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Tottenham vs Aston Villa: Predictions
Ryan Mason’s Spurs welcome fans back to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Wednesday evening for the first time this year as 10,000 of the Spurs faithful are set to watch their side in their final home game of the season. Spurs remain unbeaten under Mason at their north London home after dispatching Wolves in a comfortable 2-0 win on the weekend.
Aston Villa’s fight for a top-half finish took yet another blow on the weekend after they suffered defeat in their away game against Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace. Despite taking the lead on two occasions, Dean Smith’s men showed a soft side against a Palace side who had just one win to their name in their six games prior to the clash on Sunday.
Another season in the Europa League was not what Spurs were hoping for coming into this season, however, it is now realistically the best they can hope for. Despite a stunning start to the campaign, Spurs quickly slumped down to seventh spot following the turn of the year and have failed to recover as they now find themselves scrapping for a spot in the top six.
Villa have been boosted by the return of Jack Grealish. The midfielder has not made much of an impact on the side in his few minutes since returning from his shin injury, however, Smith will hope he will be fit enough to get more minutes under his belt in north London on Wednesday with a top 10 finish still possible – albeit just.
Tottenham vs Aston Villa: Match Stats
Harry Kane has his eyes firmly on the Golden Boot trophy. The 27-year-old already has two Premier League Golden Boots to his name and with just two games remaining of the campaign he will be looking to tip Mohamed Salah to the trophy with both forwards on 22 goals for the season.
No Tottenham player has completed more passes than summer signing, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (2615) – only Manchester City’s Rodri has more (2685). The Danish midfield general had a Man of the Match showing on Sunday against Wolves and alongside his goal and assist the 25-year-old was able to complete 86 successful passes. Spurs will be hoping for more of the same on Wednesday in front of their fans and the Dane will likely be at the centre of the action.
Tottenham vs Aston Villa: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Tottenham 3-1 Aston Villa
Tottenham vs Aston Villa: Odds
Aston Villa vs Tottenham: Head to Head
21 March 2021 – Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham – Premier League
16 Feb 2020 – Aston Villa 2-3 Tottenham – Premier League
10 Aug 2019 – Tottenham 3-1 Aston Villa – Premier League
08 Jan 2017 – Tottenham 2-0 Aston Villa – FA Cup
13 Mar 2016 – Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham – Premier League
02 Nov 2015 – Tottenham 3-1 Aston Villa – Premier League
Historically this is not a fixture where Villa have enjoyed much success. In fact, the club has lost 12 of their last 13 matches against Spurs, with the sole win in that time coming six years ago under Tim Sherwood.