Aston Villa is on fire. Got wild form and are not going to stop. The win over the Derby 3-0, the win over Middlesboro 3-0, which almost don't miss. And these two matches were visiting. I think they have the form to win again
Upwardly mobile Aston Villa continue their great form. West Brom’s solid home record should give them some confidence ahead of Friday’s clash, despite drawing with lowly Brentford in their last game here. The visitors come here with a pretty huge away win behind them. Last weekend brought a 3-0 success at Middlesbrough, a win which allowed West Brom to move third. However, it also put Villa into eighth, just three points shy of the play-offs. The big question when Dean Smith arrived was how quickly he’d turn things around and spark a promotion chase, and that already seems to be happening. The former Brentford boss has clearly taken a step up when you consider here’s now a nine place gap between his current and former side, and he’s hoping to side that with a victory. He has led them to 10 points from 12, scoring 12 times. The visitors come here with four wins from their last five, with West Brom claiming a single win in four at home. the Baggies have won just one of their last five at home to Villa, with the visitors winning three of their last six meetings between the pair.