Form

Last Five Games Date Competition
LAston VillaAVL0-1FulhamFUL 26 May, 2018 English League Championship
DAston VillaAVL0-0MiddlesbroughMID 15 May, 2018 English League Championship
WMiddlesbroughMID0-1Aston VillaAVL 12 May, 2018 English League Championship
LMillwallMIL1-0Aston VillaAVL 6 May, 2018 English League Championship
DAston VillaAVL1-1Derby CountyDER 28 Apr, 2018 English League Championship

Form

Last Five Games Date Competition
DPreston North EndPNE2-2West Ham UnitedWHU 21 Jul, 2018 Friendly
WWycombe WanderersWYC0-1West Ham UnitedWHU 14 Jul, 2018 Friendly
WWest Ham UnitedWHU3-1EvertonEVE 13 May, 2018 English Premier League
DWest Ham UnitedWHU0-0Manchester UnitedMAN 10 May, 2018 English Premier League
WLeicester CityLEI0-2West Ham UnitedWHU 5 May, 2018 English Premier League

Head To Head Record

Last Five Games Date Competition
West Ham United WHU 2-0 Aston Villa AVL 2 Feb, 2016 English Premier League
Aston Villa AVL 1-1 West Ham United WHU 26 Dec, 2015 English Premier League
Aston Villa AVL 1-0 West Ham United WHU 9 May, 2015 English Premier League
West Ham United WHU 0-0 Aston Villa AVL 8 Nov, 2014 English Premier League
Aston Villa AVL 0-2 West Ham United WHU 8 Feb, 2014 English Premier League

Friendly News

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  • Uganda edge seven-goal thriller

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  • Winning start for Botswana's Mares

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  • Pochettino: Lloris will stay as captain

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino discusses Hugo Lloris drink-driving offence, revealing the goalkeeper is punishing himself for his mistake.