EPL: Liverpool vs Aston Villa




With only 1 point behind the leading team Manchester City in the English Premier League table, Liverpool are holding many opportunities to rise to the top of the table. By just winning all 3 points against a not-so-strong opponent, Aston Villa, the home team will be very close to the ability to achieve their goal.

From the beginning of the season until now, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are playing very stable. In the Premier League at this time, The Kop is a team that is still unbeaten with a record of 4 wins after the last 4 rounds. Currently, despite being ranked 2nd in the table, the Anfield team is only 1 point behind the top of the table Manchester City. That means, if they win with any score against Aston Villa this Saturday, Salah and his teammates will have a great chance to climb to the top of the table. This is what the fans of the Port City team are waiting for.

The possibility of this becoming a reality is huge. Because Liverpool’s home form is very convincing. In the last 5 home matches, coach Jurgen Klopp’s army is unbeaten and won 4 victories. Most recently at Anfield, The Kop easily defeated a weaker opponent, Southampton with a bold score of 4-0.

The start of the season is not very impressive, but Aston Villa is gradually returning in the past few matches. In the last 3/4 matches, the team under the direction of coach Steven Gerrard has not tasted defeat. The Villa won 2-1 against Leicester City in the 15th round of the Premier League. A win that means a lot professionally when the Foxes are just a nasty team,

Moreover, it also has great spiritual significance, helping them to be confident in the upcoming journey. However, in terms of the confrontation factor in the match against Liverpool in this round, Aston Villa is a weaker team than the opponent. In the last 4 encounters between the two sides, Liverpool have 3 wins, while Aston Villa only once did the same. In addition, entering this match, teachers and coaches Steven Gerrard also have a bad away record with the last 3/4 defeats.

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