Our expert tipster, Jones Knows, is confident that Manchester United will secure an unattractive victory against Fulham in the Premier League. The fixture between the two teams has historically produced fewer than 2.5 goals, with 23 out of the last 32 Saturday 12:30pm kick-offs falling into this category. Based on this trend, Jones Knows believes that betting on a low-scoring game would be a wise decision. Additionally, Manchester United has an impressive away record against teams in the bottom 11 of the league, and they have only conceded six goals in their last 13 matches against such opposition. Furthermore, the majority of these matches (10 out of 13) have also resulted in fewer than 2.5 goals. Therefore, combining a Manchester United win with fewer than 2.5 goals would yield a 4/1 return. Fulham’s attacking statistics this season support the predictions of a low-scoring affair, as they have the third worst attack in the league and have created very few big chances. Jones Knows predicts a final scoreline of 0-1 in favor of Manchester United.
In the match between Brentford and West Ham, Jones Knows highlights Brentford’s excellent record against their opponents. In their four previous Premier League meetings, Brentford has emerged victorious, with West Ham only managing to score one goal. Jones Knows attributes this success to Thomas Frank’s ability to neutralize West Ham’s strengths on the counter-attack and set pieces. Given this trend, Jones Knows predicts another win for Brentford, with a scoreline of 2-0.
The next match, Burnley vs Crystal Palace, is expected to be a tight affair. Jones Knows believes that Roy Hodgson will target Burnley’s defensive vulnerabilities, especially due to their lack of creativity in the absence of certain players. This suggests that Crystal Palace will adopt a conservative approach and look to capitalize on set-piece opportunities. Jones Knows identifies Marc Guehi as a player who could make an impact in this aspect of the game, as he has had multiple attempts at goal in recent matches. Therefore, Jones Knows recommends betting on Guehi to have at least one shot on target at odds of 6/5. The predicted final score is 0-1 in favor of Crystal Palace.
The match between Everton and Brighton could witness a notable feat from Lewis Dunk. Despite the slim chances of it occurring, there are attractive odds of 66/1 for Dunk to score from outside the penalty area. Dunk has developed into an attacking threat under the guidance of Graham Potter and Roberto De Zerbi, and he has been entrusted with taking free-kicks for his team. Dunk’s accuracy and quality from dead ball situations make this an interesting betting opportunity. Jones Knows predicts a 2-2 draw for this match.
The encounter between Manchester City and Bournemouth seems to be a one-sided affair, with Manchester City heavily favored to win. Jones Knows points out that Manchester City has been dominant at home, winning their last 21 home games by a significant margin. Moreover, they have a perfect record against Bournemouth in Premier League matches, winning all 12 encounters. Based on Manchester City’s average of three goals per game, Jones Knows suggests betting on Manchester City to win and over 3.5 goals at odds of 5/6. The predicted final score is 4-1 in favor of Manchester City.
In the match between Sheffield United and Wolves, Jones Knows highlights the potential impact of Pedro Neto’s absence due to injury. Neto has been instrumental in Wolves’ attacking play, particularly in their devastating counter-attacks. Without him, Jones Knows is concerned about Wolves’ effectiveness in the final third, even against the league’s worst team. Therefore, he recommends betting on fewer than 2.5 goals at odds of 10/11 for this match. Jones Knows predicts a goalless draw.
The clash between Newcastle and Arsenal is expected to be a heated encounter, with a history of feisty games between the two teams. Given the likelihood of a high number of fouls and yellow cards, Jones Knows suggests betting on there being 27 or more fouls in the match at odds of 11/4. He also anticipates that Dan Burn will struggle to contain Bukayo Saka and might resort to committing fouls. Therefore, Jones Knows recommends betting on Burn to make multiple fouls at odds of 4/1. The predicted final score is not provided.
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