Aston Villa have hit a rough spot in their bid for Premier League promotion as recent results have not gone their way.
Steve Bruce’s team were on a seven-game winning run when they were halted by Fulham in a 2-0 defeat a few weeks ago.
On Tuesday night, the Midlands outfit rescued a 1-1 draw with Preston North End at Villa Park thanks to Lewis Grabban’s 66th-minute penalty.
On Saturday, the Championship outfit will take on Sheffield Wednesday on home turf, with the aim of getting back on track.
At the moment, Bruce is struggling with numerous injury problems to his squad.
There is some good news, though, as 19-year-old attacking player Callum O’Hare has been included in the travelling party.
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The youngster has played 103 minutes of Championship action so far this season across four substitute appearances.
In that time, O’Hare has created one assist, and also started four games in the club’s cup competitions.
Fans have been left very excited buy the news that the Solihull-born player could feature this weekend.
What a guy!
— AVFC U23 (@AVFCU23) February 23, 2018
He should be starting ahead of Onomah!
— angela worley (@villa4ever29) February 23, 2018
Yes finally 🦁
— Emily Bird (@EmilyBi63918383) February 23, 2018
— Kieran Marks 📸 (@Swarmzy_) February 23, 2018
He should be in first team he is a good young player and he has earned his place and they should be playing RHM as well
— matthew white (@mattwhite007) February 23, 2018
— Ryan (@ro3ky94) February 23, 2018
— Jacko (@Jackisonfire) February 23, 2018
Hope that he plays ! #hugepotential
— Keith Rooms (@RoomsKeith) February 23, 2018
Villa currently reside third in the table, four points adrift of the automatic promotion spots.