Villa and Everton play each other in the English Premier League on 17.01.2021 at 13:00. The stadium for the match on Sunday is Villa Park. The actual 8th placed team meet the 4th placed team. Current statistics of Aston Villa FC Aston Villa FC recently lost an encounter 2:1 against ManUnited. In the 18 games of the recent six months, the home team was able to win 9 games. The team has had four victories, one draw and three losses at their home stadium. In the current season, Villa won 42.86% (3 out of 7) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 3 times the guests took all points. In total, Villa has won 8 out of 15 season games. While it was enough to draw two games, five games ended without points. More goals are scored by Dean Smith’s team in the second half-time. Villa currently scores an average of 2,14 goals per game at home and receives 1,57 goals. This results in a total of 3,71 goals per game. A look at last season’s goal record shows Aston Villa FC at home with an average of 1,16 goals. The average number of goals conceded in front of their own fans is 1,58. The most frequent results at their home stadium last season were 2:0, 1:2 or 1:0. In the current season, home matches most often end 3:0, 0:0 or 1:2. Current statistics of Everton FC Everton last won 1:2 against Wolverhampton. This season, the team has been able to win 6 out of 9 away games so far (66.67%). The statistics for the past 6 months show eleven wins, three draws und six losses. Everton was able to win seven away victories. The team lost two games in the foreign stadium and in one match the teams separated with a draw. In the current season, coach Carlo Ancelotti’s team have scored an average of 1,44 goals per away game, mainly in the first half-time of the match. When Everton plays in an away stadium, there is an overall average of 2,44 scored goals per match. Last season, Everton had an average of 1,05 goals for and 1,84 against in their away games. Last last season, away matches most often ended 1:0, 0:1 or 2:3. In the current season, Everton’s away games mostly ended 2:1, 1:0 or 2:0.