This might be the last game for Erik Ten Hag as Manchester United’s manager. If the Red Devils lose against Aston Villa, we are pretty sure that the board will sack the Dutchman. Unai Emery and Villa play good football and, for the moment, are the biggest surprise of the season. 

Before Betting on Manchester United vs. Aston Villa 

The Red Devils are without a win for four straight meetings. What is especially humiliating for the team from Old Trafford is that they haven’t scored a single goal during these four encounters. It is something we haven’t seen in a while, but that’s nothing strange because many negative records were set with Ten Hag in charge. 

For now, Manchester United is eighth in the standings, far away from the zone leading to the UEFA Champions League. A fascinating fact is that the Red Devils’ goal difference is negative, with 18 goals scored and 23 conceded. 

Meanwhile, Aston Villa is one point behind the first place in the English Premier League standings. The team from Birmingham amazed every fan, not only in England, but Europe as well, with them playing extremely attractive football with plenty of goals on both sides. 

We have to mention that Aston Villa’s attack is the second-best in the Premiership behind Manchester City’s. The Villains haven’t lost for the past four games away from home, with each one being with both teams scoring and three with over 2.5 goals in total.

Manchester United vs. Aston Villa Premier League Offshore Betting Odds 

Offshore Sportsbook Man Utd Draw Aston Villa

We are not disrespecting Manchester United, but the Red Devils are mediocre this season. They have problems in pretty much every aspect of play and a fired-up opponent across the field; therefore, we are pretty certain that they are not going to win this matchup. A double chance – Aston Villa or a draw, is the best possible outcome for the upcoming game.