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Arsenal haven’t lost at Villa Park since 1998 so can the Gunners keep up the title pressure with another victory over Aston Villa? Get all the best betting here.

Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand has denied a violent conduct charge and his appeal will be heard on Thursday.

Television replays appeared to show the 31-year-old defender strike Hull forward Craig Fagan in United’s 4-0 Premier League win on Saturday.

If Ferdinand is found guilty, he would miss Sunday’s Premier League trip to Arsenal, the home game against Portsmouth on 6 February and an away game at Aston Villa four days later.

Ferdinand was making his return to the first team against Hull after spending three months out with a calf injury.

“Rio’s performance level is important,” stated United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. “It is important to have him back because getting the centre-halves fit is key to our progress this season.”

Arsenal haven’t lost at Villa Park since 1998 so can the Gunners keep up the title pressure with another victory over Aston Villa? Get all the best betting here.

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