Aston villa confirmed line up against Everton, and team news

On Saturday, Aston Villa will host Everton at Villa Park in a match between two clubs aiming to start their Premier League campaigns.


On the opening weekend of the season, Villa lost shockingly 2-0 to newly promoted Bournemouth. Manager Steven Gerrard claimed that his team lacked quality, energy, and motivation and was “miles off” the pace.

After losing their previous five league games, Gerrard’s team will attempt to snap the losing streak when they play Everton.


The team led by Frank Lampard performed admirably against Chelsea in their opening match, although they were defeated 1-0. Everton lacked a spark up front and failed to put the Blues’ defense to the test without Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is expected to be out for more than a month due to injury.


34 times throughout their playing careers, Lampard and Gerrard clashed, but this will be their first encounter as managers.


Having won three of the previous four meetings between the two teams, Villa has the advantage in this game.


Everton at Aston Villa: Team Information Aston Villa


Due to his disappointing performance against Bournemouth, Danny Ings may be benched and replaced by Ollie Watkins.


For Villa’s first goal, Emiliano Buendia was listed as the sub, although he might make a comeback in place of Leon Bailey on the right flank.


Tyrone Mings has been cleared to play, but he might once again have to make do with the bench. Another person advocating for a start is Douglas Luiz.




For roughly six weeks, Everton will be without their top forward Calvert-Lewin. Salomon Rondon is available after serving his ban, but he is not expected to be chosen, therefore Anthony Gordon might take the lead position once more.


new signature Conor Coady, who joined the team on a season-long loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, is about to make his club debut.


Yerry Mina, who had ankle ligament injury against Chelsea, has been ruled out, and Ben Godfrey, who had surgery for a fractured fibula, are also both out.


Dwight McNeil could be replaced by Amadou Onana, who moved for £35 million from Lille, and Seamus Coleman is anticipated to take Nathan Patterson’s place.


Predicted starting lineups for Aston Villa vs. Everton

Martinez; Cash; Konsa; Carlos; Digne; McGinn; Kamara; Ramsey; Bailey; Watkins; Coutinho; Aston Villa (4-3-3)


Pickford; Holgate; Coady; Tarkowski; Coleman; Doucoure; Onana; Mykolenko; Gordon; Iwobi; Gray; Everton (3-4-3)


Aston Villa vs. Everton: Important players

Ollie Watkins of Aston Villa


Watkins will be out for revenge after sitting out Villa’s opening game. Despite only scoring 11 goals last season, the Englishman led Villa in scoring, and he will be looking to greatly increase that total this year.


– Amadou Onana, Everton


Onana has been dubbed “one of the most exciting prospects in Europe” and compared to a young Patrick Vieira by a former Everton manager. Extremely high praise for a 20-year-old who hasn’t played in a premier league yet.


Despite Onana’s versatility, he will probably play a more defensive position at Everton, where he will be expected to give the midfield the much-needed grit and determination.


Aston Villa will likely defeat Everton 3-1.



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