O'Neill to give youngsters a chance

Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill is set to make wholesale changes for the home FA Cup fourth-round clash with Brighton on Saturday.

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Delph: Set to start against Brighton

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Striker Emile Heskey (foot), central defender Richard Dunne (hamstring) and skipper Stiliyan Petrov (Achilles) suffered injuries in the Carling Cup semi-final win over Blackburn on Wednesday and are rated doubtful.

Striker John Carew and midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker are already on the injury list and still ruled out.

The likes of Luke Young, Steve Sidwell, Fabian Delph and Habib Beye are expected to start with youngsters Shane Lowry, Ciaran Clark and Marc Albrighton also part of the squad.

Villa (from): Friedel, Guzan, Luke Young, Beye, Dunne, Collins, Cuellar, Warnock, Milner, Petrov, Sidwell, Delph, Downing, Ashley Young, Heskey, Agbonlahor, Delfouneso, Albrighton, Clark, Lowry.

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