Aston Villa v Everton Odds : Toffees set to carry on with away win with Fellaini at Villa Park

Aston Villa play their first home match of this Premier League season on Saturday afternoon against Everton as Ladbrokes announce a free bets offer and up to date Aston Villa v Everton Odds, report all the money has been for the away win at 13/8.

Looking at the home side to begin with, they would have been disappointed with their opening day defeat to West Ham, as they went down 1-0.

Paul Lambert will now be looking to win his first game at the helm of the club and will know just how important his side’s home form is likely to be this campaign.

Make no doubt about it, the Villains first priority this year is to reach that all important 40 point mark and secure safety. If they get off to a poor start then it could be a long season.

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With Darren Bent though, they have someone that a lot of teams in the league would love as he is a natural goal-scorer. If Bent stays fit for the majority of the season, they should make their way up the table.

As for Everton, few teams in the division will have as much confidence as them at the moment after their 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Goodison Park on Monday night.

Not only did the Toffees get the result, they also outplayed their opponents for the majority of the match.

There is no doubt who was the Man of the Match for Everton either – Marouane Fellaini. The midfielder was incredible throughout the 90 minutes and scored the all important winner.

Fellaini helped his side get rid of their tag as slow starters to the season and now they have a victory under their belt, will be going for all three points again this time out.

David Moyes’ men will have high hopes of a European place this campaign and if they continue this kind of form, will certainly be a big contender to do just that.

This looks to be a cracking game it all gets underway from 3pm.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.