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Premier League: Manchester United Vs Aston Villa - Betting Tip

premier leagueThe Red Devils' 12-game unbeaten league run came to a halt in midweek and they will be aiming to get their title push back on track by beating Alex McLeish’s side

Manchester United v Aston Villa
Old Trafford
Kick-off: 20.00 BST.
TV: Live Sky Sports 1.

Manchester United (Possible, 4-2-3-1): De Gea; Rafael, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra; Carrick, Jones; Kagawa, Rooney, 
Wellbeck; Van Persie.
Out: Fletcher (illness), W Keane (knee), Scholes (knee), Young (ankle).

Aston Villa (Possible, 4-2-3-1): Guzan; Lowton, Vlaar, Baker, Bennett; Westwood, Delph; Agbonlahor, Weimann, Bowery; Benteke. 
Out: Albrighton, Gardner (both match fitness), Dunne (groin), Herd (foot).

Test: Agbonlahor (groin).

Referee: Anthony Taylor. Matches: 21, R6 Y50.

Team News
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert hopes to have in-form forward Gabriel Agbonlahor available for Monday's trip to face Manchester United.
The striker missed last week's draw with Fulham having suffered a groin injury in Villa's win at Stoke. However, he is back in training and should be in contention to feature at Old Trafford.
Young midfielder Gary Gardner is back in training after missing most of the season with knee ligament damage but is some way short of a return, while Chris Herd, Marc Albrighton and Richard Dunne are still out.

Ashley Young will miss Manchester United's Premier League encounter with former club Aston Villa on Monday after being ruled out for the remainder of the campaign with an ankle injury.
Paul Scholes is also out, although Sir Alex Ferguson reports no fresh injury concerns after Wednesday's bruising encounter at West Ham.
Should Manchester City lose at Tottenham on Sunday, victory would give United a record 20th title.

Match Notes
Until Aston Villa claimed a 3-1 victory at Stoke recently, this Old Trafford fixture appeared nothing more than a routine home win for United on the way to the title.
But Villa's revival in their battle against relegation has coincided with United suffering a wobble and Monday's fixture may not be quite so straightforward, particularly if Christian Benteke is fit to torment United's back line.

Betting: Home 1.25 Away 7.20 Draw 15.0

Stat of the game: Villa have gone 17 games without keeping a clean sheet, the longest current run in the 

Premier League.

Tip: 1 & Over 2.5
Stake: 9/10
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