Aston Villa

form

All
AST 0 - 1 BIR
L
ARS 7 - 0 AST
L
AST 0 - 0 MNU
D
TOT 0 - 1 AST
W
AST 1 - 1 REA
D
CHE 1 - 0 AST
L
AST 0 - 1 BRH
L
AST 0 - 1 EVE
L
EVE 0 - 2 AST
W
LEW 1 - 2 AST
W
Everton

form

All
BRH 1 - 1 EVE
D
EVE 2 - 2 TOT
D
EVE 0 - 3 ARS
L
BIR 0 - 0 EVE
D
MNU 3 - 1 EVE
L
MCI 4 - 0 EVE
L
MCI 4 - 0 EVE
L
EVE 0 - 3 CHE
L
EVE 3 - 2 LEW
W
EVE 0 - 2 AST
L
Head to Head
11 Matches (1 Draws)
2 Total wins 8
1 Home wins 3
1 Away wins 5
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
4 Wins
AST 0 - 1 EVE
EVE 0 - 2 AST
AST 1 - 3 EVE
EVE 3 - 1 AST
AST 0 - 6 EVE
4 Goals Scored 13
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 2 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Aston Villa’s two WSL matches last season with Everton yielded 10 goals; nine of which were conceded by Villa, who lost 1-3 away from home after a 0-6 thrashing on home soil – their heaviest home defeat in the competition. They did however beat Everton in their other top-flight clash in February (2-0).
  2. Everton’s six-nil win over Aston Villa in this exact fixture last season is the Toffee’s heaviest WSL win to date and the only time they’ve managed to net more than five in a single game in the competition.
  3. For the very first time in Women’s Super League history, a fixture will be played in consecutive matches for both sides within the same league campaign, following Everton’s 0-2 defeat to Aston Villa in both sides most recent league outing last month.
  4. Aston Villa have won two of their last three WSL matches (L1), as many as in the 10 games beforehand (D1 L7). However, each of their last four wins in the top-flight have come away from home.
  5. Everton have lost four WSL matches in a row, last embarking on a longer run of defeats in the same top-flight season in 2014, when they went on to be relegated at the end of that campaign.
  6. Each of Everton’s last nine away defeats in the WSL have come without scoring, having at least scored in seven of the nine such defeats beforehand. Indeed, only Leicester (3) have netted fewer away goals in the WSL this season than the Toffees (4).
  7. Five of Aston Villa’s 12 home WSL defeats since the start of last season have come in their last five games, with only Birmingham (14) suffering more on home soil over the same period. The Blues were also the last side to suffer six straight home losses in the competition, doing so in December last year.
  8. 70% of Everton’s 10 league goals this season have come in either the opening 15 minutes (3) or the final 15 minutes (4) of their league matches, with both portions the highest ratios in the WSL this season. However, only Birmingham (9) have scored a fewer number of goals in the top-flight this season than the Toffees.
  9. Only Man City’s Lauren Hemp (198) has attempted more total carries with the ball (5+ meters) in the WSL this season than Aston Villa’s Alisha Lehmann (120) amongst all wingers in the division. Indeed, the Swiss international has either scored (2) or assisted (2) four of her side’s last six goals in the top-flight.
  10. Despite eight of Valérie Gauvin’s 12 WSL shots this season hitting the target, the Everton forward is yet to score in the top-flight so far. She has accumulated the highest xG figure by a player yet to net in the competition this season (2.51).
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