Football News: Premier League Best Bets – West Ham Winning Without Conceding, Chelsea Scoring Rampantly

Get ready to make some profit with our football tips

Our tipster Jones Knows has already made £40.5 worth of profit this season! He has handpicked a few bets that you might want to follow this weekend with an 18/1 shot on his radar.

How did we do last weekend?

We were unlucky last week as Morgan Gibbs-White didn’t get involved in a bad-tempered match that saw eight yellow cards and Daniel Podence charged for spitting. Nevertheless, we are confident about our picks this week.

Our Recommendations:

  • Bet 1: 1pt on Brighton to finish top four (9/2 with Sky Bet)
  • Bet 2: 1pt on Michael Keane to have at least one shot, over 2.5 goals in Wolves vs Chelsea and Bournemouth to avoid defeat at Leicester (13/2 with Sky Bet)
  • Bet 3: 1pt on West Ham to win to nil and over 3.5 goals in Wolves vs Chelsea (18/1 with Sky Bet)

Michael Keane should be bouncing with attacking verve following his last-gasp goal against Tottenham on Monday, making him a great bet to register at least one shot at Evens with Sky Bet. Meanwhile, it is baffling to see Bournemouth at near Evens to avoid defeat at Leicester, continuing with their high chance creation figures and recent victories over Wolves, Liverpool and Fulham. The shackles just may come off this Chelsea side, and their previous record under Lampard suggests high-scoring football is probable against Wolves.

David Moyes, who yet again looks to be in a win-or-be-sacked situation, will be demanding safety-first defending from West Ham. That should set the tone for a scrappy affair where the Hammers will hope to play in moments and rest on their attacking quality to win them the game, as they have done in their previous victories over Everton, Nottingham Forest and Southampton. The 7/2 with Sky Bet for West Ham to win without conceding again looks a tempting proposition.

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