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 By PA Sport

Shay Given a doubt for Aston Villa FA Cup final; Guzan may start - Sherwood

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Danny Ings (6') Aston Villa 0-1 Burnley

Shay Given is a doubt for Aston Villa's FA Cup final with Arsenal after missing Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Burnley, boss Tim Sherwood revealed.

The veteran goalkeeper had just returned to the Villa side after almost three years without a Premier League appearance, but could now miss next Saturday's Wembley final.

Jed Steer made his top flight debut against the Clarets, with Brad Guzan on the bench, and was beaten by Danny Ings' sixth minute winner.

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"Shay's a doubt," Sherwood said. "We're assessing him...

Danny Ings gives Burnley leaving present with win over Villa

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Burnley signed off from the Barclays Premier League with a deserved 1-0 win at Aston Villa as Danny Ings gave them a perfect leaving present.

But the striker's first-half winner still meant the Clarets finished second bottom as they made a swift return to the Football League.

It was his 11th of the season and possibly last strike for the club with the out-of-contract forward expected to leave Turf Moor in the summer.

Villa, subdued for most of the first half, struggled to make a breakthrough although...

 By PA Sport

Aston Villa won't celebrate staying up, Tim Sherwood says

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood reflects on his side's heavy defeat by Southampton and says they are nearing safety for next season.

Aston Villa will not be celebrating their Premier League survival despite getting the "job done," according to manager Tim Sherwood.

Villa are not even holding an end-of-season awards dinner this year and will not throw their players a party to mark their escape from the drop, because Sherwood believes such a lowly finish is nothing to celebrate for a club of their size.

"It's job done as far as I'm concerned," said the former Tottenham boss. "They brought me into the club to win Premier League...