Jones Knows overcame Wolves to beat West Ham on Saturday night and thought their barren penalty shootout was over, with the imaginary Ruben Neves scoring 15/2.
How did we get in the last outing?
My betting scheme of basing my best plays around Armel Bella-Kotchap’s strike against Southampton against Aston Villa proved to be disappointing in two parts. First, the price dropped shortly after publication – these things can happen in the world of books we live in and then, perhaps more importantly, he didn’t have a shot when Southampton had rather miserable against Aston Villa.
Two points down from that weekend leaves us still in the red – something that’s quite common in the early stages of the season because patterns and trends are hard to find. However, the betting gods feel a bit against me with some results. For example, my theory of having so many goals in the second half of Tottenham vs Leicester is overvalued.
Theory? I mean the same thing with four goals that came after the break in Spurs’ 6-2 win.
Play well, you think. But not. My taking of such a corner was so ridiculous that my decision to delay the second half to create more goals than the first half was somehow defeated because there were also four goals in the first half.
This game huh?
P + L = -5
When the rivals left, the player quickly became the star of the Premier League rankings. It has history, there is hatred and what makes it stand out from the rest is that both teams are operating at the same level, vying for supremacy.
Both are quality teams trying to throw punches at Manchester City and Liverpool above them. Trying to decipher who’s going to have the biggest punch on Saturday is hard work. Home advantage obviously helps Arsenal, but this Spurs team has always scored well and I predict both teams will be very happy with a draw at this stage of the season. I am quite confident that Arsenal’s run of 24 Premier League matches without a draw will end here.
I’m also hunting for bets on the card market.
In the past four seasons, no match has produced more cards than Arsenal vs Tottenham. Exactly 40 yellows and 4 reds in the last 8 encounters. I expect this to be fiercely contested in a red-hot atmosphere.
With that in mind, the odds of 4/6 with Sky Bet on 50 or more bookings (10 yellow points, 25 red points) make sense and I won’t draw everyone’s attention to the 5/2 odds on 70 booking points or more points. That bet will happen on 6 of the last 8 meetings between these two teams in the Premier League. I’m pretty strong on draw chances and cards, so I’m combining the two to make a nice 5/1 game.
1p for Ruben Neves to score Wolves and West Ham (15/2 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!) & 0.5p for Neves to score a penalty and Wolves win 1-0 (80/1) with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)
I’ve been plotting to bet on Wolves when the price is right for most of the season – and now is the time to act.
Wolves possess two important characteristics to win football matches: difficult to score and have the ability to dominate matches in the midfield. The trio at the heart of their midfield of Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Matheus Nunes have produced some impressive tunes in games this season that have failed to deliver offensive results as performance data shows. The first half on the pitch of Tottenham, which they completely dominated, was starting to come to mind.
This looks like the perfect time to join West Ham, who are looking a bit dated under David Moyes despite significant investments over the summer. The boss could become a victim of his own success because of the level of expectations at the club to such an extent that the home game against Wolves will be seen as a match the locals will expect to dominate and win. win. However, a team that has won just two of their last 14 Premier League games may not actually be able to meet that payout.
If Wolves depend on my beliefs then surely Neves will have a big part to play. For my money and eyes, he is the best central midfielder outside of the ‘big six’ teams. Sorry, Declan.
Neves started both Portugal’s Nations League matches against the Czech Republic and Spain during halftime and looks set to be a definite start for his country at the World Cup, insists add to his development.
I want to help him score goals this weekend. No player has had more shots on target at Wolves than Neves this season (12) and you don’t just make money from open play – he’s scored 16 goals for Wolves from outside the box, including one at this season – there’s also the penalty situation to consider. Neves, in the absence of Raul Jimenez, seems to enjoy taking penalties for Wolves, having scored all five penalties in the Premier League. And surely as the newly appointed captain, he will level up.
There is debate and uncertainty over who took the penalty as Wolves have only been awarded one penalty since the start of last season. No team in the Premier League during that time has won less. Brighton have won 10 in that same span and even Fulham have won 2 in just 7 games back in the top flight. An average penalty has been taken in every 5.8 Premier League games since the start of last season, so Wolves’ journey has been quite spectacular.
It’s an odd statistic as Wolves’ forward line is rife with sleight of hand, with Pedro Neto, Daniel Podence and Goncalo Guedes potentially fouling. They are fifth in the Premier League for fouls won in third place overall this season (17) while Guedes is currently being fouled 3.26 times every 90 minutes – which really makes him a winner. became the most fouled player in the Premier League, along with Wilfred Zaha.
This anomaly in terms of penalties will soon be rectified based on the data and this weekend could be the time to catch it up against West Ham, who are prone to conceding under David Moyes due to their desire to defend. deep and narrow. inside their box. As well as having conceded two penalties this season, only three teams in the Premier League have conceded more penalties since Moyes’ return to West Ham (17).