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Newcastle vs Aston Villa preview

Sunday 2nd September 2012

Barclays Premier League

Newcastle vs Aston Villa

16:00 GMT


Newcastle are expected to recall a host of first-team players after their Europa League win over Atromitos. Left-back Ryan Taylor is out after picking up a knee ligament injury against the Greek side.Aston Villa could hand a debut to left-back Joe Bennett following his switch from Middlesbrough.Fellow new recruit Jordan Bowery may also be involved, while defender Ciaran Clark returns having served his one-match ban in the League Cup.


Of all the teams in the Premier League, Newcastle United’s expectations seem the most difficult to assess. Any side who finished fifth the previous season must possess the credentials necessary to mount an assault on a top-four finish, yet it’s also worth remembering they were a Championship club only two years ago.


They have emerged from a testing double header against Spurs and Chelsea with a win and a defeat either side of a tricky European assignment.Though beaten at Stamford Bridge last weekend they’ve already demonstrated that they’ve managed to maintain that level of confidence which earned them their highest top-flight finish in eight years. How they cope with the regular Thursday/Sunday rotation of the Europa League group stages will be their next challenge.That said, it’s all a marked contrast to the current plight of Aston Villa, who will arrive on Sunday at the foot of the early-season table and without a victory in their last 12 Premier League games. They’ve accumulated just 15 points from their 21 matches in 2012.They did at least recapture that winning feeling in midweek courtesy of Capital One Cup success over League One Tranmere. Perhaps most significantly it also included a goal for Darren Bent for the first time since his injury problems began in February. For a side who’ve mustered just nine goals in their last 16 games, Villa desperately need him back at his prolific best.



The home side are unbeaten in the last 10 Premier League fixtures between these two clubs.
Newcastle are on a six-match unbeaten run at home to Villa, who last won on Tyneside in 2005.
Villa have conceded 10 goals and scored only once on their last three visits.


The Magpies have won five of their last six home league games.
Newcastle are looking to win their first two home matches of the season for the first time since 2000.
Papiss Cisse scored his first ever Premier League goal in February’s 2-1 home win against Villa. Only Wayne Rooney (14) has since scored more goals in the division than Cisse (13).
Newcastle are two goals away from becoming the sixth club to score 1,000 Premier League goals.

Aston Villa

Villa have only ever lost their two opening matches of a Premier League season twice before, during the 1997-98 and 2002-03 campaigns. Their top-flight club record of successive defeats at the start of a season was four in 1997-98.
They are on a three-match losing streak. They last lost four in a row between March and April 2009 – under Martin O’Neill.
Villa have failed to win their last 12 Premier League matches. If they fail to win in Tyneside they will set a new unwanted top-flight club record.
The Villans have not scored more than once in their last 10 league matches. It’s their longest run without netting at least twice in a match since 1999.

Added by Lovi May on September 2, 2012

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