Wednesday media watch [12.03.14 PM]: Agbonlahor on run-in
Express and Star: Gabby Agbonlahor today warned Villa against the dangers of complacency as they prepare for a run-in with Premier League title favourites Chelsea on Saturday. Jose Mourinho's table-toppers, unbeaten in the Premier League since December 7, will be favourites to continue their all-conquering march to the title in the 5.30pm Villa Park contest.
ClubCall: Aston Villa stopper Brad Guzan believes summer signing Leandro Bacuna will continue to get better after some impressive performances. Bacuna has been used in a variety of positions by Paul Lambert in his debut campaign for the Villans but more recently has been deployed at right-back.
TEAMtalk: Gabriel Agbonlahor is taking nothing for granted in Aston Villa's battle for Premier League survival and is looking to get to 40 points as quickly as possible. Villa currently sit in the relative safety of mid-table, six points clear of the drop zone.
ClubCall: Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has stressed the club are not free of the "fear" of relegation and has set a 40 point target. Villa, who beat Norwich 4-1 at home in their last outing, look to be in a relatively healthy position at present, lying 11th in the league table with 10 games left to play on 31 points - six clear of the drop zone.
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BBC Sport: Torquay midfielder Joss Labadie has been banned for 10 games and fined £2,000 after the Football Association found him guilty of biting an opponent.
Sky Sports: Ralph Krueger has been appointed Southampton chairman just weeks after helping Canada to ice hockey gold at the Winter Olympics.
BBC Sport: West Brom captain Chris Brunt has been ruled out of action for up to six weeks with a knee injury.
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