Aston Villa play host to Sheffield United on Friday night ahead of another riveting weekend of Championship action.
The visitors will go top of the league with victory as they face a Villa side who have only won two of their last ten Championship matches.
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United: How to listen
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Aston Villa vs Sheffield United: Kick-off time
The Championship tie will get underway at Villa Park at 7:45pm on Friday, February 8.
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United: Team news
Villans centre-back Tyrone Mings starts the game after it was decided he will not face any retrospective action for his stamp on Reading’s Nelson Oliveira last weekend despite the forward suffering serious facial injuries.
Jack Grealish remains out with a shin injury but has resumed light training.
Meanwhile, United boss Chris Wilder has made two changes to his team – Gary Madine and Kieran Dowell starting the game. They come in for John Egan and David McGoldrick.
Aston Villa: Kalinic, Hutton, Elphick, Mings, Taylor, Jedinak, McGinn, Hourihane, El Ghazi, Kodjia, Abraham
Subs: Steer, Whelan, Green, Bjarnason, Elmohamady, Hause, Adomah
Sheffield United: Henderson, Baldock, Stevens, Fleck, O’Connell, Basham, Dowell, Sharp, Madine, Norwood
Subs: McGoldrick, Stearman, Duffy, Johnson, Moore, Cranie, Washington