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Predictions As Both Sets Of Fans Seem Confident

Predictions As Both Sets Of Fans Seem Confident

We look at various predictions for Saturday's game at Villa Park, as Aston Villa host Swansea City.

Both sets of fans seem upbeat and confident about their respected team's chances of a good result this weekend.

Despite Villa's lack of a win in the opening three games of the season, their supporters seem confident it will happen on Saturday, following an encouraging performance at Newcastle United - in which they drew 1-1 - their first point on the board.

Not only do they expect a win, but a win in the style that their opponents have experienced in recent weeks, possible a clear 3-0 or 3-1 victory.

Looking at their current poll, asking for their result prediction, the results currently say that two-thirds - 66% predict a Villa win, with 17% expecting a draw and defeat respectively.

Swansea City fans seem even more confident that their side will remain unbeaten. 72% have voted for a win, with 17% predicting a second-successive draw, with the remaining 11% expecting our first defeat of the season.

Looking at the Vital Swansea Prediction League (here) Out of a total of 27 predictions, a 2-1 win to the Swans is the most common score prediction, following by 5 predictions for a 2-0 away win. There are only 5 predictions in favour of a Villa victory.

Incidentally, not that his opinion or predictions matter much, BBC pundit and general irritant Mark Lawrenson has predicted a 1-1 draw.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday September 14 2012
Time: 8:46PM

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I just hope it's a really good entertaining match which i'm sure it will be. May the best team win and good luck, but not too much ;)
Grasshopper_AV
15/09/2012 04:21:00
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Thanks Grasshopper, it should be entertaining as we are playing good attacking football at the moment. The first goal will be vital I think. If we get it then Villa could show their lack of confidence and the fans may get impatient. That's what happened at QPR and we went on to hammer them. Still I feel a draw won't be a bad result. But I predict a 2-1 to the Swans. Best of luck though.
Phil W
15/09/2012 10:07:00
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