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Stadium of Light (ATT 41,515) 3rd November 2012 - Kick off 15:00 Ref: M Jones

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Martin O'Neill locks horns with former player Paul Lambert at the Stadium of Light

Martin O'Neill locks horns with former player Paul Lambert at the Stadium of Light

Paul Lambert takes on mentor Martin O'Neill as Aston Villa travel to Sunderland this weekend.

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Villa make the trip to Wearside hovering just above the drop zone, two points clear of the bottom three.

Both sides go into the game after mixed fortunes in midweek with Villa reaching the last eight of the Capital One Cup with victory at Swindon, while Sunderland were dumped out by Middlesbrough.

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Sunderland find themselves struggling down in 14th spot in the table having picked up nine points from their opening eight matches.

Both games last season were drawn, while Villa have not beaten Sunderland in their last five games.

Previous game's starting line-ups

3-5-2
  • Mannone 25 Mannone
  • Vergini 27 Vergini
  • O'Shea 16 O'Shea
  • Coates 22 Coates
  • Jones 2 Jones

  • Larsson 7 Larsson
  • Bridcutt 4 Bridcutt
  • Rodwell 8 Rodwell
  • van Aanholt 3 van Aanholt
  • Fletcher 9 Fletcher

  • Defoe 28 Defoe

Team taken from Sunderland vs Fulham (The FA Cup) on Saturday 24th January 2015

4-3-3
  • Given 31 Given
  • Hutton 21 Hutton
  • Okore 5 Okore
  • Clark 6 Clark
  • Richardson 18 Richardson
  • Bacuna 7 Bacuna

  • Carles Gil 25 Carles Gil

  • Sanchez 24 Sanchez
  • Cleverley 8 Cleverley
  • Benteke 20 Benteke
  • Weimann 10 Weimann

Team taken from Aston Villa vs Bournemouth (The FA Cup) on Sunday 25th January 2015


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11 Newcastle United 22 27
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14 West Bromwich Albion 22 22
15 Aston Villa 22 22
16 Sunderland 22 20
17 Burnley 22 20
18 Hull City 22 19
19 Queens Park Rangers 22 19
20 Leicester City 22 17

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