Date: 21st April 2018 at 5:08pm
Written by:
Ipswich Town
0 – 4
Aston Villa

Portman Road


21/04/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 20034

Referee: Hooper

Ipswich Town Aston Villa
Hourihane (25), Grabban (57, 78), Lansbury (82)
Bialkowski Johnstone
Spence Elmohamady
Carter-Vickers Chester
Knudsen Jedinak
Taylor 65
Skuse Whelan
Hyam 76 Onomah
Nydam 74 Bjarnason
Kenlock Hourihane 74
Celina 56 Grealish
Waghorn Grabban 83


Connolly 74 Samba
Sears 56 Snodgrass
Crowe Lansbury 74
Gleeson Hogan 65
Carayol Bree
Folami 76 Bunn
Smith Adomah 83

Game Statistics

3 Goal attempts 21
1 On Target 6
4 Corners 8
12 Fouls 10
0 Yellow Cards 0
1 Red Cards 0
34 % 66

Aston Villa took an emphatic victory at Portman Road as we faced Ipswich Town this afternoon.

Villa opened the scoring through Conor Hourihane as he slotted home after a Lewis Grabban effort came back off the woodwork. The match became more comfortable for us shortly before the halftime break as Grant Ward saw a straight red card for a high challenge on Neil Taylor.

Against ten man Ipswich in the second half, Villa added three more strikes to improve our goal difference with Grabban helping himself to a brace and Henri Lansbury netting inside of the final ten minutes.

Too little too late for automatic promotion maybe, but a solid 4-0 victory for Play-Off purposes isn’t to be sneered at as we all know we needed to improve our form and this result makes it three wins on the spin once again. After the Norwich defeat, there’s not much more Steve Bruce and the lads could do.

Derby County next and then we close out the regular campaign with a trip to The Den and Millwall.

Then the Play-Offs!


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