Leicester City travel to Villa Park as they look to build on an impressive victory over Liverpool in their last Premier League outing.
The Foxes have since had a European trip to take on Slavia Prague, while Villa have had a full week to prepare for the game.
Ahead of the match, Aston Villa will be without club captain and talisman Jack Grealish.
The 25-year-old has been a key player for Dean Smith’s men since their return to the Premier League two seasons ago.
And he has stepped up a level again this season, scoring six goals and providing a further 12 assists in the Premier League so far.
Smith has been dealt another injury blow with influential full-back Matty Cash ruled out of action with a hamstring injury.
He will join long-term absentees Kortney Hause and Wesley on the sidelines.
So, how will that impact on Smith’s selection against City.
According to BirminghamLive ’s predicted lineup, former Hull man Ahmed Elmohamady is likely to slot straight into the left-back role as a direct replacement for Cash.
Aston Villa played out a 0-0 draw with Brighton and Hove Albion in their last outing, but despite picking up a point, Smith wasn’t happy with the performance of his team.
That could spark one or two changes in the starting lineup, the predicted XI has January signing Morgan Sanson making his first start in the Premier League against City.
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The midfielder has only been selected on the bench since completing his move to Villa Park last month. That means that there will be no place in the starting lineup for Ross Barkley, the player who scored the winning goal in the reverse fixture at the King Power Stadium.
Trezeguet has also been selected ahead of winger Bertrand Traore, with the aim of helping his full-back to lessen the threat posed by City.
Predicted Villa lineup: Martinez; Elmohamady, Konsa, Mings, Targett; Douglas Luiz; Trezeguet, Sanson, McGinn, Grealish; Watkins.