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[English] Aston Villa VS Sheffield United, a tight game

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Post time 2020-6-17 03:44:51 | Show the author posts only Reply Awards |Descending |Read mode
Aston Villa VS Sheffield United, a tight gameThe Premier League returns best free soccer prediction on Wednesday after a break of exactly 100 days due to the coronavirus pandemic, with Aston Villa and Sheffield United sharing the honour of being the first teams back in action. Villa, who were also involved in the last top-flight game before lockdown, head into their final 10 outings hoping to steer clear of the relegation zone, whereas Sheffield United have their sights set on earning European football.

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The contrasting fortunes of these two clubs in 2019-20 makes it easy to forget that they both came up from the Championship just last season. Aston Villa splashed the cash in the summer but now find themselves 19th in the table and in real danger of an immediate return to the second tier, while Sheffield United have enjoyed a dream campaign and will be relieved that they have the chance to finish it off and resume their European charge. These two teams, like every other club in the Premier League, will be forced to adapt to the new normal during the closing stages of the campaign, but Villa could potentially benefit most from the suspension of play. Dean Smith's side had suffered five defeats in a row across all competitions prior to lockdown, including a 4-0 hammering by Leicester City in the Premier League's last game on March 9. Villa will be hoping that the break has helped to stop that rot, and the positive for them is that survival is still in their own control - win this game in hand and they will climb up to 16th in the table.
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One of the major benefits to arise from the three-month break in play is a chance for players to return to injury, and Aston Villa are able to welcome John McGinn back for this match. soccer tips of the day The Scottish midfielder had been one of Villa's most important players alongside Jack Grealish before suffering a fractured ankle in December, and he now has the chance to feature during the closing stages of the season. Other long-term absentees such as Tom Heaton and Wesley remain sidelined, though, and neither are expected to return before the end of the extended season.




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