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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Aston Villa: Confirmed lineup

We did it, everyone! We made it through another season of Aston Villa football!

Laurence Griffiths

So, Aston Villa have one away game to play before Everything Changes Forever. Or before Randy Lerner releases a statement that says absolutely nothing and we spend another off-season trying to find highlight videos of players in the Austrian Second Division. Whichever.

On the plus side, this probably won't be the last time we see any of Villa's key players, which is the first time we've felt that way before the last game in several years. But that's about all there is to be happy about ahead of this game, as Spurs are a much better side with something still to play for.

Since we're all here and watching it together though, let's hope for the season to end on a strong note. If this is a sendoff for Randy Lerner and/or Paul Lambert it would be nice for it to be a positive one. And if it turns out that it isn't, it would be nice to have something encouraging to look back on at the start of next year.

Aston Villa Starting XI

Brad Guzan, Matthew Lowton, Ron Vlaar, Nathan Baker, Ryan Bertrand, Leandro Bacuna, Ashley Westwood, Fabian Delph, Andi Weimann, Jordan Bowery, Gabby Agbonlahor

Aston Villa Subs

Jed Steer, Yacouba Sylla, Grant Holt, Callum Robinson, Jack Grealish, Ciaran Clark, Karim El Ahmadi

Tottenham Starting XI

Hugo Lloris, Kyle Naughton, Vlad Chiriches, Michael Dawson, Danny Rose, Sandro, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Paulinho, Christian Eriksen, Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Kane

Tottenham Subs

Brad Friedel, Zeki Fryers, Milos Veljkovic, Nabil Bentaleb, Etienne Capoue, Alex Pritchard, Roberto Soldado