Are Aston Villa now set for a second-place finish?

Are Aston Villa now set for a second-place finish?

Are Aston Villa now set for a second-place finish?

It was the ideal weekend for Aston Villa.

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Conor Hourihane scored the decisive second goal with a terrific volley.

Aston Villa won a valuable three points in their race for promotion and got one over on their bitter rivals with a 2-0 win against Birmingham on Sunday.

The Blues went on to end the game with ten men after Cheikh Ndoye was shown his second yellow card after an altercation with Terry in the Villa box.

Adomah's side dominated the away side from start to finish.

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In an emotionally charged atmosphere, in front of a 41,233 crowd, Villa were the more dominant side in the early exchanges with Grealish emerging as their key player with some delightful football skill.

Steve Bruce's side will now fancy their chances of returning to the Premier League, which has focused fresh attention on John Terry.

Season ticket holders also enjoy a plethora of further perks, including: free entry to all Villa Ladies home matches, free entry to all U23 home matches, free entry to the first home cup match of the campaign, with financing options available.

Terry was again involved when the ball hit the frame of the same goal a minute into the second half, but more deliberately this time as the defender's header from Snodgrass's cross flicked off Harlee Dean and brushed the bar before being cleared.

Terry, the Aston Villa captain, has made a decision to delay his next move until the end of the season as he focuses on helping guide Steve Bruce's team back to the Premier League.

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