Arsenal Vs Aston Villa; Betting Tips and Prediction

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Betting odds and Tips for Arsenal Vs Aston Villa

Arsenal has an odd of 1.97 (bet ₹100 and wins₹197 if Arsenalwins). Bet Now

If this match Draws then odd is 3.66. (bet ₹100 and win ₹366 if draws). Bet Now

Aston Villa has an odd of 3.73. (bet ₹100 and win ₹373 if Aston Villa’s). Bet Now

More Odds & Betting Tips Arsenal Vs Aston Villa

  • If you place a bet for total scoring of goals over 2.5, the odds are 1.77. (₹100 bet will return ₹177). Bet Now
  • If you place a bet for total score of goals under 2.5, the odds are 2.06. (₹100 bet will return ₹206). Bet Now
  • Place a Bet If Home team Arsenalbeat the first goal then it has odds of 1.69. (₹100 bet will return₹169). Bet Now
  • Place a Bet If Aston Villabeats the first goal, then it has odds of 2.40. (₹100 bet will return 240). Bet Now

Match Details-

Match: Arsenal Vs Aston Villa Premier League 2021-22

Date: October 23, 2021

Time: 12:30 AM (IST)

Venue: Emirates Stadium, London

Squad Comparison


Mikel Arteta will have to make key decisions dependent on which of his players will be unavailable for the Villa game. The loss of Bukayo Saka, who is still recovering from his James McArthur kick, maybe a major setback. His absence from training over the week was confirmed by the manager, thereby ruling him out for Friday. He was seen in the most recent training photos, although he may not be totally fit. Granit Xhaka is still recovering from a knee injury and is expected to be sidelined until the new year. Arteta’s ability to form an effective midfield combination has been hampered by his absence.

The core players have so far struggled, prompting him to make more methodical changes. Despite his high-profile blunder against Palace, Albert SambiLokonga is still in contention to play with Thomas Partey in a double midfield pivot. In addition to the Ghanaian, Arteta may start with the same setup versus Villa, with Emile Smith Rowe and Martin Odegaard in midfield. The latter style gives attackers more flexibility, but it places too much strain on Partey, who is the lone holding midfielder. The addition of Lokonga might allow for a more balanced midfield, however, we believe it will still be a three-man midfield with a focus on attacking play.

Arsenal’s playing XI

Ramsdale; Tierney, Gabriel, White, Tomiyasu; Smith-Rowe, Partey, Odegaard; Pepe, Lacazette, Aubameyang

Aston Villa

Dean Smith will be able to have an almost complete squad against Arsenal. It’s anyone’s guess how he decides on his starting lineup. Villa has been cautious in recent games, with Smith opting to keep several of his high-profile offensive players on the bench. Emiliano Buendia is returning to the starting lineup after a few games on the bench. With Smith set to keep his two strikers upfront, he may be in line for a start against the Emirates. As the front two, Danny Ings and Ollie Watkins will be eager to continue their blossoming connection. Doubts about Emiliano Martinez and Douglas Luiz were dispelled last weekend as they began against the odds in the Wolves game after returning from South America in less than 24 hours.

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Meanwhile, Leon Bailey, who sparkled until suffering an injury against Everton, has been cleared to play, but we doubt he will be risked right away. Trezeguet is the only player who is certain to miss this game. Morgan Sanson might make an appearance, most likely off the bench, marking his long-awaited return to Premier League action. Smith’s team might keep its structure, with a back three being the most likely configuration for Friday. Axel Tuanzebe may be able to maintain his position at the centre of the defence. Matty Cash, who was forced off due to a dead leg, is anticipated to be fit and return to his right wing-back position.

Aston Villa’s playing XI

Martinez; Mings, Tuanzebe, Konsa; Targett, Luiz, McGinn, Cash; Buendia; Watkins, Ings

Match prediction for Arsenal vs Aston Villa.

Dean Smith’s team has had a patchy road record, which might continue on their journey to north London. While they have a good record against Arsenal in previous seasons, particularly at the Emirates, they face a Gunners team eager for a win to stop a two-game losing streak. Arsenal might win owing to their greater attacking quality in what is expected to be a tense match at the Emirates. Villa has several fantastic players on their team, but they may struggle to win three points away from home against Arteta’s side.

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