Monday, 13 January 2014

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The mood has certainly changed for Arsenal since that calamitous day when supporters vented their fury at Arsene Wenger and the board. The negativity has subsided and, although Theo Walcott's serious knee injury has tempered the mood, Arsenal have entered 2014 with real optimism.
The same can't be said of Aston Villa. It must feel like Groundhog Day for Paul Lambert. This time last year he was trying to overcome a shock League Cup semi-final first-leg defeat at League Two Bradford City, and once again he's licking his wounds after Sheffield United sprang a surprise by beating Villa in the FA Cup last weekend.
Lambert insists he didn't mean to demean the FA Cup, but their exit followed his remarks that the competition can be a hindrance and that "survival" was a priority.
As a result there will be extra scrutiny on Lambert to appease disgruntled and disenchanted supporters. A little bit like the supporter who ripped up his season ticket last Saturday, Lambert must do the same with the history books.
Arsenal have an excellent record at Villa Park and are unbeaten in just over 15 years since Dion Dublin snatched a late winner in December 1998.
Going into the weekend, Arsene Wenger's side also had the joint best away record this season in the top flight, along with Spurs, and will look to build on their excellent form over the festive period.
They showed at West Ham and Newcastle they have fight as well as flair, and a fifth consecutive win in all competitions will keep them as pace setters in the title race.
I wonder how many disillusioned fans would have predicted that back on 17 August?

Aston Villa haven't beaten Arsenal at home in 14 attempts since coming from two goals down to win 3-2 in December 1998 (D7, L7).
Arsenal have lost only three of their subsequent 30 league meetings with Villa, including a 3-1 home defeat on the opening day of this season.
Aston Villa have not beaten Arsenal home and away in the same season since the inaugural Premier League campaign of 1992-93.

Aston Villa
Villa ended a five-match winless run in the Premier League with their New Year's Day victory at Sunderland.
They have lost half of their last 48 league matches at Villa Park, earning just 46 points in that period (W11, D13, L24).
Villa's tally of eight points at Villa Park is their worst record after 10 home matches of a top-flight season (based on three points for a win).
Paul Lambert's side have not scored in five of their last seven Premier League home games.
Villa have only scored seven goals at home, the fewest by any team in the division.
Christian Benteke has not scored for 11 Premier League matches. It's 13 hours and 29 minutes since his last goal, against Newcastle in September.

The Gunners won the most away points (41) in the Premier League in 2013.
Their tally of 45 points after 20 matches is their highest at this stage of a season since 2007-08 (47 pts).
No team has scored the first goal in more Premier League games this season than Arsenal (15). Conversely, no side has scored the first goal on fewer occasions this season than Aston Villa (5).
Arsene Wenger's side have won just two of their last nine Premier League matches in January (W2, D2, L5). 

Competition: Premier League   
Aston Villa V Arsenal     
Date: Monday, 13 January 2014
Kickoff: 20:00 GMT
Venue: Villa Park
Live/Repeat: Live

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