Brett Holman was the standout star for Villa when it came down to stats from the Stoke contest.
Villa's all-action midfielder was on top in several categories as he terrorised the Potters defence.
Holman was No.1 for attacking third passes, with eighteen successful from twenty-one made. Barry Bannan was No.3 with fifteen successful out of twenty-two while Ashley Westwood was No.5 with fourteen successful out of twenty-two made.
Holman was No.1 for chances created with three, while Christian Benteke was No.2 with two.
Holman was also No.1 for take-ons with two successful out of three attempted. Benteke was No.2 with two successful out of two attempted. Matt Lowton was No.3 with one successful out of two attempted.
Villa had the top five players for shots. Benteke was No.1, Lowton was No.2, Holman was No.3, Eric Lichaj was No.4 and Bannan was No.5.
Westwood was No.1 for passes - unsurprisingly - with sixty-seven successful out of seventy-seven made. That adds up to 87%.
Bannan was No.3 with fifty-one out of sixty-three while Chris Herd was No.5 with thirty-nine out of forty-eight.
Lichaj was No.1 for tackles with six successful made out of seven attempted. Holman was No.2 with three successful out of three attempted.
Westwood was No.1 for interceptions with six while Holman and Baker were joint No.4 with three.
Baker was No.1 for clearances with eleven successful out of twenty attempted. Herd was No.2 with eight successful out of fourteen attempted. Ciaran Clark was No.3 with five successful out of ten attempted.
Baker was No.2 for aerial duels with six successful out of fourteen attempted.
Benteke was joint No.1 for fouls suffered with three.
Westwood to Lowton was No.1 pass combination with seventeen while Lowton to Herd was No.2 with fifteen. Herd to Lowton and Lowton to Westwood were joint No.3 with fourteen while Baker to Bannan was No.5 with thirteen.
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