In a sentence: Aston Villa host Barnsley this weekend, in a game that should be cut and dry for the midlands side.
Last time: The reverse fixture saw Villa win 3-0 at Oakwell Stadium, despite Barnsley having the lion’s share of possession. Albert Adomah broke the deadlock in the first half, which he followed up by scoring a penalty in the 44th minute. With the game looking secure for the Villains, Keinan Davis drove the ball home for his first goal of the season, effectively ending the contest.
This time: Aston Villa are 4/7 to win, Barnsley 6/1 and a draw 3/1.
You might remember: The one time that this fixture was played in the Premier League, back in March 1998. The game ended with a rare Barnsley win, thanks to an early goal from Ashley Ward beating a Villa defence lead by the current England manager.