The England international has suffered no after affects from the challenge on him by Chelsea central defender John Terry in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley and has been able to train as normal this week.
Flat out: Milner lies on the Wembley pitch as Terry looks over the Villa star
Villa boss Martin O'Neill could retain the side that started against Chelsea with John Carew and Gabriel Agbonlahor again set to lead the attack.
Central defender Richard Dunne, who has been troubled by a sore achilles for the last few weeks, will continue at the heart of the Villa backline alongside James Collins.
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