Matchday Three of the Premier League gets underway from the famous Villa Park in Birmingham on Friday afternoon.
Aston Villa were recently promoted to the league this season, but a first two games has their fans in a fashion. Villa were expected to be one but after a loss in the a week to Bournemouth, it seems they will have a tougher go of things than first thought. Though it has been two fixtures, all those new signings haven’t positively affected as many pundits believed, change.
Because they welcome Everton for their fixture of the season it won’t get any easier. The Toffees are coming off a huge home win every week, one where they were in control. Their play the ball has been stellar under Marco Silva, and if their high-profile imports interpret into goal-scoring, Everton could be the side.
This match-up should provide a lot of intrigue and a few despair out of a Villa side. Many pegged these to be one but their start has not inspired confidence. Keep reading below the chances to get a breakdown that is strategic, and betting prediction to keep the wins rolling up from Matchday Three.
Aston Villa (+205)
More than 2.5 (-120)
Under 2.5 (+100)
Much like their match in week two against Bournemouth, anticipate the Villans are the aggressors out of kick-off. They realize they need to be in shape at home, also will be targeting securing their first win in the Premier League. With their wealth of ability, search for Aston Villa to have a go, particularly early in the match.
Everton nevertheless have solidified their back-line and are in fact the only team which has yet to concede a goal this year. They’ve now secured ten wash sheets out of their 13 fixtures, and it’s clear on to defend that this team has been coached by Marco Silva. Expect the Toffees to be able to withstand the noise, noise, and offensive assault Aston Villa delivers in the early phases of the game, until countering with opportunities of their own.
Everton don’t hesitate to see new imports Moise Kean and Alex Iwobi earn starts after seat stints and have plenty of skill. That duo paired with all an Richarlison that is harmful ought to be in a position to muster a goal as the Toffees look to become assertive in the attacking third of the pitch.
Finally, look for Villa to come out firing.?? They will score control a lot of the ball and general ownership — but for Everton to storm back with a objective of their own. Given the fact that Villa should be distressed to secure a stage and the nature of both sides, a draw seems to be great significance in this contest, although both teams to score is an intriguing marketplace.