• Aston Villa handed a heavy defeat in midweek against Man City
  • Brentford played out a draw against Brighton in midweek

Aston Villa will be looking to get their Champions League challenge back on track this weekend when they welcome Bournemouth to the West Midlands. However, this could be a testing fixture against a Brentford side that are desperate for points

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Saturday, April 6, 2024. 10:00 AM ET
  • Where: Villa Park, Birmingham, England
  • How to Watch: NBC

Before Betting On Aston Villa vs Brentford

Aston Villa’s hold on fourth spot in the Premier League standings looks under increasing threat at this stage of the season. The Midlands club comes into this round of matches sitting just two points clear of Tottenham, but the North London giants have a came in hand over their rivals. Villa have recorded just a single victory across their last four, losing on two occasions over that period.

There remains pressure on Brentford at this stage of the campaign, as the Bees remain locked in a battle to claim points to avoid relegation. They come into this point sitting six points clear of the drop zone after playing out draws in each of their last two. Their most recent tie was picked up at home against Brighton in midweek.

Villa have enjoyed a fine recent record in this fixture after winning two of their last three league matches against the Bees. That is an excellent return in this fixture after going eight without a victory against Brentford before the start of this period. Meanwhile, the Bees have never recorded an away league victory in eight attempts against Aston Villa.

Villa have been very professional in 3pm kick offs this season, winning all four of the matches that they have played in the traditional time slot. Meanwhile, it could be challenging to overlook the fact that Brentford have suffered nine defeats in their last ten away matches in the Premier League.

Aston Villa vs Brentford Offshore Odds & Pick

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Aston Villa’s excellent home record against Brentford is very challenging to overlook this weekend. Therefore, we will be siding with the home team landing maximum points in the West Midlands.