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Manchester United visit Aston Villa on Saturday hoping to get back to winning ways after drawing against cross-town rivals City during the mid-week. However, they face a tricky tie against the Villains who haven't conceded at home to anyone but Bolton so far.
United come to the game on the back of a draw against cross-town rivals Manchester City during mid-week. Though it ended their six game winning streak (in all competitions), it was a valuable point claimed at the City of Manchester Stadium. The red devils will look to gain all three points at Villa Park, which is a stadium they generally do well in. They last tasted defeat there in August 1995.
United looked resolute in defence over the past weeks, as opposed to the early days of the season when they leaked late goals which cost them heavily. This improvement has much to do with the return of Rio Ferdinand, who has looked impressive so far. The Manchester club also seems to have got back the knack of scoring late goals which will calm the supporters, though they'd much rather finish off the games early.