Premier League Betting: Back Liverpool to win the thriller with Chelsea | football news

After winning 4/1 with Brighton in Chelsea in the middle of the week, Jones Knows has three major bets that he can attack during the New Year’s weekend.

How did our bet turn out in the middle of the week?

Just beautiful, thank you for asking. The 2-point match against Brighton with 10+ shots and a handicap of +2 vs. Chelsea turned out relatively easily after the men of Graham Potter played with the usual bravery and exceeded the limit of 10 shots in 40 minutes of play. This victory leads us to gain 43 points for the season. In the end, a frustrating year of sailing, spoiled by a couple of bad beats for James Ward-Prows and Ruben Dias – no, it’s not over yet, it’s a bit of a joy.

Let’s bring the year 2022 with other winners, shall we? I have three bets to attack …

P + L = +43

2 points on Arsenal +2 handicap, less than 3.5 goals and less than 50 points for booking matches (100/30 with Sky Bet – bet here!)

With Arsenal coming in a fresher team that hasn’t played since Boxing Day, there’s a reason to make their match with Man City competitive. I wouldn’t discourage anyone from stabbing Arsenal double chance at 6/4 with Sky Bet, but I take it more carefully and support them with a +2 goal so they can win, draw or lose. one. In the last 18 days out against the eight best teams, Man City has won only four times by more than one goal. For Pep Guardiola, in these types of insidious games, it’s a mentality of work done rather than perfect.

I’m glad to start the game as a card affair to increase the price. The two teams behaved notoriously well in their matches. In 2021, only West Ham saw fewer yellow cards dealt to its opponents than Arsenal (50) and Man City (53) ranked ubiquitous Premier League teams. Thanks to that, booking points below 50+ are very attractive at 4/6 with Sky Bet, so I’m glad to add a bit to a nice multi-bet 100/30 for the same game, which will increase by Sky Bet.

1 point to Lucas Moura to hit the goal against Watford and Micheal Keane to hit Brighton (3/1 with Sky Bet – bet here!)

This weekend I was interested in the prices of two shots, so we’ll combine them, okay?

One of Tottenham’s strikers, who remains overpriced in many markets, is Lucas Mourawho enjoys playing with freedom in a stormy attack with Harry Kan and Heung-Min Son. The Brazilian is encouraged to play in more central areas, in just 28 minutes in a draw with Southampton he sent five shots on goal, including a goal against Crystal Palace and three shots on goal, all on goal. Bets on registering a target in this game are a very strong bet against such a timid opposition.

Lucas Moura celebrates a goal for Spurs vs. West Ham
Lucas Moura celebrates a goal for Spurs vs. West Ham

Double him with Michael Kean.

It is true that Brighton was remarkably impressive at Stamford Bridge in the middle of the week, but one of the areas where they struggled was their inability to defend the standards. This probably stems from the lack of Lewis Dunk. In the last five games, Brighton has sent 5.2 shots per game by standard standards, the third highest average of any Premier League team in the period.

With him still in the hospital, Everton should be sure that he will get a lot of joy from these areas.

My eyes were drawn to October 11th Michael Keane have one or more shots on goal. Everton’s midfielder poses a big threat as he launches an attack and has scored in 12 of 17 games this season.

1 point to Liverpool to win and 28+ total shots per match (5/1 with Sky Bet)

I’m above Liverpool’s win outside and the match that crosses the limits of the Sky Bet-awarded shots.

Liverpool heads to Stamford Bridge after defeating Leicester, but there is no time to panic. The offensive process remains terribly good, averaging an expected 2.5 goals in 90 minutes in the last eight matches. Chelsea have maintained only one clean sheet in the last eight Premier League games. It is difficult to see how they improve this record against the Reds’ uncontrollable offensive line.

Due to the expected scenario of high-pace matches, goals and draws, which are not good for any team, the bullet market is also worth a visit. Liverpool have an average of 19.5 shots in 90 minutes this season and I would expect them to hit just below that number this season, as Chelsea fires more shots at its gate than at the start of the season. Brighton managed 18 of them, Leeds 12 and Watford 14 in the middle of the week. As Tuchel’s team is unlikely to be able to sit in front of the home crowd, they will fly forward and should also rely on them to shoot away. Thanks to this, the series of wounds with Sky Bet are very attractive with 27+ (11/10), 29+ (15/8) and 31+ (3/1), which are worth biting.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *