The official line-up for Aston Villa vs Norwich City

The official line-up for Aston Villa vs Norwich City

Steven Gerrard, coach of the professional Aston Villa team within his Egyptian international ranks, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, announced the official line-up for his match against his counterpart Norwich City.

This is at Carrow Road Stadium, which is scheduled to be held at ten o’clock in the evening, Tuesday, in the seventeenth round of the English Premier League championship for the current season 2021-2022.

The formation of the match witnessed the presence of Mahmoud Trezeguet on the bench of the Aston Villa team in its match against Norwich City.

Aston Villa occupies the thirteenth place in the Premier League standings with 19 points, collected by Gerrard’s battalion, winning in 6 matches, a draw in a match and a loss in 9 matches. The team’s players scored 21 goals and conceded 25 others.

Aston Villa’s line-up was as follows:
Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mengs, Targett, McGinn, Douglas Luiz, Ramsey, Biondea, Watkins, Young.

On the other hand, Norwich City occupies the twentieth and last place in the Premier League standings with only 10 points from 16 matches, winning in two games and drawing in 4, and the newly promoted lost to the league in 10 matches.

Trezeguet is waiting to get his coach Gerrard’s signal to participate in the match in search of the three points after falling in the last round at the hands of Liverpool for the first time that Trezeguet will appear.

Aston Villa seeks to win and collect the three points to crawl towards the advanced positions in the English Premier League and try to approach the semi-finals to secure a seat in the European Club Championships next year.

Aston Villa aspires to win this important match, and to continue the victories and positive results, which help it to be in advanced positions in the English Premier League table this season.

While Norwich City will try to exploit the ground workers and the public to win the match, get out of the relegation spiral and move away from the last place and the bottom of the standings before it is too late.

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