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West Ham vs Aston Villa
West Ham United managed to walk away from the road leg against Aston Villa with a draw. They will face off against one another at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday at Olympic Stadium. If the 0-0 final from the last time they met is any indication, this contest could be decided by whoever gets on the board.
On Wednesday, the Irons and Manchester United ended up with a point apiece after a 1-1 draw.
Speaking of close games: Villa won by a goal, slipping past Arsenal 1-0.
Villa is in danger of relegation and need to secure a win here; we’ll see if they are able to do so.
How To Watch
Who: West Ham United vs. Aston Villa
When: Sunday at 11 a.m. ET
Where: Olympic Stadium
TV: NBC Sports Network
Online streaming: Catch select Premier League matches on fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Dean Smith’s side beat Arsenal last time out to drag themselves out of the relegation zone, on goal difference, with one game to go but they know they have to better the result achieved by Watford and Bournemouth to stay up. Jack Grealish will have to inspire Villa to record a third win in their last four games of the season to secure their Premier League status.
If Villa win and Watford win at Arsenal on the final day, it will go down to goal difference and Villa have the edge. By one goal. This will be tense.
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West Ham and David Moyes are safe from relegation after an impressed draw at Manchester United and the Hammers have been dangerous since the break with Michail Antonio a threat and Thomas Soucek dominant.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of West Ham – Aston Villa.
West Ham will look to get promising young right back Ben Johnson more minutes, while Moyes will likely go with his strongest possible lineup to finish the season with a win.
Aston Villa lost Ahmed Elmohamady early on against Arsenal to a hamstring injury but Frederic Guilbert came on and did really well to replace him at right back. Wesley and Tom Heaton remain Villa’s long-term absentees.
What they’re saying
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 16: Angelo Ogbonna of West Ham United and Keinan Davis of Aston Villa in action during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and West Ham United at Villa Park on September 16, 2019 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. (Photo by Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images)
With Aston Villa fighting relegation and West Ham now definitely safe. I spoke to journalist Luke Hatfield of the Express and Star (twitter: @LHatfield_Star) to get the inside track on the Villians.
1. What are your thoughts on Aston Villa this season?
It’s certainly been an interesting season at Villa Park.
Having secured promotion with a historic winning run vaulting Dean Smith’s side into the play-offs and then enjoying the occasion of a winning Wembley trip – spirits were incredibly high heading into the top flight for fans.
Those spirits were boosted further by the money spent, although the season has definitely been a tricky one to negotiate.
Villa has survival in their hands though, and whilst the season has certainly been stressful, it’s also been very entertaining for the neutral. Fans and staff alike will hope that should they stay up, that it won’t be quite as worrying next season.