Aston Villa v Everton Odds : Back Toffees and Fellaini to fire at big price for away win

Everton head to the Midlands on Saturday afternoon to go up against Aston Villa at Villa Park, with Victor Chandler announcing free bets on the game and reporting punters are piling into their price of 8/5 on the Everton away win.

The Villains lost their opening encounter of the season away to West Ham, something which would have disappointed new manager Paul Lambert as the odds on Aston Villa v Everton suggest an away win.

Lambert’s men did not cause their opponents too many problems and Darren Bent was left fairly isolated up-front.

They are sure to come out and attack more on home soil though and will be looking to make Villa Park a tough place for opponents to come this campaign.

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Villa only just managed to beat the drop last season and despite a new manager that is a very exciting prospect – they could be in a relegation battle again this time out if they get off to a poor start.

The Midlands club will see their next six matches as winnable fixtures and if they can get the service right for Bent, he is sure to be amongst the goals as there are not many better finishers in the league.

As for Everton, they could not be in better spirits at the moment after a superb victory at home to Manchester United on Monday evening.

The Toffees really took the match to United and outplayed them for the majority of the 90 minutes. It certainly got rid of their tag as slow starters to the season and if they can continue that kind of form, will be genuine challengers for the top four.

Marouane Fellaini was incredible on Monday. He bullied the opposition and scored the all important winning goal.

Now, David Moyes will want something similar from his men away from home. It will be a tough match for them but with the confidence they are sure to have, Everton could be victorious again.

It certainly looks to be a great game between one side looking to kick-start their campaign and the other looking to maintain a very high standard that was set on the opening day. Kick-off is at 3pm.

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