Aston Villa

form

All
MCI 3 - 2 AVL
L
AVL 1 - 1 BRN
D
AVL 1 - 1 CRY
D
AVL 1 - 2 LIV
L
BRN 1 - 3 AVL
W
AVL 2 - 0 NOR
W
LEI 0 - 0 AVL
D
AVL 0 - 4 TOT
L
WOL 2 - 1 AVL
L
WHU 2 - 1 AVL
L
Burnley

form

All
BRN 1 - 2 NEW
L
AVL 1 - 1 BRN
D
TOT 1 - 0 BRN
L
BRN 1 - 3 AVL
L
WAT 1 - 2 BRN
W
BRN 1 - 0 WOL
W
BRN 2 - 0 SOU
W
WHU 1 - 1 BRN
D
NOR 2 - 0 BRN
L
BRN 3 - 2 EVE
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (8 Draws)
6 Total wins 6
4 Home wins 4
2 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
2 Draw
1 Wins
AVL 1 - 1 BRN
BRN 1 - 3 AVL
BRN 3 - 2 AVL
AVL 0 - 0 BRN
BRN 1 - 2 AVL
8 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Following their 3-1 win at Turf Moor earlier this month, Aston Villa are looking to complete their first league double over Burnley since the 1925-26 campaign. They won 10-0 against them at Villa Park that season, their joint-biggest margin of victory in their Football League history.
  2. Burnley have lost just one of their last seven away league games against Aston Villa (W3 D3), going down 5-2 in February 2010. They’re unbeaten in their last three league visits to Villa Park, only having a longer run without defeat there once (4 games between 1930 and 1947).
  3. Aston Villa have won their final home league game in each of the last two seasons, beating Arsenal 1-0 in 2019-20 and Chelsea 2-1 last term. They last won their final home game in three consecutive campaigns between 2000-01 and 2002-03.
  4. Burnley have lost their final away league game in four of the last five seasons, winning the other against already relegated Norwich City in 2019-20.
  5. Aston Villa haven’t won any of their last seven midweek (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) Premier League home games (D3 L4) since a 1-0 win against Arsenal in July 2020.
  6. Burnley have won 38% of their Premier League games on Thursdays (3/8), their best win rate on a single day of the week. Those three wins have come in their last five such games (D1 L1), with the Clarets also keeping four clean sheets in that run.
  7. Aston Villa have opened the scoring in each of their last four Premier League games, their longest run since a run of five in April/May last season. However, the Villans have failed to go on to win either of their last two, losing 2-1 against Liverpool and drawing 1-1 with Crystal Palace.
  8. Burnley have won just two of their last 19 Premier League away games (D7 L10), with only bottom side Norwich (11) scoring fewer goals on the road this term than the Clarets (15).
  9. Only already-relegated sides Norwich (21) and Watford (18) have failed to score in more different Premier League games this season than Burnley (16). Only in 2014-15 (18) and 2020-21 (17) have the Clarets failed to find the net in more different Premier League matches.
  10. Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins has scored three goals in his last four Premier League games, as many as he had in his previous 14 league appearances. If he scores here, it will be his 50th home goal in English league football (excluding play-offs).
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