In order to continue on the road to victory, the Tottenham Hotspur squad receives a visit from Aston Villa at White Hart Line in London, corresponding to the third round of the FA Cup.
Those led by Pochettino come to this game with the moral at the top, the Spurs come from beating 2-0 to leader Chelsea and thus added their fifth consecutive victory in the Premier that allows them to take third place with 42 points to seven Of the leader and therefore they want to maintain this good streak in order to maintain the level and the confidence.
It must be said that this good moment of Tottenham is also due to how accurate they are in the attack, where they come from scoring ten goals in their last three games, and is that Alli and Kane are going through an excellent moment.
For their part, those led by Steve Bruce are very irregular in the season, Aston Villa comes from losing 1-0 on their visit to Cardiff City and as they remain stalled at half board and now have a hard visit to White Hart Lane, Something complicated for some villains who come from losing in 3 of their last 4 away games.
The history of direct confrontations favors Tottenham, who have won 6 of the last 7 games, and playing in this scenario Aston Villa has only recorded two victories since 2000, yes, being the last in 2015 by 1-0.
Thus, we think that the balance is inclined to the victory of the home owners, yes, it is very likely that Pochettino resting some players and this worsen in the team’s action, so we are encouraged by the simple victory , It is true that the quota is low, but it is good to combine it with other games and thus increase the value of the final quota.
Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris; Triper, Dier, Vertonghen, Davies; Wanyama, Winks; Sissoko, Alli, Heung-Min; Kane.
Aston Villa: Gollini; Amavi, Chester, Elphick, Hutton; Jedinak, Tshibola; Adomah, McCormack, Grealish; Agbonlahor.