Friday, 17 January 2014

Liverpool V Aston Villa live Stream Premier League- Preview 18th Jan 2014

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Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert could give debuts to new loan signings Grant Holt and Ryan Bertrand.
Defender Nathan Baker will not feature after suffering concussion against Arsenal on Monday.
Brendan Rodgers seems to have caused a stir with comments this week that he "will never give up the fight" for the Premier League title.
With his team sitting in the fourth place that is their first aim, only six points off the top, and without the extra European missions of those above them - I'd have thought there'd have been a bigger story if the manager of Liverpool HAD dismissed the prospect of aiming higher. After a 100% start to 2014 you can forgive Rodgers for feeling bullish, especially now that the Suarez-Sturridge partnership is together for the first time since November.
If the goals stop flying in for Luis Suarez (a huge IF the way he's going!) then Daniel Sturridge is back to resume bagging his fair share.
The only problem with Rodgers' confident claims might be in the timing ahead of this fixture.
It's only coincidence of course, but in the days leading up to Villa's visit to Anfield last season, Rodgers had again spoken of his ambitions to "grow higher" than a top-four finish. Then, as now, Liverpool went into the game having won three games in a row (two in the league).
Villa had only won one of their previous six league matches, but triumphed 3-1 to give first notice that Paul Lambert's plans to build a new team based on youth might work.
Thirteen months on and with current form of one win from seven games, I think it's fair to say that it's not worked as well or as quickly as hoped.
The signing of Grant Holt on loan from Wigan this week might not have excited many Villa fans, but the experience and strength he'll bring can't hurt.
The flags will be out, with Liverpool's principal owner John W Henry reported to be attending a match at Anfield for the first time since appointing Rodgers. Yes, I had to read that a few times too.

The home side has not won any of the last five fixtures between these clubs.
Aston Villa have lost just one of their last four matches at Anfield.
This is the 186th meeting between the sides. Liverpool have won 91, Aston Villa 55 and there have been 39 draws.

Liverpool have scored 51 goals in the Premier League this season, four more than they managed in 2011-12. This equals their top-flight record after 21 matches, which they set in 1987-88 - when they won the league.
The Reds have scored four or more goals in six Premier League matches this season, a total matched only by Manchester City.
Luis Suarez's tally of 22 league goals (in 16 games) is unsurpassed by nine Premier League clubs this season.
His goals account for 43% of Liverpool's league total this season.
No team has conceded fewer home goals (six) than Liverpool this season in the Premier League (level with Man City and Arsenal).
Steven Gerrard has scored 11 Premier League goals against Aston Villa, more than against any other side. He scored in both league matches last season.

Aston Villa
Villa have won almost double the number of points away from home (15) than at Villa Park (eight).
Christian Benteke scored three goals against Liverpool in the Premier League last season, more than any other player managed against the Reds.
Benteke's goal against Arsenal on Monday was his first for 14 hours and 45 minutes. Nonetheless, his record of five league goals in his first 16 appearances this season is identical to the 2012-13 campaign, in which he went on to score another 14 goals in 18 matches.

Competition: Premier League       
Match:  Liverpool V Aston Villa               
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2014
Kickoff: 17:30 GMT
Venue: Anfield   
Live/Repeat: Live

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