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Aston Villa V Man Utd live Stream Premier League– Preview 15th Dec 2013

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Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph serves a one-match ban for accumulating five bookings this season.
Ron Vlaar is likely to miss out again with a calf injury, but Libor Kozak and Antonio Luna could be fit to return.
Victory over Shakhtar Donetsk was neither particularly convincing nor particularly comforting for the Red Devils, so the warm glow of contentment that usually embraces a Manchester United team as their bus is driven through the ornate gates of Villa Park will be more than welcome.
Yes, West Brom, Everton and Newcastle have all ended long sequences without success at Old Trafford this season, but Aston Villa's home record against Manchester United is surely one of the most miserable, barren, fruitless, fallow and literally almost pointless sequences in football. Villa's last home win over United came a little over 14 years ago in a League Cup tie, their last league win was more than 18 years ago, after which Alan Hansen proclaimed that United would "win nothing with kids."
That's so long ago that those United kids of 1995 could now represent the Salford Dad's Club; with creaky knees, grey hair and mostly retired, but still having to argue with their cantankerous old Irish pal over who did what and when back in the day. As Morrissey nearly said: "There is a fight that never goes out."
At least Villa did make a better job of it last season, taking a 2-0 lead before succumbing to the inevitable.
Paul Lambert's side were quietly putting together a handy little run before last Sunday's loss at Fulham, which was their first defeat in six, and they have managed consecutive clean sheets at Villa Park for the first time in 12 months.
Scoring goals continues to be a problem and it goes without saying that Christian Benteke's second season is proving to be a major disappointment so far.
The Belgian has gone more than 10 and a half hours without a goal, but is still Villa's top scorer with four. That alone speaks volumes.

Aston Villa's only win in their last 35 league games against Manchester United came courtesy of Gabby Agbonlahor's headed goal at Old Trafford in December 2009.
In all competitions, United have lost just one of the last 33 meetings (W27, D5, L1) since a 3-0 League Cup away defeat in October 1999.
United's last Premier League defeat at Villa Park came on the opening day of the 1995-96 season. They are unbeaten in 17 subsequent visits (W11, D6).

Aston Villa
Defeat by Fulham last Sunday ended a run of five unbeaten games for Villa.
They have only won 11 of their last 45 Premier League matches at Villa Park, averaging exactly a point per game during that period.
Paul Lambert has won more away league games (eight) as manager of Aston Villa than he has at home (seven).
The Villans have failed to score in six of their last nine league fixtures.
Christian Benteke has now gone 10 hours and 40 minutes without scoring a Premier League goal.

Manchester United
United have already lost as many Premier League games as they did in the whole of last season (5).
They are the first reigning champions to lose five of their first 15 matches since they did so in 2001-02.
The last team to win the title after losing five of their opening 15 games was Manchester City in 1967-68.
The Red Devils have not lost three league games in a row since November-December 2001.
Manchester United's tally of 22 points is their lowest after 15 games since that season. They ended the campaign in third place.
They are attempting to avoid going three successive league games without a goal for the first time since May-August 2007. They last suffered that fate within a single season in April 2005.
Wayne Rooney, who has 149 Premier League goals for United, has been directly involved in 59% of their league goals this season - scoring eight and assisting five. He has scored 10 times against Villa in the league for Everton and United. 

Competition: Premier League
Match: Aston Villa V Man Utd   
Date: Sunday 15th December 2013
Kickoff: 13:30 GMT
Venue: Villa Park 
Live/Repeat: Live

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