The Villans are coming off the back of an impressive 4-1 win against Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday and Steve Bruce will be looking for his side to continue with their winning form.
Villa would like to be able to afford that, but must achieve promotion to England's top flight to be able to, and they now sit third in the table, four points off the automatic promotion spots. He is first-choice goalkeeper and will be guaranteed that, but if a Premier League opportunity arises, and Villa are not promoted, he may instead be keen to take up such a chance.
The Second City club now occupy third in the Championship, just four points behind the automatic promotion spots.
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The players asked the woman for her name - she refused to identify herself - instead, babbling and cussing away. There's a lot of cross-talk, but it's clear the players are more bemused by the ranting woman than bothered.
Bruce's men sit in third position in the Championship table, just four points adrift of second placed Cardiff City, with 10 games still to play. But after a 2-0 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest, Wolves have gone through a minor blip.
In a fascinating local derby of contrasting styles, which was sealed by a fourth goal from Birkir Bjarnason, it was undoubtedly the finishing power of Villa which was the deciding factor as the Birmingham club inflicted Wolves' heaviest defeat of the season.
Influential midfielder Rúben Neves will be welcomed back by the travelling side.
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The woman has pressed charges on him and filed a complaint with the Versova Police Station. He was later granted bail for Rs 10,000 personal bond.
Considering Wolves [2.50] have only triumphed in four of their past nine, as well as three of their previous seven games as guests, there might be mileage in supporting Villa in the Draw No Bet market at [2.26]. Considering the high-stakes nature of the encounter, plus the local rivalry, it's hard to imagine anything other than a tight battle.
Speaking on Channel 5's Championship highlights show, he said: "I've got to back them (Wolves), I still think they've got enough quality to go on and win the Championship".
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Nathan Lyon was then charged for appearing to drop the ball deliberately close to AB de Villiers after a run-out. He represented South Africa at schoolboy level and at under-19, and won the under-19 World Cup in 2014.