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The latest Aston Villa injury news ahead of Bournemouth clash

Aston Villa’s injuries are the inconveniences that get in the way of Dean Smith fielding his strongest claret and blue team from one week to the next.

The new-look 2019/20 squad performed so bravely at Tottenham in their Premier League opener and go up against AFC Bournemouth in front of a packed Villa Park on Saturday.

Villa now have a 26-man squad to choose from following the summer transfer window.

As the exciting new Premier League season continues, we will keep details of all the injuries up to date.

Villa play Eddie Howe’s Cherries on Saturday and this is how the squad is shaping up.”/>



Injury: Achilles

Details: The Norwegian ruptured his Achilles in training on December 30. He’s currently back training with the first team but didn’t feature in pre-season with his injury still being closely monitored.

Last match: Saturday, December 29 – Preston 1 Villa 1, 90 minutes

Expected return date: Unknown”/>
Orjan Nyland of Aston Villa

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Injury: Hamstring

Details: Returned into the Villa fold for the club’s Minnesota camp and played 45 minutes in the 3-0 friendly victory over the MLS side. Was back in a Villa shirt four days later at Shrewsbury Town but hobbled off after twinging in hamstring. Missed friendlies at Walsall, Charlton and Leipzig.”/>

Last match: Sunday, July 21 – Shrewsbury Town 0 Villa 1, 45 minutes.

Expected return date: End of August.

Here’s the current squad list:


Tom Heaton, Lovre Kalinic, Orjan Nyland, Jed Steer


James Chester, Bjorn Engels, Tyrone Mings, Ezri Konsa, Kortney Hause, Matty Targett, Neil Taylor, Frederic Guilbert, Ahmed Elmohamady


John McGinn, Conor Hourihane, Douglas Luiz, Aaron Tshibola, Jack Grealish, Trezeguet, Anwar El Ghazi, Jota, Marvelous Nakamba, Callum O’Hare


Wesley, Jonathan Kodjia, Keinan Davis


10: 5.30pm Tottenham Hotspur (a)

17: 3pm Bournemouth (h)

23: 8pm Everton (h)

31: 3pm Crystal Palace (a)


16: 8pm West Ham United (h)

22: 4:30pm Arsenal (a)

28: 3pm Burnley (h)


5: 3pm Norwich City (a)

19: 3pm Brighton (h)

26: 3pm Manchester City (a)


2: 3pm Liverpool (h)

9: 3pm Wolves (a)

23: 3pm Newcastle United (h)

30: 3pm Manchester United (a)


4: 7.45pm Chelsea (a)

7: 3pm Leicester City (h)

14: 3pm Sheffield United (a)

21: 3pm Southampton (h)

26: 3pm Norwich City (h)

28: 3pm Watford (a)


1: 3pm Burnley (a)

11: 3pm Manchester City (h)

18: 3pm Brighton (a)

21: 7.45pm Watford (h)


1: 3pm Bournemouth (a)

8: 3pm Tottenham Hotspur (h)

22: 3pm Southampton (a)

29: 3pm Sheffield United (h)


7: 3pm Leicester City (a)

14: 3pm Chelsea (h)

21: 3pm Newcastle United (a)


4: 3pm Wolves (h)

11: 3pm Liverpool (a)

18: 3pm Manchester United (h)

25: 3pm Crystal Palace (h)


2: 3pm Everton (a)

9: 3pm Arsenal (h)

17: 3pm West Ham United (a)

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