Aston Villa vs Everton by Rainbow-Bet
Five Premier League matches are scheduled for today, we take a closer look on one of them. Bottom tables Aston Villa takes on Everton at Villa Park, none of the clubs can be happy with just a draw in this match. The away side also got a top scorer who is eager to continue climbing on the league's top scorer list.
Remi Garde and his Aston Villa side looks terrible at the moment, nothing goes their way and the still conceding a lot of goals. Are at the bottom of the table on a 20th. The home stats at Villa Park shows poor 2-4-7, the worst home side in the league. Garde is struggling to find a recipe that works for the Birmingham-club, he's tried to change in the starting lineup and also changed a lot on his formation. Both 4-3-3, 4-5-1 and 4-4-1-1 have been tested, without any extreme luck.
On Aston Villa's last 5 matches they've only won 1 (against poor away side Norwich at Villa Park), the remaining 4 matches has been lost. 2-1 against Stoke, an ugly 0-6 defeat to Liverpool, a 2-0 loss to West Ham and FA Cup exit with 0-4 against Manchester City. In the win against Norwich, Remi Garde tried an attacking 4-3-3 formation, but he'll not take a risk with the same formation tonight against a Everton side who likes to play in spaces and are strong on counter attacks.
Injury list Aston Villa:
Jordan Amavi (defender)
Carlos Sanchez (midfield)
Jack Grealish (midfield)
Adama Traore (midfield)
Libor Kozak (striker)
Expected lineup Aston Villa:
Hutton – Okore – Lescott – Cissokho
Ayew – Bacuna – Gueye – Sinclair
Roberto Martinez's Everton lies on a 12th place, a bit under the expectations. Away from home they've got 4-7-1. And this extreme amount of draws is the problem for Everton and the 12th place is a result of that. This season we've seen a Everton with a high top-level and low bottom level in matches, but in this match a draw is now good for either teams.
While the home team's only won 1 of their last 5, Everton's just lost 1 of their last 5 games. The defeat came surprisingly at home against West Bromwich. They've knocked out Carlisle and Bornemouth from the FA Cup, and won 3-0 at home to Newcastle and won 0-3 against Stoke at Britannia.
Still a few injuries in the Everton squad, but without any importance. Tony Hibbert (defender), Tyias Browning (defender), Darren Gibson (midfield) and Muhamed Besic (midfield) are the injured players.
Expected lineup Everton:
Coleman – Jagielka – Mori – Oviedo
McCarthy – Barry
Lennon – Barkley – Cleverley
On the last 7 meetings between these clubs, Everton's won 5, Aston Villa won 1, and 1 has ended in a draw. We believe Everton is too strong for Aston Villa today. Up top for Everton is Romelu Lukaku who's scored 16 league goals so far (equally to Harry Kane) and is 3 goals behind the league's top scorer Jamie Vardy. The strong Belgian striker will give it all to close the gap to his top scorer rival from Leicester. Lukaku is the penalty taker for Everton and also takes a few free kicks in good shooting positions. Everton's top scorer's got a fantastic stat against Aston Villa. On his 4 matches against the Birmingham-club, he's scored 5 goals, we believe the stat could improve after today's match.
We bet on an Everton win combined with a Lukaku goal. Good luck!
Aston Villa – Everton 2 & Lukaku to score
|2 & Lukaku to score anytime||Unibet||2.95||5||1-3 & Scored WON (+9.75 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.