Stat Pack: Baker, Lowton and Bannan top match figures
Villa led the way in a multitude of stats after the Newcastle game except the one that mattered - the result.
Bannan was No.1 for passes with forty-five successful out of fifty-three attempted. Ashley Westwood was No.2 with thirty-seven successful from forty-one attempted. Lowton was No.4 with thirty-two successful from thirty-eight attempted.
Baker and Bannan were joint No.1 for interceptions with four.
Ciaran Clark was No.1 for blocks with three while Bannan was No.2 with one.
Baker was No.1 for tackles with three successful from five attempted. Westwood was No.2 with three successful from four attempted. Lowton was joint No.3 - alongside Papiss Cisse - with three successful from three attempted.
Baker was No.1 for clearances with eleven successful from twenty attempted. Clark was No.2 with eight successful from fifteen attempted. Ron Vlaar was No.4 with two successful from twelve attempted.
Lowton was No.1 for attacking third passes with twelve successful from seventeen made. Charles N'Zogbia was No.2 with eleven successful from sixteen made.
Christian Benteke was No.5 with nine successful out of fifteen made.
Gabby Agbonlahor, Benteke and Westwood were all joint No.2 - behind Moussa Sissoko - in chances created with two.
Lowton was No.1 for take-ons with one successful from three attempted. Vlaar, Agbonlahor and Baker were joint No.2 with one successful from one attempted.
Benteke was No.1 for shots with three in total, two on target and one goal. Andreas Weimann was No.4 with two in total and two on target. Bannan was No.5 with two in total and one on target.
Benteke was No.1 for aerial duels with nine successful from twenty attempted. Baker was No.2 with nine successful from nine attempted. Clark was No.5 with four successful from five attempted.
Villa also dominated the pass combinations. The No.1 during the match was Westwood to Lowton with twelve, joint No.2 was Bannan to Baker and Lowton to N'Zogbia with eleven.
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