English premiership side Aston Villa, will miss the services of in -form Ghanaian striker Jordan Ayew, in Saturday’s clash with Sunderland through suspension.
The Ghanaian striker will not feature for Villa, in the premiership game which would be played tomorrow at the Villa park after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season against Norwich city at carrow road, triggering a game ban.
Ayew, who has been in top form for Remi Garde’s side has scored five goals so far for Aston Villa and is only a goal adrift of his senior brother Andre Ayew, who has scored six goals for Swansea city.
The 24 year old attacker will be a big miss for his side after overcoming a difficult start in the premiership to rediscover his form earning him the position of a sort after striker in the Villa set up.
He is set to be replaced by striker Remy Gestede, who was once the leading striker.