Aston Villa v Tottenham odds : Latest Betting suggests must win for Lambert
Its Aston Villa v Tottenham from the Premier League, with live streaming, latest odds and match preview as Spurs look to heap more pressure on Paul Lambert’s side.
Aston Villa will be out to end a miserable run of form when they take on inconsistent Tottenham on Sunday.
Paul Lambert’s side have failed to score since they beat Liverpool in September a run that stretches back five straight defeats, 13 goals and 531 minutes of football.
While it would have been difficult to expect results from games with Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton and Manchester City the defeat to QPR last weekend piled the pressure on the club and saw them drop to 15th in the table, two points above the drop zone.
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The club will once again be without Alan Hutton for the visit of Spurs. The Scottish star missed the game with QPR last weekend and is not expected to play again until at least mid-November after suffering an injury in training.
Another training ground injury has already ruled out Fabian Delph. The England midfielder will be out until 2015 after undergoing surgery on his shoulder. His absence means that Joe Cole could come into contention.
The former Chelsea and Liverpool star has struggled to get into the side since his summer move and came on for the final 20 minutes of the defeat to QPR.
Tottenham have been something of a bogey team for Villa with the club scoring just one goal in their last six Premier League matches with the Londoners and failing to win any of their last 11 meetings.
Mauricio Ponchettino’s side are currently 11th in the table, just a point above Villa. Like their Midland rivals the club have also struggled for goals failing to register more than a single goal in a game since a 2-2 draw with Sunderland in September.
That drought could see Harry Kane come into the side. The young forward has scored 8 goals in cup competitions this season including one in the midweek win over Brighton in the Capital One cup.
Kane could come in for one of Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado.