Premier League betting: Back 12/1 acca weekend and Joe Willock to score at 9/2 | Soccer News

Our tipster Jones Knows now has 71 profit points for the season after last weekend – can he find the winning formula again?

How did our bets go last time?

Oh yes.

Harry Maguire’s fine and beautiful header struck home a 20/1 winner for us as Manchester United scored from a corner for the first time in 138 attempts. A great proponent of the theory that if at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try, try – you get the picture.

The bonus of Paul Pogba registering two shots meant our 11/2 shot on him and Maguire having a shot on target also landed in the first half. This means that we are now working towards a profit of 71.5 points this season. Loyal supporters staking £10 a point would be sitting with £715 right now.

P+L = +71.5

1pt on Joe Willock to score anytime for Newcastle vs Brentford (5/1 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Having given Joe Willock the man of the match during my reporting duties on Newcastle’s game with West Ham last weekend, he caught my attention a lot for this game in many markets. Eddie Howe has found the perfect role for Willock in this system where he can use his smart runs in dangerous areas. This takes him into great positions, which has skyrocketed his shots per game average. In his last four games, he has managed 14 shots on goal, including three on target. Brentford have faced the fourth most shots on target of any team this season so the 11/10 with Sky Bet for Willock to have one or more shots to hit the target is a cracker, part of my accumulator weekend below.

You also have to respect his odds of 9/2 in the goalscoring market at all times, which I’m happy to invest a point in. His expected goals data from the last four matches puts him as Newcastle’s second most dangerous striker and remember, he’s a player who scored in seven consecutive matches last season. His goal at West Ham could send him on another streak.

Sunday, February 27, 3:30 p.m.

Kick off 4:30 p.m.

1pt on Ben Mee for having one or more shots on target, Joe Willock for having one or more shots on target, Wolves for winning or drawing against West Ham & Liverpool for having more corners than Chelsea (12/1 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

I combined my four best angles throughout the weekend into a tasty accumulator that should give us a good run.

Ben Mee showed in the previous encounter this season his love for playing at Crystal Palace, scoring his third goal against the Eagles. He also had two shots in that game. In total, he’s managed 0.95 shots per game this season – only Aymeric Laporte, Joel Matip and Antonio Rudiger average a higher ratio in terms of centre-backs shooting outside. If he hits that mark in this game, then the 4/5 with Sky Bet for him to have one or more hits should really land quite comfortably. Willock’s case has been featured above when it doesn’t make sense for West Ham to be favorites against Wolves – they need to be taken care of.

Hopefully we will have the money for the final game where Liverpool should beat Chelsea in the corner race. They have won the corner run in 29 of their 33 Premier League and Champions League games this season (87% strike rate).

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