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Arsenal v Aston Villa Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/13/2011
Arsenal v Aston Villa Odds

Arsenal v. Aston Villa odds had Arsenal as a 2/1 favorite at PaddyPower.com.  Aston Villa would pay out 9/1 odds with an upset win at Victor Chandler.  We have seen Aston Villa as low as 6/1.  The draw pays 4/1 odds. 

Centre-back Thomas Vermaelen and Villa’s Jean Makoun are expected to play.

Let’s look at some important stats pertaining to Arsenal v Aston Villa.

Aston Villa has lost 15 of 24 league away games against Arsenal. 

Arsenal has won two of their last nine league games.

Robin van Persie has scored 19 gales in his last 21 games for Arsenal.

Aston Villa have not kept a top-flight clean sheet away from home since winning 2-0 at Hull on 21 April 2010.

A victory on Sunday would mark Aston Villa’s 100th from 142 games at the Emirates since moving there from Highbury in 2006.

This one will be played at the Emirates Stadium, Sunday 4pm

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