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By Sam Lyon
Phil McNulty reports: "Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier has drafted in central defender Ciaran Clark alongside Richard Dunne and James Collins, while Luke Young has recovered from a hamstring injury. Birmingham City are able to select Alexander Hleb after he recovered from a knee injury picked up against Blackpool. Former Villa midfielder Craig Gardner is back for his first league game since completing a three-match ban."
Aston Villa (62% win chance) Birmingham (13%
Newcastle (52%) Sunderland (20%)
Bolton (28%) Liverpool (41%)
So get your money on those bad boys. No I don't know how it works.
Aston Villa: Friedel, Luke Young, Dunne, Collins, Clark, Downing, Reo-Coker, Sidwell, Warnock, Ashley Young, Heskey. Subs: Guzan, Ireland, Carew, Delfouneso, Cuellar, Bannan, Lichaj.
Birmingham: Foster, Carr, Johnson, Dann, Ridgewell, Larsson, Gardner, Ferguson, Fahey, Hleb, Zigic. Subs: Taylor, Bowyer, Phillips, Jerome, Michel, Parnaby, Beausejour.
Referee: Howard Webb (S Yorkshire)
Phil McNulty reports: "New Aston Villa boss Gerard Houllier is well-schooled in what is required in a local derby after his years on Merseyside with Liverpool - and he will get a good measure of how his side are progressing under his leadership in the clash with Birmingham City at Villa Park. Birmingham City and boss Alex McLeish still harbour a real grievance about how they lost this fixture last season through James Milner's hotly-contested late penalty - although they will need no extra motivation in what is always a fiercely-fought clash."
Aston Villa v Birmingham (1200)
Newcastle v Sunderland (1330)
Bolton v Liverpool (1600)
Basically, it's a day of passion, pride and points - so what on earth are you waiting for? Get involved people.
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