2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
3-2-7, 17th in English Premier League
Is VAR doing a better job than you think? (2:32)
10d
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12dReuters

Wolves beat Villa to move into top eight

Wolverhampton Wanderers shrugged off their midweek Europa League exertions to comfortably beat Aston Villa 2-1 in Sunday's Midlands derby.

Has Sadio Mané surpassed Mohamed Salah at Liverpool? (0:57)
20d
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20dESPN

Liverpool earn late win over Aston Villa

Liverpool avoided a first Premier League defeat of the season Saturday with a come-from-behind, 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Villa Park.

Unlikely hero sends Aston Villa to quarterfinals (0:24)
23d
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23dReuters

Villa edge Wolves to reach Carabao Cup quarters

Goals by Anwar El Ghazi and Ahmed Elmohamady saw Aston Villa edge Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 to reach the Carabao Cup quarterfinals.

Moreno understands Guardiola's pessimistic comments (0:44)
27d
Guardiola praises Sterling's ability to stay humble (0:45)
27d
Man City 'need to rebalance' after Fernandinho red (1:01)
27d
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27dESPN

Man City see off Aston Villa to go second

Three second-half goals ensured Manchester City climbed back into second in the Premier League after a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa.

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55dReuters

Burnley fight back twice to draw 2-2 at Villa

Second-half goals from Jay Rodriguez and Chris Wood helped Burnley come from behind twice in a 2-2 Premier League draw with Aston Villa on Saturday.

Laurens: Arsenal rediscovered their spirit in comeback win (0:58)
61d
Arsenal's 'grit and determination' too much for Villa (1:26)
61d
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83dReuters

Villa boss furious after late equaliser disallowed

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith criticised the failure of VAR to overturn a decision to deny his side a late equaliser in the 1-0 defeat to Palace.

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85dESPN

Wan-Bissaka, Mount named in England squad

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been included in Gareth Southgate's latest England squad, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been recalled.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-313th
Goals Scored17Tied-6th
Assists165th
Goals Conceded20Tied-16th