Match: Aston Villa – Chelsea Preview, Predictions and Betting Tips
Date: Saturday, 02 April, 2016
Start time: 12:45 GMT
The opening match of the 32nd round in the ‘Premier League’ between teams Aston Villa and Chelsea. The last in the standings host the current champion on Saturday, April 2 from 12:45 GMT at “Villa Park”.
After a few more rounds Aston Villa might fall practice of the Premier League as there are a total of only 15 points, with twelve fewer than 17th Norwich. While there is a chance to stay in the elite team must fight and must do everything in his power to win a point or three against Chelsea. “The Villans” are a series of six consecutive losses in the championship as the scored only two goals in those games. In the last round Aston Villa gave away to Swansea 0:1, and before that was beaten by Tottenham 0:2 at home.
The situation at the club is quite severe as some employees left. Coach Remi Garde team still led the team but is unlikely to lead the team next season. In the upcoming match, the specialist will be able to count on the injured Jack Grealish , Libor Kozak and Jordan Amavi.
Chelsea is in 10th position in the ranking with a total of 41 points and nine lags Zone Europa League. “The Blues” have no other alternative except victory in the upcoming match. Chelsea are already without success in four consecutive games in all competitions in their last match did draw 2:2 at home against West Ham.
Guus Hiddink will attempt to win the most points by the end of the season and he has the first chance to end the negative series. Dutch specialist will rely on Loic Remy in attack as the youngster Kennedy will get a chance on the wing and Alexandre Pato will remain on the bench.
Eden Hazard got a thigh injury and will be sidelined for the upcoming game. Radamel Falcao is still in the infirmary, and Kurt Zouma, while Diego Costa is suspended.
Chelsea will try to return to winning ways in the upcoming visit of Aston Villa, who is the team with the most defeats in the Premier League this season. Despite the obvious decline in their form, I expect “The Blues” to earn much-needed points to leave their hopes to qualify in Europa League alive.