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Aston Villa secured a huge 2-1 win over European rivals Tottenham in their last Premier League outing.
Villa are now 4th in the Premier League, moving into the Champions League places ahead of Tottenham.
Unai Emery’s side are expected to maintain their spot in the top-four this weekend by beating a poor Bournemouth team.
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Aston Villa got back into Europe last season, achieving their highest finish for 13 years, so are trying to juggle both domestic and continental commitments.
Emery’s side are currently fifth, a position that may be enough to secure Champions League qualification, but are also seeking to make headway in the Europa Conference League, targeting another European trophy to add to the European Cup they picked up in 1982.
Aston Villa Premier League Top 4 Odds
Following an excellent start to the season, featuring wins over Chelsea and Brighton, Aston Villa are hovering just outside the top 4.
Right now, the Villans are priced at 7/1 to achieve a first top four finish for 27 years, but that price is only likely to fall if their good form continues.
Aston Villa Europa Conference League Odds
Aston Villa’s Europa Conference League group stage campaign has yielded mixed results so far.
They actually lost their group opener against Legia Warszawa in Poland, beaten 3-2, before requiring a stoppage time header from John McGinn to defeat Bosnian champions HŠK Zrinjski Mostar 1-0 at home.
Next up, Villa face a double-header against last season’s semi-finalists AZ Alkmaar, starting with a trip to the Netherlands on Thursday.
Despite this inconsistency, Emery’s team are overwhelming favourites, priced at 4/1, to win this season’s Europa Conference League.
For context, second-favourites Fiorentina are 15/2, while third-favourites Frankfurt are 10/1.
So, will the trophy once again proverbially (because it doesn’t have any handles) be drpped in claret and blue ribbons again?
Aston Villa FA Cup Odds
It may come as a surprise, but Villa are seven-times winners of the FA Cup. But then again, their last triumph came in the 1956/57 campaign.
So, perhaps lifting this particular piece of domestic silverware is long overdue.
To walk those famous steps at Wembley, they will have to grind hard in the latter stages of the competition, but they would like a deep run.
And while Villa may seem like a good value bet at 20/1 with William Hill, a quarter-final or semi-final berth may be the furthest they go.
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About Aston Villa
Aston Villa’s history dates back to 1874, and in different circumstances, the Midlands outfit could well have been a rugby club instead of a football club. That said, Villa are one of the founding fathers of the top-flight English league which came into effect in time for the 1888/89 season.
At one point, Villa was one of the biggest teams in the country, and they have previously reached the dizzying heights in European football, when in 1982, they lifted the old European Cup with victory over Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich.
Villa play their home matches at Villa Park, and they have been an effervescent presence in the Premier League. Their highest finish remains runner-up in the inaugural 1992/93 campaign, and while they enjoyed a couple of top-six finishes under the tutelage of Martin O’Neill, they have struggled to reach those heights in more recent times.
Having said that, last season, they qualified for the Europa League Conference thanks to the incredible work of Unai Emery. The former Arsenal boss, who was an overwhelming hit during his time at Villarreal will be targeting more success in Europe this season.
Aside from their European pedigree, Villa would also be eager to get their hands on the FA Cup once again. A competition they have won seven times, Villa will be hoping to land England’s oldest domestic competition once again, having beefed up their squad with the arrivals of Pau Torres and Youri Tielemans over the summer.
With Emery in the dugout, Villa have come a long way in a short space of time, but the Premier League is getting even tougher, and with Newcastle breaking into the top four thanks to considerable investment, the challenge for Villa is to take things to new heights and upset the established order.