Aston Villa – Preston Live In-Play – Aston Villa’s seven-game winning streak came to a sudden end on Saturday afternoon as the Villains were discharged by a Fulham side who’ve won seven home games on the bounce. The hosts currently sit in third place, two points behind Cardiff, heading into Tuesday night’s match.
Preston left the sides at the play-off regions sit up and take note once more on Saturday as they held uncontrolled league leaders Wolves into a 1-1 home draw. Unbeaten in six league matches, the Lilywhites could go to the top six if results go their way on Tuesday night.
The people could argue they would have come away with three points on Saturday when it were not for a naturally red card in John Welsh and Alex Neil’s side will want to make a similar mad here.
Aston Villa Live In-Play
Lewis Grabban’s wait for his first start since a Villa player will come to a conclusion here, together with Steve Bruce place set to rotate his side after Saturday’s disappointing 2-0 defeat away at Craven Cottage. Josh Onomah showcased off the seat on the weekend and may be handed a beginning here, with Ahmed Elmohamady falling in right-back and Birkir Bjarnason moving out broad. Midfield duo Jack Grealish and Albert Adomah are equally doubts after missing the trip to Fulham, while Jonathan Kodjia, Chris Samba and Jed Steer are long-term absentees.
Preston Live In-Play
Preston will possess Greg Cunningham and Ben Pearson straight back from suspension because they visit Villa Park, together with the latter in line to replace John Welsh from midfield, who watched crimson against Wolves on Saturday afternoon. Defender Tom Clarke has a knock and is doubtful for this particular battle, while Paul Gallagher missed the 1-1 draw with Wolves because of a hamstring injury and is doubtful here.