FA Cup Prediction,Highlights,video and Preview: Aston Villa Vs Chelsea

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - APRIL 03:  Joe Cole of Chelsea in action during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Chelsea at Old Trafford on April 3, 2010 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
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Danny GContributor IApril 10, 2010

League: FA Cup
Date: 10th April 2010
Team: Aston Villa (N) vs Chelsea

Analysis Match Preview:  The Europe Average odds are giving 5.81 3.81 1.54, bookmaker is support to home team to win the game.1x2 fixed supports Chelsea give 1 with 1.10 water fee level. Macau is opening 6.03 4.00 1.45 with Chelsea give 1 with 0.74 water fee level. Macau is support Chelsea can big win in this game. WilliamHill is open 6.50 for Aston Villa win, so Aston Villa is very low possibility can win this game.      
Football betting strategy: Aston Villa is dropping form recent with 2 wins 3 draw 1 lose last 6 matches. However Chelsea is showing strength recent with 3 strikes wins and beat Man Utd at away game. In summary, The Asian handicap odd is open high level and showing support to Chelsea, even Man Utd is just gave 1/2 to Aston Villa in Caring cup final. Another support level is Bet365 is open 4.33 draw odd. So I personal is thinking that Chelsea is at least can win one goal in this game.

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Aston Villa vs Chelsea FA Cup Highlights (Video) on 10/4/2010

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