Where: Tottenham Stadium, London, EnglandWhen: Sunday, November 26, 3 pm CET
The Spurs have back-to-back losses and are not the leaders anymore. On top of that, they have to deal with James Maddison’s injury and a very tough rival. Aston Villa’s form is constantly going up, and the former European champs are coming to London aiming a victory. It would not only bring three points, but the respect and attention of the media because Aston Villa’s performances are often under the radar these days.
Tottenham vs. Aston Villa Preview
Without James Maddison, the Spurs will be a completely different team, and that’s something everybody sees. The creative midfielder was the heart of the unit, and even though we often saw others in scoring and assisting roles, Tottenham heavily depended upon Maddison’s playmaking.
The Spurs are a team that relies upon transition and quickness. Son and a couple more players can outrun any defense in the world, especially when they have an open field ahead of themselves.
In five games at home this season, Tottenham won four, losing only against Chelsea, which was the only meeting in which the Spurs failed to score twice.
We love what Emery did with Villa this season. They are looking potent in the attack and tactically very well equipped. Right now, the Villans are only three points away from the top spot, sitting fifth in the standings.
What just a few noticed is that Villa has the second-best attack in the Premiership with 29 goals. When looking overall, we’ve seen 48 goals in 12 of their appearances, which is astonishing, we need to admit.
Counting in the Europa Conference League, Villa has four wins on the road, with four losses and one tie. Six of these contests have finished with three or more hits.
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Tottenham and Aston Villa Possible Lineups
Tottenham: Vicario; Porro, Dier, Van de Ven, Royale; Sarr, Betancur; Kulusevski, Hojbjerg, Johnson; Son
Aston Villa: Martinez; Cash, Konsa, Torres, Digne; Kamara, Luiz; McGinn, Diaby, Zaniolo; Watkins
*at the time of writing, these lineups were relevant
Tottenham vs. Aston Villa Head to Head
Villa defeated Tottenham on both occasions last year. The first meeting was in London, 0-2, while the second saw the Villains triumphing at home, 2-1. Douglas Luiz scored in both of these events, presenting the key figure for Aston Villa’s success.
When it comes to efficiency, five of the previous six direct meetings saw over 2.5 goals.
Tottenham vs. Aston Villa Predictions
Offensive and aggressive football with high intensity is the trademark of both of these units. They are all about scoring goals, and their respective goal differences show us that. The odds on over 2.5 goals aren’t that high, but the risk is low, and when we weigh in all the pros and cons, this is the top pick for Sunday’s meeting. We expect to see a very fierce and entertaining battle, with plenty of chances and, hopefully, many goals.
Our verdict: Over 2.5 goals
Tottenham versus Aston Villa Odds
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