2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
16-7-15, 11th in English Premier League
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3dJames Olley

Grealish recalls bizarre bathroom incident

Jack Grealish said he has "never looked back" when he switched from Ireland to England squads after a bizarre bathroom incident when he collapsed.

Grealish to Man City a 'terrifying' prospect for opponents (1:07)
5d
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5dMark Ogden

Sources: Man City keen on Grealish, Kane deals

Manchester City's Pep Guardiola wants to sign Jack Grealish, with sources telling ESPN the Aston Villa player is as key a target as Harry Kane.

Does Chelsea stand a chance in the UCL final? (1:08)
18d
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24dESPN

Incredulous own-goal dooms Spurs in loss to Villa

Aston Villa beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 due in part to a incredulous own-goal from Sergio Reguilon as Harry Kane's future at Spurs remains in doubt.

Mason: Kane will be 100% committed vs. Aston Villa (1:01)
25d
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43dJames Olley

Sources: Chelsea prepared to offload Abraham

Chelsea are prepared to offload Tammy Abraham this summer with West Ham, Aston Villa and Newcastle interested in the striker, sources told ESPN.

What's causing John Stones' collapse in form? (1:09)
51d
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57dReuters

Villa's Mings: 'Fight for change' against abuse

Aston Villa's Tyrone Mings became the latest footballer to receive racial abuse on social media, urging his followers to "fight for change."

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69dReuters

Fulham blow chance in defeat at Villa

Fulham's Premier League survival hopes suffered a massive blow as they conceded three times to lose to Aston Villa.

Scotland scores bicycle kick goal equalizer vs. Austria (0:52)
79d
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101dESPN

Clubs remove animals from crests for awareness

Premier League clubs Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion and Wolves have removed animals from their badges to raise awareness for World Wildlife Day.

2020-21 Prem Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City382756+5186
Manchester United3821116+2974
Liverpool382099+2669
Chelsea3819109+2267
Leicester City3820612+1866
West Ham United3819811+1565
Tottenham Hotspur3818812+2362
Arsenal3818713+1661
Leeds United3818515+859
Everton3817813-159
Aston Villa3816715+955
Newcastle United3812917-1645
Wolverhampton Wanderers3812917-1645
Crystal Palace3812818-2544
Southampton3812719-2143
Brighton & Hove Albion3891415-641
Burnley3810919-2239
Fulham3851320-2628
West Bromwich Albion3851122-4126
Sheffield United387229-4323

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference99th
Goals Scored55Tied-9th
Assists38Tied-8th
Goals Conceded46Tied-7th