At the moment, everything is rosy in the garden for Aston Villa as they are well positioned for a promotion fight.
As it stands, Steve Bruce’s men are fourth in the Championship table, five points adrift of the top two after 19 fixtures.
The Villans improved their points tally by overcoming Ipswich Town on home soil on Saturday.
The team are now on a three-game winning run, and despite the absences of John Terry and Jonathan Kodjia, the club are getting the job done.
Nine points separate Villa from leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers, while Cardiff City and Sheffield United are also in the mix.
Given the competitive nature of the Championship, Bruce’s side need to make sure that they continue their run of positive results.
On Sunday, the club posted a graphic detailing the club’s upcoming fixtures, including games against Leeds United and Derby County.
— Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) November 26, 2017
The fans have been predicting how the next month will unfold.
Big tests for Bruce and us. Can we actually beat a decent team or will Bruce revert to type like he usually does in any big away game? It's alright beating Sunderland and Ipswich but we need to prove we can beat the likes of Leeds away
— James Gorton (@gortavfc) November 26, 2017
Could be a defining month with 4 away games..
— Peter Brooke (@PeterBrooke17) November 26, 2017
Huge month of fixtures, if we can return 12 plus that would be ??
— Jacko (@Jacko__10) November 26, 2017
Teams should be worried about playing us. Tough games coming up but we're a tough team to play against too. I'd take 10 pts.
— Lakh Baddhan (@lbaddhan) November 26, 2017
Twelve from six games minimum please UTV
— Oldtimerabroad (@Oldtimerabroad) November 26, 2017
W, W, L, D, D, W
Tough month but I reckon this Villa squad have enough about them now to take a good haul of points.
— alex (@birdman_al19) November 26, 2017
I think we will know where our promotion hopes lay after December
— Mattcayley (@MattcayleyM) November 26, 2017
If we can't beat these teams there's no point being in the Premier League. Need to dominate this league to survive
— Simon Massey (@simon2112massey) November 26, 2017