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Premier League Prediction: Jones Knows believes Man Utd will be retained by news

After Ben White pointed out to play the card on Friday night at 6/1, Jones Knows looks to Sunday’s game when the Premier League resumes.

Leicester v Brentford, Sunday 2pm

forgive and forget That was my motto for Leicester City and their downfall last season.

They finished a disappointing eighth place in the Premier League last season with 52 points. This was his 12-point shortfall compared to what he had seen from Brendan Rodgers’ team in his previous two seasons. A major injury in defense cost us the opportunity to play Wesley Fofana and Johnny Evans together as a partnership last season. It was massive. Having his Fofana ready for a perfect fit from the first whistle is an exciting prospect. In my eyes, he is the best young centre-back in the world. No wonder Chelsea are toying with the idea of ​​paying £80m for him.

With a much more subdued side and no European football to negotiate, Rodgers’ dugout and his exciting young side have enough quality to start in earnest again this season. Read here why I’m endorsing them for a Top 6 finish. If they can achieve such heights, Brentford shouldn’t give them too many problems.

Expected Score: 2-0

Manchester United v Brighton Sunday 2pm live on Sky Sports – Play SUPER 6 and win £1m!

It may sound utterly silly to say this about Manchester United, but this season will be seen as a long pre-season when the true judgment of Eric ten Haag will be made during the 23/24 campaign. may be This is a chance to put some building blocks in place that will allow United to thrive again. In this day and age of football fans hospitalized with anticipation, it’s easier said than done.

That said, the signings of Tyrell Marathia, Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez look like a smart start and the new manager has made a name for himself in a locker room that looked very divided and unmotivated last season. We’ll be watching closely to see if he can get his message across early. It’s a draw.

The price tag around Jadon Sancho’s performance is something that keeps him on the radar as I expect him to thrive under the guidance of his new boss.

In his first season at the age of 22 in the Premier League, he scored three goals and provided three assists, rarely showing his true ability. Still, pre-season shows signs that Sancho is trying to regain some of his form at Borussia Dortmund, scoring three goals and playing more attacking and quick.

That confidence could seep into his shots and shots to potential targets in the coming weeks, which have been priced based on last season’s numbers.My overall opinion of Manchester United As in, he’s best left to watch rather than get punted this week, but keep a close eye on him.

Score Prediction: 1-1

West Ham v Manchester City live on Sky Sports at 4.30pm Sunday – Play SUPER 6 and win £1m!

west ham vs manchester city

Trying to predict when Manchester City will lose a football match is a nice little task. But their skinny at the market most weeks is something I always consider.

This may be the right time to strike.

To beat City, they need an opponent who has great pace and power in transition, defends deep and creates threats from set pieces. The Hammers tick all of these boxes for what should be another profitable season for David Moyes, who has had an easier time retaining Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen.

The two can produce performances to compete with City’s stars, but I doubt Pep Guardiola will go far ahead of the Community Shield. there is not. Let’s not forget, Man City’s only loss in his league final 28 games (W23 D4) last season in the Premier League was his 3-2 defeat against Tottenham in February. It’s a narrow victory.

Score Expected: 1-2