To be played on Saturday 4th April 2015 at 15:00. Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Odds: Man Utd 1/3, Draw 9/2, Aston Villa 12/1
Manchester United will be the favourites and they will be confident heading into their game against Aston Villa this weekend.
United have been on a good run and Louis van Gaal has had plenty of time to savour the feeling created by beating Liverpool away from home and he’ll be keen for the side to carry on the momentum they have created.
United currently hold one of the Champions League places and should be determined to defend their current position over the rest of the season, with the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur chasing them.
Villa also have momentum heading into this game, but they have problems at the back of the team in terms of injuries.
Tim Sherwood will stress a positive message ahead of the game and whoever plays, Villa need to give everything because they are going to be under pressure for most of the match, as United have several players who can control possession.
Any form of result improves Villa’s chances of staying up and they have to give themselves the best possible chance of that happening.
- David de Gea
- Phil Jones
- Marcos Rojo
- Antonio Valencia
- Daley Blind
- Michael Carrick
- Marouane Fellaini
- Ander Herrera
- Juan Mata
- Ashley Young
- Wayne Rooney
- Brad Guzan
- Leandro Bacuna
- Ciaran Clark
- Alan Hutton
- Jores Okore
- Fabian Delph
- Charles N'Zogbia
- Scott Sinclair
- Carlos Sánchez
- Gabriel Agbonlahor
- Christian Benteke
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