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Aston Villa v Chelsea - Sat 2nd April

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Match Facts
- Chelsea have won seven of the last eight Barclays Premier League meetings with Aston Villa (L1).
- The Blues are unbeaten in their last six league away matches (W4 D2), conceding just two goals in that run.
- Branislav Ivanovic has scored five BPL goals against Aston Villa, more than versus any other opponent.
- The opening goal has come in the first 15 minutes in six of the last eight top-flight matches between Villa and Chelsea.
 
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Aristocrats will visit main outsider of Premier League. It’s interesting to know that last two H2H matches were draws on corners. But this match is unlikely to end with similar result. Aston Villa won only 2 times of 7 last games on corners, but Birmingham’s team haven’t taken any corner in two matches in a row against Liverpool and Stoke City. This “record” will be difficult to be repeated by any Premier League team.At the same time, Players from London won on corners 4 times, 2 times were draws and once the team lost to Red Devils with minimal difference (10-11). In general, Chelsea’s things are improving, not only in terms of gaining points, but also in terms of corners: the team lost only twice in previous 19 game weeks (two times to Manchester United) and got 12 wins. London players were taking not less 7 corners per game during last 8 game weeks. On the other hand, Aston Villa allowed rivals to take 8.25 corners on average in last 4 home games.

So, you can try to bet on guests’ win on corners with 1.43 odds or to bet on their individual total corners over 5.5 with 1.69 odds. Total of 10.5 corners for both teams also seems be covered. It was covered in 5 home games trice and in last 5 away games were covered 4 times. Thus, 2.01 odds on this market seems very attractive

More stats of corners, cards, referees, goals and others - http://corner-stats.com
 

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Easy win for Chelsea here. 0-4.
 

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Aston Villa have actually started the better team. It won't last though, will it.
 

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Expertise.
 

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No more jokes about Pato's vacancy in London now, sad. Anyway only starting him against the last team on the table was the most prudent though it only affirms how risky was his loan. He did not bad but how his disposition will be from now won is the worrisome factor with his retrospect in preview teams of having good first games but end up declining because of lazyness.
 

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So, did Bacuna put in a performance that was Champions League-worthy?
 

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