In Birmingham, and in particular Villa Park, the 5's curtain falls on the Premier League. The now-bright Aston Villa welcoming West Ham wants to re-establish itself on the island's big block and make its absence from it a bad parenthesis.
In its first year after its return, the big bet is staying and nothing else. On the eve of the battle he has to see this match only Norwich gets the 3 points and in turn wants to get the same points from today's first to climb below the midpoint and secondly why follows a trip to London on Arsenal which means he may be left out. The defeat by Crystal Palace had preceded the 1-0 defeat, and with this data tonight the villagers have to get something out of the match.
Opposite them they don't have any of the Big 6 but that doesn't mean West Ham is in their hands. The Londoners were on top before the break where they also collected 6 points in the last two, with Norwich and Watford out. The hammer technician wants to put more emphasis on the defensive function of his team and said he was pleased in this area after the victory over Norwich.
For Aston Villa it is not time for risky things and I think they will be cautious in fear of a new defeat. In conjunction with the West Ham game that will put a lot of weight behind, I appreciate that we will have a game that will be judged in detail. The home team has to contrast the passion with the best West Ham and I disagree with the odds that give more luck to the ace than to X which is very high. I think it's more likely to be a draw than the home team wins and I think they won't lose.