Monday Night Football brings us the interesting prospect of Aston Villa v West Ham — two sides I haven’t really worked out yet (at West Ham’s situation, I don’t believe I’ll ever work them out).
Dean Smith’s men have suffered a rocky start to life back at the Premier League, dropping from Bournemouth Spurs and Crystal Palace — book-ending a victory against Everton in Villa Park.
With so many new faces to mattress to the side, it’s little surprise that Villa have not hit the floor running, but their success over the Toffees has been a clear indication that gift is not in short supply.
West Ham, unpredictable as always, come into this due to the excellence of new striker S??bastien Haller — mostly to the rear of successes against Norwich and Watford –and now I am backing them to beat against Villa.
The likes of Haller, Manuel Lanzini, Andriy Yarmolenko along with Felipe Anderson will result in any team in the league problems, and they’ll have to be firing to compensate to their defensive listing.
The Hammers have the endings, and at this price, they are worth from a Villa side still searching for their identity backing.
S??bastien Haller differs gravy, Like I said.
Last season, despite a variety of accidents, Haller scored 20 goals in 41 games for Eintracht Frankfurt within the wing up with Ante Rebic and Luca Jovic, therefore it’s little surprise he’s taken to the Premier League like a duck to water.
The Frenchman has scored three goals in his last two league games, and that I like 17/10 to allow him to get the net at any time on Monday.
West Ham will be confident they can create opportunities; Villa’s sole victory against Everton was despite the people’ xG being 1.56, much higher than Villa’s 0.81, do not expect Haller to become starved of goalscoring opportunities.
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