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Aston Villa v Sheff Utd FA Cup Villa Park 4 Janember 2014 – Kickoff time 15:00 GMT

 Aston Villa's peripheral strike duo Nicklas Helenius and Jordan Bowery could start on Saturday.

Captain Ron Vlaar (calf) will not feature and is likely to be replaced by Ciaran Clark.

Sheffield United trio Jose Baxter, Chris Porter and Stephen McGinn (all ankle) should be fit to feature.

If Baxter or Porter fail to prove their fitness, Shaun Miller could deputise in midfield, while a host of players could come in for McGinn.

Provisional Aston Villa squad: Guzan, Steer, Baker, Lowton, Luna, Bacuna, Donacien, Clark, El Ahmadi, Albrighton, Westwood, Sylla, Tonev, Delph, Gardner, Helenius, Weimann, Benteke, Bowery, Agbonlahor.

The 22-year-old has been a fringe player for Paul Lambert's side so far this campaign, but could find himself in the starting line-up because of striker Libor Kozak's long-term injury.

Fellow forward Jordan Bowery could also get a nod in attack ahead of Christian Benteke, who has just returned from a knee problem.

However, Villa captain Ron Vlaar will miss out after suffering a recurrence of his calf problem and will be replaced in the team by Ciaran Clark.

Meanwhile, United manager Nigel Clough could have to make do without the services of Jose Baxter and Stephen McGinn.

Both the striker and the midfielder picked up ankle injuries during the Blades' 2-1 defeat at Walsall in League One on New Year's Day and had to be substituted in the second half of that contest.

Jamie Murphy and Shaun Miller will be given the nod ahead of the duo, while midfielder Conor Coady will play his last match for the club before returning to his parent club Liverpool.Aston Villa's quest to end a 57-year drought without FA Cup success starts with a tricky third-round encounter against Sheffield United.

Only three teams can boast more FA Cup triumphs than Villa's haul of seven, but you have to go back as far as 1957 for the last time the club lifted the iconic trophy with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United.

The Midlands outfit did reach the final in 2000 under the management of John Gregory, but fell to a 1-0 defeat versus Chelsea courtesy of Roberto Di Matteo's second-half strike.

Manager Paul Lambert is charged with the task of bringing cup glory back to Villa, and the Scot will be hopeful of doing better than last year's effort when the side fell to a disappointing 2-1 defeat at Millwall in the fourth round.

Villa head into Saturday's encounter with the League One outfit on the back of a 1-0 success at Sunderland in Premier League, as Gabriel Agbonlahor's effort ended a frustrating run of five top-flight matches without a win.

The match against Gus Poyet's outfit saw a return for striker Christian Benteke following a three-match absence with a knee injury.

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