Aston Villa vs Everton for the English Premier League championship match on Friday at Villa Park Stadium.
Aston Villa, who will play their second home match, is entering this matchday having a start of the season that could hardly be worse than it has been so far.
The team from Birmingham City enters this match of matchday 3 Premier League with two defeats added up in the two games already played in the league, which puts it already at risk of having a bad season (which in the worst case can translate into the descent to the 2nd level of English football), after being defeated by Bournemouth (1-2) and Tottenham (1-3).
The Everton team comes to this new Premier League match with a record that is not bad, as the away team follows with 4 points in 2 games, having won Watford (1-0) and tied 0 at Crystal Palace.
This means that Marco Silva’s team are, for now, having a relatively quiet start in the new Premier League season, with the question of whether they will continue to maintain unbeaten record after this matchday three clash.
Given that we have here a match between two teams that tend to present themselves by a football with especially offensive concerns, in that they are teams trying to play a more attacking and fluid football.
In case of Everton due to the mentality Marco Silva’s offensive, while at Aston Villa it is believed that the team will maintain the offensive momentum it had shown last season (where it ended with an excellent account of goals scored, more than 80 in the Championship alone).
Given the many goals that have taken place in recent games from the hosts, I believe we can have an exciting match here in offensive terms and with some goals scored.