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Overall Aston Villa continues to struggle since their relegation from the PREMIER LEAGUE after a truly dismal and embarrassing 2016 campaign.  Sitting in 16th place and 16 points out of the Champions League race, there’s lots of work to do for the struggling club.  That  being said, VILLA was perfect this season  in front of the home crowd until Saturday. The Villa Park attendance was confirmed as 30,796 as Aston Villa’s unbeaten home record was ended by Ipswich Town.

Emyr Hughes, a former Birmingham City loanee, broke the deadlock on 83 minutes to win it for Mick McCarthy’s men.

It was Villa’s first defeat of the season in B6.

Saturday’s gate gives Villa an average attendance of 32,685 from their 14 home matches.

Villa are at Villa Park again on Tuesday evening when they have a Valentine’s Day encounter against Barnsley at 7.45pm.

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