Villans’ soaring ascent, Cherries’ stunning upset, Reds’ bench brilliance

BEFORE the start of the season, I predicted that Aston Villa would pose a threat to teams vying for the champion league’s spot.

Many said I was delusional, but 16 games in the season and it seems that I am not after all. Aston Villa are currently third in the league standings after winning back-to-back games against Manchester City and Arsenal at Villa Park within seven days.

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