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Mark Bunn

31-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Aston Villa  Premier


Birthdate:  November 16, 1984    Birthplace:  Southgate, England     Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 0"    Weight:  170 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a two-year contract with Aston Villa in July of 2015.

May 15, 2016    Mark Bunn News

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Bunn made four saves and conceded four goals (including an own goal) in Sunday's 4-0 defeat to Arsenal.

The own goal could've been credited to Mikel Arteta, a finishing close to the Gunners' skipper's career; however, instead it was a cap on a dreadful season for Villa. In 10 matches, he conceded 18 goals and kept four clean sheets, piloting them to two of their three victories on the season. Bunn will fight for playing time next season as they look to get back into the Premier League.

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2015 Premier Aston Villa 18 27 4 1

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May 7, 2016

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Bunn made three saves on his way to a clean sheet in Aston Villa's 0-0 draw at home to Newcastle on Saturday.

Luckily for Aston Villa, Newcastle's finishing was atrocious all afternoon but when Bunn was called upon he did his job well.Clean sheets are too little too late at this stage of the season from a Villa point of view, however, but the Premier League will surely miss a club of their stature next season.

March 2, 2016

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Bunn was unused sub in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to Everton.

Bunn had a fairly decent beginning of his tenure as the Villa starting keeper but after the bruising six-goal loss to Liverpool on Feb 14 and two more conceded last Saturday versus Stoke for a total of eight goals allowed and two losses in as many games he went back to the bench. There's still no indication if that's not just manager Remi Garde giving him a breather but until further notice he should be considered as the backup which consequently limits his fantasy value off the bench.

February 14, 2016

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Bunn made three saves and was beaten six times during Sunday's embarrassing loss to Liverpool.

A week after shutting Norwich out, the 31-year-old was victimized repeatedly as the Reds sliced through the Villa defense. Despite Sunday's events, the Villains had been trending upward over the last month, and Bunn has been an integral part of what success they have been able to garner. He will look to bounce back versus Stoke in Matchweek 27.

February 7, 2016

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Bunn hauled in three saves and posted a clean sheet during Villa's 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.

It was a terrific game for Bunn who's been very solid of late, with 12 saves, three clean sheets and only three goals conceded in the five games since he took over for Brad Guzan. Those stats have helped the Villans steal two wins and suffer only one defeat over that span. He'll have more work to do on Sunday when Aston Villa host hard-pressing Liverpool.

February 3, 2016

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Bunn hauled in four saves but conceded twice in the 2-0 away loss to West Ham on Tuesday.

After an exceptional start of his tenure at the Villa goal Bunn now checks in six goals allowed and two losses in as many games. He's still playing well but until Villa pick up the slack and start playing more quality football his fantasy upside will be significantly limited. The perfect opportunity for that comes on Saturday when the Villans are hosting the five-straight-losses Canaries.

January 24, 2016

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Bunn had no saves but snatched a clean sheet in the scoreless draw to West Brom on Saturday.

Bunn was untroubled in his third consecutive start, posting his second shutout since displacing Brad Guzan as the starter. Surprisingly, Villa seem to be on a defensive fantasy run with three games without a loss, two clean sheets and only one goal allowed in that span. Bunn is facing a tough challenge, however, on Feb. 2 when Villa visit West Ham.

January 16, 2016

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Bunn made four saves and conceded one goal in a 1-1 draw to Leicester City on Saturday.

This marked Bunn's second-straight start and the team is playing much better with him in goal. They now have four points under his belt and that's a vast improvement after sitting in dead-last all season. They might stick with Bunn to try to give this team a needed boost in order to stay up this season. Keep an eye on the starting Xi for Villa's next match against West Brom next Saturday.