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EPL: AVFC vs SaintsFC

Southampton visited Villa Park in the 7th round of the Premier League with host Aston Villa. Examining their past headups that lasted from May 16, 2015 shows us Southampton won 4/6 wins. There are also a lot of goals in those matches, with 24 goals, 4 goals per game on average.

Aston Villa hopes to return here after their 0-3 Premier League loss in their last match against Leeds United. In that match, Aston Villa had 40% possession of the ball and 12 finishes, of which 4 times they hit the target, they got 3 quick goals from 55 to 74 minutes. From their previous series of clashes led Up to this match, up to 5 times only 1 team scored. Before this match, Aston Villa left without a win against Southampton in the last 7 matches. Dean Smith would of course consider a few things after Aston Villa's 0-3 defeat to Leeds last round but otherwise it would have been a good start to the season and the same roster will have one more time here. . There is a possibility that Bertrand Traore can replace Trezeguet on the right wing for the home team and Tom Heaton. 

Southampton will enter their next encounter following a 2-0 Premier League win over Everton in their last match. In that match, Southampton had 54% possession of the ball and 12 shots on goal, including 6 hits, goals scored by James Ward-Prowse (27 ') and Che Adams (35 '). Goals have been scored 20 times in the last six matches that Southampton have played, averaging 3.33 goals per game, their opponents have scored 10 of these. An analysis of their previous results showed that Southampton were still unbeaten to Aston Villa in away games against them in their last 5 league matches and were unbeaten in their previous 2 away games. Theo Walcott was present after a missed Southampton win over Everton due to terms of his loan agreement, He's competing with Stuart Armstrong to start on the right flank. However, Ralph Hasenhuttl can reward the team with a fantastic start to the top team Everton with another opening game at Villa Park. That means rookie Ibrahima Diallo will settle for another spot on the bench, along with the likes of Walcott and Shane Long.