Aston Villa’s 2019/20 season has been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, so how will they end the season after the campaign resumes later this summer.
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Before the official suspension of the 2019/20 Premier League season, Aston Villa was not in great shape after losing four consecutive games. In fact, their last victory came against Watford in January. But the bad guys still have a good chance of retaining their Premier League status if and when the season resumes.
Indeed, only four points separate Dean Smith from 19th place and Brighton from 15th place – and Villa also has a match in hand. So what will happen when the season resumes? We used Football Manager 2020 to find out how Villa will behave in their last 10 Premier League games – just for fun. This is how it all happened.
To set up this simulation, we got our hands on a personalized backup game that had precise results, the classification table and the future matches from March 13, 2020. This meant that we could simulate the rest of the season to see how the Premier League played the last games of the 2019/20 campaign. Check out the specific league table below as of March 14, 2020. This is what happened when we simulated the rest of the matches, Villa looking to avoid relegation.
Villa was so close to three important points in their next game, with Anwar El Ghazi putting the outside side 2-1 ahead after 44 minutes, but Matty Long’s staff tied in the 65th minute to deny them the win.
Villa came back twice in that match, Samatta equalizing in the 7th minute after Diogo Jota only took four minutes to open the scoring. Then Jack Grealish brought Villa back on equal terms just before half an hour after Jota scored a penalty in the 20th minute. Although Frederick Guilbert was expelled, Villa held out.
On the last day of the season, Villa thought they would return to claim a vital victory after Keinan Davis and Conor Hourihane set the away side 2-1, but Felipe Anderson’s 88th-minute goal denied them. Would this have a significant impact on their hopes of relegation? Overall, Villa’s record in the last 10 games looked like this: one win, six draws, and three losses, winning nine of 30 points possible.
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