats: Aston Villa v Sunderland”

  • Just need to keep winning, no let up. Need to go on a long run encompassing a Christmas and New Year run undefeated

  • Woeful game, you’d have to go a fair way to find worse really.

    Not sure I over care to be fair, 3 points and 4th.

    Said not long back (on tv actually ) that I have a feeling we might just plod our way back to the Prem.

    Few shocking performance

  • Best squad in the championship, we should be min 4th, this is a sign of on par performance with respect to our squad quality . Sign of a good manager is when the overall product produced by the team is greater than the sum of its parts and in that regard

  • Hope Grealish and O Hare get more chances with Kodja out long term. Not confident we will get better than promoting from within. And if necessary, prefer Samba up front in emergency to a certain somebody.

  • Do we need the pressure of a better opposition to make us play? Who knows. At the moment I don’t care too much. Agree that it was a very poor game – but we won! Players were statuesque at times. Grealish looked lively when he came on and even tried a hea

  • Not the greatest performance, we struggled to string 3 passes together most of the game – but winning is all that bothers me while we are stuck in this horrible division. I too thought Bruce may make a couple of changes after Saturday to keep the team fre

  • Great 3 points. Those are the types of games we’d have lost over the past 6-7 years. We had a great habit of doing teams a favour when they were on a bad run. Throw into the mix the new manager bounce and 3 points was most welcome.

  • I get the three points thing (and it keeps us in the hunt) but is anyone really enjoying this football?
    We were playing a desperate team down in their luck and they still had more possession and had us hanging on at the end (not for the first time). Pla

  • It’s not enjoyable when like that, agreed. I guess Bruce could rightly argue although he’d like to entertain its promotion that is his key job. Think hull were like this when he took them up?

  • 3 points and 4th stop complaining. Promotion is our only goal Dr x needs to gamble on buying a quality striker. Huge mistake not buying Gayle in summer.

  • Points and promotion is all I care about, to be honest, then we can see if Xia is as good as his word. Bruce is not the right man for the Prem, sorry Steve. I saw us get promoted in the 70s under Crowe and Saunders and the football, thanks to Rioch, Littl

  • My God! I’m glad some of the posters on here are not managing the team. We’d play the most open attacking football in England. Unfortunately we would be playing it in the seventh division of the Coronation Sunday League (Monday Division). IBWT

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