The big final of the playoffs came and both teams are ready to play the game all year round. Both did not start well in the first half of the championship, but with very good stacks they reached fourth and third place respectively.
Ashton Villa closed the Middlesbrough semifinals with 0-1 and 0-0, while Fulham left Derby, defeating 1-0 in the first match, but 2-0. Both Villa and Fulham deserved their qualification as they were better in both games.
Aston Villa with Steve Brues on the bench has a small advantage, as the prolific technician has already measured 4 in the Premier League, with 2 / 2 winning finals in playoffs with Birmingham and Hull in previous years. Qualitatively her roster is good and has the experience to handle such a game.
On the other hand, Fulham of Yokanovic is clearly a more infinite group, both in finals and age in his roster. The player who stands out this season is the young aggressor Chesenion, who is already looking for big clubs, having heard the name of Manchester United stronger, and Mitrovic, who came to Newcastle in January, has helped the most in the game.
I think that in such a match experience is more than excitement, and in this area Aston Villa is superior. Bruce (a photo from the rise of Hull before 3 years) has the magic filter on the anodes and I believe he will use it today. To win the prize, Aston Villa pays 2,30 and of course covers a possible prolongation and penalty shootout.