Date: 26th December 2017 at 10:21pm
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Aston Villa

Griffin Park



Attendance: 11,341

Referee: Stroud

Brentford Aston Villa
Sawyers (22), Vibe (52) Onomah (30)
Bentley Johnstone
Yennaris Hutton
Mepham Elphick
Bjelland Chester
Woods Snodgrass
69 Whelan 67
Jozefzoon Jedinak
Sawyers Adomah 18
Canos Grealish
Vibe 82 Hogan


MacLeod De Laet
Maupay 82 Steer
Mokotjo 69 Hourihane
Judge Onomah 18
Daniels Bjarnason
Chatzitheodoridis Elmohamady 85
Bech Sorensen Davis 67

Game Statistics

17 Goal attempts 9
5 On Target 5
10 Corners 5
11 Fouls 11
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
53 % 47

14 Replies to “Stats: Brentford v Aston Villa”

  • In 30 away games under Bruce, Villa have won just twice against teams above 18th. One squeezed win against Reading last season, and a deserved win against Preston’s injury stricken defence. This season we have taken 2 points out of 18 against the curre

  • See anything new in this performance? Thought not , Bruce will now rush Terry back , look at our signings under Bruce are we going to trust him again. The best squad in the championship yet Bruce and his coaches can’t do anything with them. You may blame

  • I dread to think who he is going to bring in next month if his past purchases are anything to go by.Sorry to say,but we have got yet another poor manager who has run out of ideas, if he ever had any in the first place.

  • Doing the same things over and over again and expecting a different result. This is woeful, and very sad.

  • When will fans twig that Dr. X does not possess a receptacle to pass water in and we are now firmly trapped between a rock and a hard place. My only input is to suggest getting rid of Bruce and giving the poisoned chalice to JT. But that will cost million

  • So disappointing last night. Terrible and shaky in defence, slow and static going forward. Coaching team of Bruce, Clemence, Calderwood and now Agnew are seemingly unable to get the team playing as well as other teams with fewer resources than us. It feel

  • Yet again another below par performance. It’s becoming more of a trend than the occasional blip. Bruce is not the man to take us forward. Personally I’d do a Boro and get rid now whilst we still have a chance of getting top 6. Fed up of watching utter cra

  • Dr Tony has a pot but FFP is holding him back.
    No point in spending money on experienced players if they keep f@#$€£% up. The biggest problem is a coach who puts square pegs in round holes, and players who are stifled by a system that doesn’t work. No c

  • I’ve backed Bruce from the start, but if he wants to save his job he’s going to need to do something completely different for Boro away. Needs to chuck a couple of the youngsters in (hopefully O’Hare being one) as the current lot just seem to be strolling

  • The only game I’ve seen hogan play really well was in the EFL cup and played with CO’H. It’s poo or bust time now lads and lasses.

    Prove me wrong mr Bruce, please!

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