Aston Villa are flying along at the moment and they’ll be looking to brush QPR aside next up in the Championship.
One of the many games to fall foul of the weather just over a week ago, we’ve got a host of second tier fixtures to come tonight and Villa’s home game against the R’s is just one of them.
With title rivals Wolves and Cardiff both in action, too, we’re bound to see another chapter written in the race for the crown over the coming hours and Villa will be surely looking to make their contribution a positive one from their aspect.
With that said, then, we’re wondering about Steve Bruce’s all important selection call for this one and we asked Villa fans who they’d play up top tonight between Scott Hogan and Lewis Grabban.
This was the rather landslide-type response:
????️ ASTON VILLA FANS..
Should Grabban start over Hogan tonight v QPR? ????#AVFC
— FootballLeagueWorld (@FLeagueWorld) March 13, 2018
Despite an improved calendar year in front of goal for Hogan, Grabban appears to have ousted him from the side in recent games and after his displays against both Sunderland and Wolves, you can’t see him being dropped.
It’s another big game for the Villans and it would appear that the fans want their on-loan star to lead the charge.
Thoughts, Villa fans? Let us know below!
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