Aston Villa Vs Everton Betting Tip: Everton DNB – 13 May 2021

Toffees unlikely to come unstuck at Villa Park

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England Aston Villa Vs Everton England

Thursday 13th May 2021 – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
English Premier League
Pick: Everton Draw No Bet
Odds: 23/25
Bookmaker: Unibet
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 10th May 2021)

Preview: Meeting for the second occasion in twelve days, Aston Villa are looking to wrap up their first Premier League double against Everton since 2000-01, having prevailed 2-1 at Goodison Park when these sides met on 1 May.

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Aston Villa – Villa Park toils set to continue?

Only two teams, Fulham and Sheffield United, have recorded more home defeats in the Premier League this season than Aston Villa (W14 D6 L14). Both that aforementioned duo are set for the Championship next term, which highlights the bad company Dean Smith and his team are keeping. Nevertheless, it has been a vastly improved campaign from the last, and there still remains the possibility of a top-half finish.

Three points on Thursday would see them climb back above Leeds into tenth, ahead of trips to Crystal Palace and Tottenham before rounding off the season at home to Chelsea. Sunday’s 3-1 defeat at home to Manchester United was their third in five games though, while it was a sixth winless outing in seven at Villa Park (D2 L4) having beaten only third-from-bottom Fulham here since the first week of February.

Fortunately, they do possess a useful record against their next opponents, whom they beat 2-1 on Merseyside under two weeks ago. Since the start of last season Villa have earned seven of a possible nine points versus Everton, claiming a 2-0 victory when these sides last met at this venue. However, any further success will need to be achieved without 13-goal top-scorer Ollie Watkins, who is suspended.



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Everton – More sweet away day success for Toffees?

Sunday’s gritty win over top-four aspirants West Ham made it successive 1-0 away victories for Everton (W16 D7 L11), who now find only Man City ahead of them when it comes to most matches won away from home in this season’s Premier League. Should they chalk up away win number twelve at Villa Park on Thursday, they will climb above their Merseyside rivals Liverpool and within a point of fifth-place.

Thankfully then, Carlo Ancelotti takes his side back out on the road for this midweek fixture. The Italian may also seek out encouragement from the club’s record when playing on a Thursday – they’re unbeaten in four (D2 L2), whereas upcoming opponents Villa have one win from eight such matches. Furthermore, the Toffees can boast three wins across their previous five visits to this ground.

Everton succumbed 2-0 in this fixture last season though. However their record in the Midlands is another positive for Ancelotti, producing hard-fought victories at Villa’s local rivals West Brom and Wolves. Dominic Calvert-Lewin wasn’t on target in either but did net the all important winner last weekend, his sixteenth of the season and only two shy of the club’s all-time record for a single Premier League campaign.

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Aston Villa Vs Everton Betting Advice

Following a 2-1 win at Goodison Park earlier this month, Aston Villa remain unbeaten in league competition against Everton since the latter’s promotion in 2019-20. This includes a 2-0 triumph here at Villa Park last season. However, home wins are proving harder to come by second time around, and especially of late, which will be music to the ears of Thursday’s visitors who are among the best travellers in the division.


Aston Villa Vs Everton – Key Facts:

  • After a 2-1 win 12 days ago, Aston Villa are looking to extend their unbeaten run against Everton to four matches having also claimed a 2-0 victory at Villa Park last season.
  • Aston Villa have won only one of their past seven Premier League home games (D2 L4). Meanwhile, each of their last six league games seen both teams score.
  • Everton are seeking a third consecutive away league win, while they have now lost just one of their previous 13 Premier League away games (W8 D4).


Everton have won 11 times away from home this season, which is a figure only leaders Man City can better. There were wins at Arsenal, Leicester, Liverpool, Tottenham and West Ham – all superior sides than Aston Villa, at least according to the table. Meanwhile the hosts won’t even be at full strength on Thursday, with manager Dean Smith without Jack Grealish and Ollie Watkins, the pair with 33 goals involvements between them.

Best Betting Odds – Aston Villa Vs Everton

Aston Villa – 17/10 (Unibet)
Draw – 23/10 (PaddyPower)
Everton – 13/8 (Betfair)