After recording a terrible five-loss streak, we had Aston Villa Manager sacked last weekend. This doesn’t get more intriguing and exciting considering that Steven Gerrard, from Ranger football club, signed as the new Aston Villa manager. Gerrard has performed exceptionally well in his coaching career, and this will reignite many memories of him as a player in the Premier League. Aston Villa vs Brighton match will feature quite a highly controlled approach as Villa will want to end its losing trend, and Brighton will want to head back to a top 4 spot.
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Aston Villa vs Brighton preview
Life at Villa Park was always a party, especially during the second half of last season. Aston Villa pulled some of the most-impressive surprises, beating Liverpool by 7 goals in one of those encounters. Their form was undoubtedly, but the class couldn’t get the European spot. After the positive campaign, Villa fans hoped to see a continuation of the new ambitious trend. However, it seems like Villa’s form hit a rock shortly after the captain, Jack Grealish, moved to Manchester City. Brighton struggled to stay out of the relegation zone, but their beautiful football remained. As a result of playing energy-filled and consistent games, Brighton is now top 7 or 6 hopefuls this season.