Premier League Predictions: Jones Knows Predicts Wins For Liverpool, Man City & Tottenham | Football News Heaven’s News

Our tipster Jones Knows is back to preview an intense Premier League midweek week and supports Liverpool to score a low-scoring match with Aston Villa

Aston Villa-Liverpool, Tuesday at 8pm, live on Sky Sports

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Aston Villa-Liverpool, live on Sky Sports

A Liverpool win is the most likely outcome here, but Aston Villa have the defensive skills to make it a difficult task.

Tuesday 10 May, 7:30 pm


Kick-off at 20:00


Since Steven Gerrard was named in November, Aston Villa has consistently recorded the six best standard defensive performances. Their predicted goals against the data place them on average at 1.04 goals conceded every 90 minutes, making them the fourth-best defense in that metric over a span of 23 games. An impressive feat by Gerrard and his defensive wall created many problems for Jurgen Klopp’s team in the reverse match won thanks to a penalty from Mohamed Salah.

With two such solid defenses in this game and Klopp’s men in “finished work mode”, there is a lot of energy in supporting Liverpool to win a low-scoring match. A corner that we have used well in recent weeks in the victories against Watford and Newcastle.

Six of their last eight Premier League victories have seen Liverpool win and a select cop with under 2.5 goals, all at prices above 5/2. It’s 100/30 with Sky Bet to leave. It will be enough for me.

READY SCORE: 0-2 | BET ANGLE: Liverpool win and under 2.5 goals (100/30 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Leeds-Chelsea, Wednesday at 7.30pm, live on Sky Sports

Leeds-Chelsea
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Leeds-Chelsea, live on Sky Sports

On Sunday, Leeds fell into the relegation zone for the first time since 30 October. The days of the beautiful Bielsa ball are far away. Now is the bad guy’s time, win at all costs, bullet.

Jesse Marsch should essentially plagiarize Frank Lampard’s work at Everton. Leeds must do to Chelsea what Everton did to Chelsea. Blend, defend yourself well, and take the risk when they arise.

Wednesday 11 May 19:00


Kick-off at 19:30


That task may be easier than even the odds suggest, with Thomas Tuchel’s team preparing for an FA Cup final despite being in poor shape. Eight points out of their possible last 21 left them just one point ahead of fourth-placed Arsenal. The Blues still need only four points to secure a Champions League spot next season, but they won’t panic yet with home games with Leicester and Watford coming up after their trip to Wembley.

Markets have set the target line at around three, which leaves the price below 2.5 around 5/4 a bit too big in my view. Chelsea are not the team to score first this season. Just under 50% of Chelsea’s last 13 games have fallen below the under 2.5 goal line, while Leeds will focus on keeping things ultra tight in the back in an effort to get a result.

PRONOSTIC SCORE: 1-1 | BET ANGLE: Under 2.5 goals (5/4 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Watford-Everton, Wednesday 7:45 pm

With absolutely nothing at stake for Watford’s bar pride, which has failed to provide motivation for most of the season, so it seems unlikely to be spawned now, Everton simply needs to be supported. The problem is that many people think the same way and the price of an away win has plummeted. I think we can be greedy and raise that price to 5/2 with Sky Bet backing Everton to win by one goal. No Premier League team has lost more games to a single goal by the Hornets with 12 margins of losing a goal on the way. Meanwhile, Everton’s last three wins under Frank Lampard have been for an odd goal.

READY SCORE: 0-1 | BET ANGLE: Everton wins by one goal (5/2 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Leicester-Norwich, Wednesday 7.45pm

Are you going to skip this game, right? The dead tire of all dead tires. But these end-of-season deals with nothing at stake tend to produce a lot of action because players have a lot more freedom to express themselves without any danger at stake. Leicester have the forwards to activate the style against the Premier League’s worst defense, but also offer opportunities on the other side. Their matches have seen an average of 3.09 goals scored every 90 minutes – only Leeds, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool have scored more.

With a potentially heavy match expected, sustaining the game to produce more than 3.5 goals at 6/4 will be fine.

PRONOSTIC SCORE: 3-1 | BET ANGLE: Return on 3.5 goals (6/4 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Wolves vs Manchester City, Wednesday 8:15 pm, live on Sky Sports

Wednesday 11 May 20:00


Kick-off at 20:15


I have a lot in common with most of the Premier League teams as Manchester City have a habit of making us seem ignorant. In my quest to become an extraordinary player, I advised Pep Guardiola’s guys not to win three times since December, including Sunday against Newcastle. They won those games with an aggregate score of 16-0. “You’ll be fired tomorrow morning,” the Twitter trolls sang. It was difficult to argue.

City’s 5-0 win over Newcastle certainly calms their nerves and appears to have set them on the road to a fourth title in five seasons. With the added context of knowing that a draw in one of the next two away games would still leave the title situation in their hands, it’s really hard to argue that this City side are throwing a stench of performance. They are simply too professional and relentless for the Premier League to be their only focus now. In a match that is likely to be quite uncertain – Wolves’ games this season have averaged just 1.97 goals every 90 minutes, a league low – I am happy to support City to win without conceding a goal.

READY SCORE: 0-1 | BET CORNER: Man City wins to zero (10/11 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Tottenham-Arsenal, Thursday 19:45, live on Sky Sports

Spurs against Arsenal
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Spurs vs Arsenal, live on Sky Sports

Arsenal have a clear advantage in the run-up to the top four, but knowing you can settle for a draw in this spicy match could become a problem. Tottenham has no other choice. For them it is victory or failure. With so many goals on their side and a manager who usually does the work in big games, the lawsuit for an 11/10 home win with Sky Bet is easy to pull off.

Thursday 12 May, 7.00 pm


Kick-off at 7.45pm


Heung-Min Son has rewarded our confidence in the goal market at Anfield by scoring his 20th goal of the season in the Premier League and is just two behind Mohamed Salah now in the Golden Boot contest. Son ventures into far more dangerous areas than in previous seasons as his partnership with Harry Kane continues to blossom. Arsenal felt the strength of Son’s scoring skills, conceding the South Korean striker three goals in his last four Premier League matches. Son has scored in his last two home wins over the Gunners and 5/2 for him to repeat the trick is a bet worth following.

READY SCORE: 2-1 | BET CORNER: Heung-Min Son scores and Tottenham wins (5/2 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

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