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‘Tomorrow is the time to bring him back in’ – Is it time for Bruce to make this Aston Villa call?



Aston Villa will be looking to keep their play-off challenge going this weekend as they host Millwall at Villa Park tomorrow.

The two sides have not met at Villa Park since 1990 which is some stat and Villa fans will be looking to ensure Millwall don’t make it a trip to remember.

Who will play for the Villans this weekend, then? We take a look at whether it’s time Jack Grealish gets a start…

Alfie Burns

Grealish has forced Bruce’s hand with an outstanding impact against Leeds last weekend.

I’d be amazed if the 22-year-old is not in the starting XI tomorrow, as I think most Villa supporters would be.

The task facing Grealish now is delivering the level he showed at Elland Road, on a regular basis.

Chris Gallagher

Yes, I think tomorrow is the time to bring him back in.

Grealish looked bright at Elland Road last time out, providing Villa with more of a spark which helped them get a draw at Leeds.

Millwall are sure to sit back and try and counter, so it could be a tricky afternoon for Villa. Therefore, it’s perfect for Grealish who could unlock a tight defence with a moment of magic.

Has to start.

Adam Simeoni

If he’s fit enough, Bruce should get him back in the side.

Villa face Millwall at home in what you may call an ‘easier’ tie, and this could be the perfect opportunity to get Grealish back into first-team action following his injury.

The player looked great at the start of the season before he was sidelined, and will look to rediscover his form now he is back in the fold.

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