Ashley Westwood, Fabian Delph and Ron Vlaar were the top stars when the figures were assessed following the 0-0 draw with Sunderland.
Westwood was streets ahead when it came to passing, Delph was in superb stopping form while Vlaar was a rock at the back as Villa claimed their fifth clean sheet this term - the same as the entire previous campaign.
Westwood was No.1 for passes with 60 successful from 68 in total. Delph was No.3 with 58 successful from 69 in total. Leandro Bacuna was No.4 with 43 successful from 54 in total.
Westwood was No.1 for attacking third passes with 20 successful from 25 in total. Delph was No.2 with 20 successful from 23 in total. Andreas Weimann was No.5 with 10 successful from 11 in total.
Westwood was No.1 for chances created with four in total. Weimann was No.2 with two in total. Gabby Agbonlahor was No.6 with one in total.
Antonio Luna was No.2 for take-ons with two successful from four attempted. Agbonlahor was No.4 with two successful from three attempted.
Delph was No.1 for ball recoveries with 11. Westwood was No.4 with eight. Weimann was No.5 with seven.
Westwood was No.2 for tackles with three successful from three attempted. Bacuna and Luna were joint No.3 with two successful from five attempted.
Ron Vlaar and Ciaran Clark were joint No.2 for interceptions with three. Delph was No.5 with two.
Delph was No.2 for blocks with one.
Vlaar was No.2 for clearances with four successful from four attempted. Clark and Bacuna were joint No.3 with three successful from three attempted.
Christian Benteke was No.3 for aerial duels with three won from eight attempted. Vlaar was No.4 with three successful from six attempted.
Delph was No.1 for fouls suffered with three.
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