A doubleheader from the English Premier League as Sky Sports Super Sunday returns to our screens. It’s been worth the wait and we get the afternoon moving with what promises to be an exciting match involving Aston Villa and Tottenham at Villa Park. Who will come out on top?
A Closer Look
Bookmakers believe they know and have put their trust in the form side who will emerge from the away dressing room. Jose Mourinho has improved Spurs and will target another three points when lining up against an opponent lower in the division. Place your bets on the outcome pre-match or take advantage of the in-play betting options.
Aston Villa came up from the Championship last season and was expected to struggle, many pundits picking them out as a team destined to go straight back down again. There’s still plenty of football to be played at this stage of the season and many points there to be won but the early signs don’t look particularly promising for those loyal to the Villa cause. They are battling relegation and struggling to find any kind of consistency. Traders have no sympathy, of course, and offer the local win at as big as 7/2, a price you’ll get at Bet365.
Another Win for the Special One?
Tottenham appears to have turned the corner since Mourinho arrived in London and the special one led his employers to a dramatic win over Manchester City recently. They are right back in the hunt for a top-four finish and the way the division looks at present you’d fancy them to get the job done. Tottenham is favourite to win at Villa Park and you can back them in your weekend accumulators at a manageable 41/50 – best price with Unibet.