Aston Villa vs Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 2nd November 2019

Liverpool to leave Villa Park with three points

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Betting Tips – Premier League, 2nd November 3.00pm

Liverpool dug one out last weekend at home against Spurs after having fallen behind early in the game. So they are still motoring along at the top of the table and even if performances haven’t been great, the results have still been there. Aston Villa were beaten by Man City last weekend. What awaits them against the Reds? Read our predictions for Aston Villa vs Liverpool.

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Betting Odds*

Aston Villa 8/1
Draw 4/1
Liverpool 1/3

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Aston Villa News and Form – Can Villa get the better of Liverpool?

Aston Villa made a trip to Manchester City last weekend and suffered 3-0 loss. That snapped a three-match undefeated streak of form that the Villains had been on. At home this season in the top flight Villa are W2 D2 L1 and they have not been beaten in their last four there. Will they be able to rattle Liverpool’s cage? They did stick in there for a half time draw at Man City last weekend after all.

Total Goals Exact – 3
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Aston Villa have scored at least two goals in four of their last five league games, so they have been producing. They have netted exactly two in each of their last two at home. Overall they are averaging 1.4 goals per home fixture this season and 60% of league games there have gone over 2.5 goals. It is two clean sheets that the Villains have bagged at home.

So it hasn’t been a bad home campaign from them at all, but home and away they have no clean sheet in five. So they will likely have trouble shutting Liverpool down. 81% of all the goals that Aston Villa have conceded in the league this season have been in the second half of games. That suggests a high degree of vulnerability in trying to close out games. Only three teams have conceded more goals than Villa have done this season.

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Head to Head

This is the first meeting since 2016
Liverpool won the last two league meetings
The Reds are W3 L2 in their last five against Villa in all competitions
Aston Villa conceded 9 goals in the 2015/16 season against the Reds

 

Key-Facts – Aston Villa vs Liverpool

  • Liverpool are unbeaten this season still
  • Aston Villa are undefeated in their last four home games
  • Liverpool have conceded just 3 away goals

 

Liverpool News and Form – Will Liverpool claim victory at Villa Park?

Liverpool conceded in the first minute of their home game against Spurs last weekend but turned things around at Anfield for the win. That kept their 6 point advantage over Man City at the head of the table. Liverpool are going through some serious challenges, but they just don’t seem to break and are going to take some stopping. Liverpool have just two clean sheets this season.

The two clean sheets that they have earned have been out on the road. All but one of the last four wins that Liverpool have taken in the league have been by a 2-1 scoreline. So that may be a decent correct score betting trend to consider for the game. Liverpool won their first four away games of the season, but their winning streak was snapped in a 1-1 draw at Man Utd in their last road fixture.

The Reds average 1.8 goals per road game for the season, shipping only the three goals. So that has been a good defensive away return. Three of their four road wins have been by one goal margin, and the Reds have been leading at the break in 3 of their 5 on the road. Liverpool have scored the opening goal in 7 of 10 league games this season and have the best away record in the division.

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Tips & Odds

Liverpool to win & both teams to score at 13/8
2-1 Correct score Liverpool at 7/1

* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.)

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Predictions

Liverpool to win: Aston Villa may do enough to get on the scoreboard, but probably not enough to get a win in the fixture. Liverpool just keep churning out the results even when they are under pressure. They aren’t showing signs of breaking yet. Away win.


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