Aston Villa Sunderland Live Stream

Aston Villa Sunderland live streams At Villa Park
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Aston Villa v Sunderland starting line-ups

  • Aston Villa players (from): Veretout, Grealish, Bunn, Ayew, Westwood, Agbonlahor, Richardson, Hutton, Senderos, Gil, Kozak, Richards, Bacuna, Traore, Ilori, Amavi, Guzan, Lescott, N'Zogbia, Clark, Sinclair, Crespo, Sanchez, Gardner, Gestede, Cole, Okore, Gueye
  • Sunderland team (from): Bridcutt, Johnson, Borini, Cattermole, Defoe, Matthews, Jones, Brown, Lens, Fletcher, Mannone, Alvarez, Watmore, Roberge, Aanholt, Pantilimon, O'Shea, Toivonen, Coates, Mavrias, Yedlin, M'Vila, Larsson, Graham, Gomez, Kaboul, Rodwell

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England13Norwich City89
England14Stoke City89
England17West Brom88
England18Aston Villa84
England20Newcastle United83

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