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Premier League betting: Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City all win 0 on 16/1 - Jones knows | Football News

Our tipster Jones Knows has four big prices to attack this weekend as he foresees easy wins for Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City.

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How was your weekend?

My ambition to beat Tottenham by a goal at Chelsea was officially one goal short, but based on their performance at Stamford Bridge, I said I overestimated Tottenham this season. It’s no exaggeration to say that we were lucky to end up with a draw, even though it was a close match based on the expected goals data. Chelsea, who have excelled, look like their best team of the season, not Spurs. I want Antonio Conte’s guys to win trophies, but they need to play with more character and spark against elite teams if they want to finish in this season’s competition. be.

It was a losing weekend with a total of four points as Joe Willock failed to score in Newcastle vs. Brighton and Fulham beat Wolves and the game with over 50 booking points at 7/1 also went south in gnashing form. Alexander Mitrovic’s penalty mistake in a game that produced goods in terms of cards can certainly be submitted to the “Bad Beat” cabinet. A long-standing collection. Hello old friend, nice to see you again.

P+L = -0.5

Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City win 1pt (16/1 on Skybet – bet here!)

Having run into similar bets early last season, repeating a feat involving three in-form teams with defensive ability to keep a clean sheet against hit-and-hit seemed like smart play. I felt it was a miss attack. Read the full reasoning behind each game in our predictions article here.

One point for Southampton to win at half-time and full-time against Leicester (13/2 on Skybet – bet here!)

At home, in a game that the fans expect to win comfortably, things could get tough for Leicester players, especially against Southampton, who have a deadly record for early starts. Hmm. Mocking up his league table, which only includes results from the first half of last season, the Saints have scored first in his 13 of his 38 premier league games, placing him sixth. .

They also took the lead at Tottenham before surrendering late on opening day.

If the Foxes fall behind, I would have serious doubts whether a player in the current atmosphere would be able to show the mentality and bottle needed to turn the game around. He scored the first goal in the last 14 games, but has lost 9 games and won only 1 game.

1 point to score anytime with Marc Cucurella vs Leeds (18/1 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Marc Cucurella in action for Chelsea
Mark Cucurella will score on 18/1 shooting this weekend

Marc Cucurella’s intelligent, aggressive and classy performance against Tottenham caught my eye. Because he looked like he could prove enough to Thomas his ability to break out of his Tuchel left-back role. His link play with Mason Mount has at times completely ripped the Spurs apart. While he’s probably not as explosive at the position as Ben Chilwell or Marcus Alonso, his positional awareness and ability to handle the ball should see his offensive numbers skyrocket over the course of the season.

The player selected for Tuchel’s left-back role will be given ample attacking licenses. Last season, the player averaged one goal in every four games he played, and he had 2.5 shots every 90 minutes. Cucurella has all the hallmarks to match that average, so it looks like there will be juice in both his goalscoring and shot prices in the coming weeks. must not be 18/1 to score any time against a team that is 1/2 to win the match market. Chelsea’s left-back averaging two shots is also a very attractive value in his play.

Score 0.5pts Anytime on Solly March vs West Ham (14/1 on Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Solly March, 28, looks like the next player to be taken to the next level by Graham Potter, judging by his performances and goal threats in the first two games. Now, with Tariq Lamptey out of shape and Pascal Grosz playing more advanced and centered, March appear to have taken the right-back position for themselves.

Playing predominantly with his left foot, March followed Kyle Walker-Peters and Neco Williams, which led to some profitable bets when he played in the shoot-and-goal market for Wales, my ‘wider player is stronger’. Fits the bill of the ‘cut into the foot’ theory. March had an expected goals tally of 0.32 in his two games, with David De Gea hitting Pascal’s grosser goal against Manchester United against him last weekend, but last weekend’s defense and goalkeepers put him out of the game. was rejected twice. It had been almost two years since he last scored a goal in the Premier League, and it was too much for him to score at his stadium in London.

He must not be 33/1 to score first, nor must he be 14/1 to score this weekend. And while he remains in that position and maintains his fine nickname, it’s a bet to follow over the next few weeks.