Manchester United's 3-1 win at Arsenal kept them on the heels of Premier League leaders Chelsea while Villa are one of four clubs with a genuine hope of finishing in the top four and qualifying for the champions League - they also meet in the Carling Cup Final later this month.
It's a match both sides need to win - and you could be there.
For your chance to win tickets answer this simple question: Which of the players below did NOT play for Manchester United and Aston Villa?A: Dion DublinB: Norman WhitesideC: Paul McGrathEmail your answer to:email@example.com midday on Monday February 8 2010 and remember to include your name, postaladdress and a telephone number on which you can be contacted.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU PUT 'BARCLAYS VILLA ' IN YOUR SUBJECT BOX TO VALIDATE YOUR ENTRY.
The first name drawn after the deadline will be the winner.
Please note: These tickets are for home fans only and the prize does not include travel to/from the ground or any hospitality.
Normal Daily Mail rules apply.
Only the winners will be notified but don't worry if you're notsuccessful, you can always net a pair by visiting your nearest BarclaysATM. Match tickets are up for grabs EVERY 90 minutes, every day,throughout the 2009/10 season.
To be in with a chance of winning,simply request a receipt from the ATM or visitwww.barclaysticketoffice.com to enter - you don't even have to be aBarclays customer. Further information and terms and conditions areavailable from www.barclaysticketoffice.com
And there's more.
To celebrate the renewal of the BarclaysPremier League sponsorship, Barclays are offering 20 top-flightfootball fans from across the globe the ultimate prize - a once in alifetime chance to win the Barclays Premier League trophy for the day.
From Sunderland to Shanghai, Manchester to Mumbai, 'Barclays Home Win' is live at www.barclayshomewin.com givingBarclays Premier League fans all over the world the opportunity tosubmit their personal details and win the unique money-can't-buy prize.
Barclaysrecently announced a new £82.25m global title sponsorship of thePremier League, running until the end of the 2012/13 season, meaningthat the Barclays Group will have been Premier League sponsors for 12years from 2001 through to 2013.
Winnersfor 'Barclays Home Win' will be drawn at random with one lucky fan fromeach Barclays Premier League club earning the chance to have the mostsought after trophy in English football taking pride of place in theirliving room, or adorning their school or workplace.
Fans can be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize simply by visiting www.barclayshomewin.com and entering their details.