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Jones Knows the Best Bets: 7/1 Treble on the Final Day of the Premier League

Our top tipster Jones Knows publishes his final best bets column of the season as he hunts for a 7/1 treble on the final day of the Premier League.

How did we get along last weekend?

Ouch. That hurt.

Luton did their part, winning five or more corners on Saturday. Arsenal and Manchester United played their part and put in a low-scoring affair where we scored under 3.5 goals. And then Liverpool, who we beat Aston Villa by over 2.5 goals. Seven minutes from time it was 3-1, Villa looked exhausted and out of ideas, the 6/1 winner was in our hands and then Jhon Duran spoiled us. He was as hungry as a wolf. I was sick as a parrot. It ended 3:3.

It means we ended the season with a whimper, having now been left one-legged for the treble in six of the last seven weeks. Arsenal fans will tell you that there are good margins in this sport.

A profit was made, but it’s admittedly a disappointing return as our old friend Variance operates in its not-so-mysterious way. One last roll of the dice to end the season. It was a pleasure as always.

P+L = +12.5

1 point Treble for both teams to score at Man City against West Ham, seven or more Brighton corners against Man Utd and Nottingham Forest to beat Burnley (7/1 with Sky Bet – Bet here!)

West Ham look like a good bet to score at Man City with both teams a chance to score at 4/5 and Sky Bet is hard to ignore.

West Ham are an excellent counter-attacking team, with Mohamed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen exceptionally good in transition and City vulnerable to this style of play. Keeping clean sheets has already been difficult for City this season, as they have conceded at least one goal in 33 of their 46 games in the Premier League and Champions League.

Manchester United have conceded the most corners of any team in the Premier League this season (272), yes – more than Sheffield United. Brighton’s corner line has been set at 10/11 at 10/11 for seven or more corners won, which seems very fair to me considering United conceded eight goals when the two met at Old Trafford and at least seven in 13 of the last Corners conceded 17 games.

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Fury vs. Usyk

Finally, Nottingham Forest seems like a good price to beat Burnley. Forest has been publishing some impressive metrics for some time now. If you compare expected goals for and expected goals against the difference since February 1, you get +3.55, which is actually the sixth best record of any team in the Premier League. Burnley are second to last at -12.32. On the counterplay, they should be able to eliminate Vincent Kompany’s men.

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