Sometimes, after watching an Aston Villa game, fans can feel hard done by. You can feel as if we gave it our all, played well on the day, and were unfortunate in the end. No such feeling is running through my head after today’s disappointing 2-1 loss at Molineux to Wolves.
Facing two potential relegation rivals next, in a tough fixture at Carrow Road which precedes a home clash against Brighton and Hove Albion, followed by a difficult run, it’d be fair to say that the fate of relegation hangs in the balance of the next two matches.
Aston Villa head into the Burnley game with it a must-win home match against a relegation rival.
The last time I wrote, Aston Villa frustrated me after two howlers cost us a share of the spoils against Bournemouth. Four matches later, my frustrations have only grown.
After a frustrating start to the season, in which we have no points from the opening pair of matches despite performances which warrant more, I have noticed big issues in our style of play that need addressing.