Andy Gray predicts Everton and Aston Villa games

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Everton will face Chelsea and Aston Villa will take on Leicester City in the Premier League today.

Andy Gray has predicted on that this weekend’s Premier League game between Chelsea and Everton will end in a draw.

Chelsea will host the Toffees at Stamford Bridge this afternoon, and former Everton striker Gray believes that the match in London will finish 1-1.

“This is difficult to predict,” the former Scotland international has written on “Chelsea are still looking for belief, while Everton have drawn too many games. I think a repeat performance and a repeat result from the Toffees.”

A footnote added: “Chelsea 1-1 Everton 6/1”.

Chelsea are 14th in the Premier League table at the moment with 24 points from 21 matches, just six points above the relegation zone.

The London outfit will head into today’s encounter on the back of a 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion at home.

Meanwhile, Everton currently find themselves 11th in the standings with 28 points from 21 games.

Roberto Martinez’s side are as many as eight points behind Tottenham Hotspur, who are fourth at the moment and occupy the final Champions League spot.

Aston Villa are also in action today, and Gray has backed them to pick up a point.

The Villans will take on Leicester City at Villa Park this evening, and former Villa striker Gray believes that the Premier League match will finish 1-1.

“I cannot believe Leicester are odds against to win this game,” the 60-year-old has written on “I think everyone is waiting for Leicester’s bubble to burst, and it’s not happened.

“In the last 5 weeks they’ve played United, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, City and Spurs. And they’re still up at the top.

“Villa will be feeling better after breaking their duck midweek and they need to win two in a row. I’m tipping a draw.”

A footnote added: Andy’s bet : 1-1 11/2, with Jamie Vardy to score on his return.”

Villa are at the foot of the Premier League table at the moment with just 11 points from 21 matches, eight points behind 17th-placed Swansea City.

Meanwhile, Leicester currently find themselves second in the standings with 43 points from 21 games, level on points with leaders Arsenal and behind only on goal difference.

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