Villa to host Italo Stars

ALSTONVILLE will back up for their second game in four days, while Italo Stars will be itching to get on the paddock for their first game of the season, when they meet in Football FNC Tursa Anzac Cup soccer at Crawford Park tonight.

Villa went down 3-1 to Cup holder Rovers on Monday night but looked highly competitive, while Stars had their first game washed out.

“Fitness won’t be an issue for us,” said a confident Villa coach Troy Taylor, who will run on an unchanged line-up.

While Stars’ experience will make them slight favourites, Villa on home turf pose a threat to Stars’ hopes of a win.



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