Aston Villa are planning to get creative at Villa Park when the Premier League season resumes.

With all games to be played behind-closed-doors, the club have revealed plans to add an element of atmosphere to what will be an eerie experience for the players.

Fans have been encouraged to send in flags to hang around the ground, with Villa also hoping to have pitchside LED screens broadcasting video of supporters cheering their side on.

Plans also include generating a mosaic made up of social media profile pictures of Aston Villa supporters.

Dean Smith’s men return to top flight action on Wednesday, June 17 against Sheffield United.

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