Starlet O'Hara predicts problems for Villa
JAMIE O Hara believes Aston Villa are not yet a top four side – and predicts Spurs can spring a surprise in Sunday s clash at Villa Park. Tottenham go into the game exactly 20 points behind Martin O Neill s outfit, who are in the last Champions League spo
JAMIE O'Hara believes Aston Villa are not yet a top four side - and predicts Spurs can spring a surprise in Sunday's clash at Villa Park.
Tottenham go into the game exactly 20 points behind Martin O'Neill's outfit, who are in the last Champions League spot, but O'Hara feels the Lilywhites can build on their recent momentum in the league.
Harry Redknapp's men are unbeaten in the past four league games and are up to 12th place in the table following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Sunderland.
"Villa have had a great season but I would not class them as a top four side just yet," O'Hara exclusively told Ham&High Sports Editor Pat Mooney.
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