West Ham Vs Aston Villa Betting Tip: Draw – 30 November 2020

Spoils shared in clash of the Clarets

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England West Ham Vs Aston Villa England

Monday 30th November 2020 – 20:00 (kick-off)
English Premier League
Pick: Draw
Odds: 27/10
Bookmaker: Unibet
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 27th November 2020)

Preview: The honours were shared last season as these teams contested a pair of draws, with Jack Grealish’s 84th minute strike on the final day cancelled out a minute later by Andriy Yarmolenko in a 1-1 draw at London Stadium. Situated side-by-side in the table, another tight encounter seems inevitable.

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West Ham Preview – Moyes’ critics conspicuously quiet?

Making only his third start in the league this season, Sebastien Haller produced the sort of finish in last week’s 1-0 victory away at Sheffield United that the club would have expected to see on a near regular basis when making the former Eintracht Frankfurt forward the most expensive acquisition in West Ham’s history. The 26-year-old’s drilled effort helping the team climb back into the top half of the table.

West Ham (W4 D2 L3) resided in eighth ahead of the weekend’s Premier League action, having lost just once – 2-1 at Anfield away to champions Liverpool, a game which saw them take the lead – in their last seven top-flight matches. David Moyes’ side winning back-to-back games for the second time in 2020/21, with last week’s result mirroring the 1-0 scoreline earned in their preceding fixture, at home to lowly Fulham.

The last time the Hammers won three successive Premier League games was May 2019, while they haven’t won three consecutively without letting in a goal for nearly six years. Here at London Stadium meanwhile, they are unbeaten in three. That is no mean feat considering they had faced Man City and Wolves prior to Fulham, holding the former to a 1-1 draw but outclassing a surprisingly abject Wolves side 4-0.


1-1 Draw (Correct Score)



Aston Villa Preview – Recent dip threatens perfect away record?

According to Opta, Dean Smith has made the fewest alterations to his starting XI of any manager in the Premier League this season. That continuity has paid dividends so far, with Aston Villa (W5 L3) still riding high in seventh despite losing three of the last four since a run of four straight victories at the start of the campaign. The Villa boss will now be forced into at least one change, however, with Ross Barkley ruled out.

On the plus side, Villa’s record away from home this season, and in particular London, is faultless (W3). Either side of their last-gasp victory away in Leicester, in which Barkley’s late long-range effort settled an uneventful contest at King Power Stadium, were 3-0 wins over Fulham and Arsenal meaning the Villains have now won as many games in London in 2020/21 (2/2) as in their previous 21 fixtures in the capital.

Furthermore, Dean Smith’s men are the only side in the Premier League to have not conceded a single goal on the road so far. Meanwhile, the last time they managed four consecutive away wins in the top-flight was more than a decade ago, having never gone their opening four away fixtures without dropping a point. No shortage of incentive, then, as Villa attempt to consolidate a place in the top half of the table.

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West Ham Vs Aston Villa Betting Advice

Aston Villa’s exceptional start to the season has lost its vibrancy following three league defeats in four. All three were at Villa Park though, whereas their record away from home remains flawless after wins at Arsenal, Fulham and Leicester. West Ham will hope to avoid becoming the third capital side to lose at home to Villa therefore, and appear well-placed to do so having collecting seven points from the last nine on offer at home.


West Ham Vs Aston Villa – Key Facts:

  • Three Premier League home games without defeat now for West Ham (W2 D1), with no team conceding fewer goals at home (3 in 4) than the Hammers.
  • Aston Villa boast a perfect away record this season (W3) and are the only side to have not conceded in an away fixture thus far.
  • Both Premier League meetings in 2019/20 ended in draws. A goalless draw at Villa Park was followed by a 1-1 draw in London, when both goals were scored in the final six minutes.


The conditions for goals don’t look especially favourable. West Ham have conceded just three in four home games so far this season, while Aston Villa have walked away from each of their three away encounters with maximum points and a clean sheet. Moreover, both league meetings in 2019/20 were evenly fought, with a 0-0 draw at Villa Park followed by a 1-1 draw here at the London Stadium. Another stalemate appeals.

Best Betting Odds – West Ham Vs Aston Villa

West Ham – 13/10 (PaddyPower)
Draw – 27/10 (Unibet)
Aston Villa – 21/10 (Betway)