Jones’ Best Bets: Palace to Avoid Defeat, Luton Corners, and Bramall Lane Cards Form 6/1 Weekend Treble

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Our tipster is back with his best bets column for the weekend. You can watch free highlights of all Premier League matches shortly after the games end. Also, don’t miss your chance to play Super 6 for a shot at winning £250,000! After a frustrating midweek filled with bad luck, Jones Knows is looking to bounce back with a 6/1 treble for the weekend.

Punters often speak loudly through their betting choices, and the tipster is feeling the effects. Despite having solid winning opportunities, it ended with a -2 return instead of the +16 points of profit he anticipated. The disappointment comes from two losing bets in the midweek action. The first losing bet was on Luton to win five or more corners, both Everton and Fulham to not score, and Curtis Jones to have two or more shots vs. Chelsea, all at 8/1 odds.

Luton did win five corners early on, Everton and Fulham ended 0-0, but Jones failed to have two shots as expected. The second losing bet was on Luton to win eight or more corners vs. Brighton at 8/1 odds. Luton was dominant in their corner count, but fell short of the eighth corner needed to win the bet. Sometimes the game can be harsh.

Brighton’s struggles weren’t unexpected, considering their poor form in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Luton’s corner-winning ability has been consistent, accumulating 49 corners in their last six matches. The tipster sees potential in the Newcastle vs. Luton match for corner betting after Newcastle’s impressive performance at Aston Villa. He also expects a high corner count in this match and is backing 11 or more corners at 4/5 odds.

Finally, the tipster is banking on referee Paul Tierney to issue 50+ booking points in the Sheffield United vs. Aston Villa match due to both teams’ recent disciplinary records. Remember to follow our dedicated WhatsApp channel for the latest breaking sports news, analysis, in-depth features, and videos.

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