Premier League predictions: Jones Knows says Tottenham will fail Leicester | Soccer News

There are still two Premier League games left in midweek for our tipster Jones Knows – and he believes Tottenham will fall to Leicester on Wednesday night.

Leicester v Tottenham, Wednesday 7.30pm – Watch the best moments of this game after full time for free

Leicester’s attack is purring, and I want to give them my full confidence in the second half of the season, starting with this game where the 2/1 with Sky Bet for a home win is worth watching. The Foxes have scored 27 goals in their last 11 games in all competitions, including games against Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

Antonio Conte has made Tottenham a harder nut to crack, but organizational levels have been hit by the absence of Eric Dier, who appears to be an important player for Conte playing in the heart of defence. Leicester have selection issues in defense but have the quality and current form on the front line to create big chances against the north Londoners.

Few players are in better shape at the moment than James Maddison and his scoring chances are worth adding to the home win bet. Playing his favorite role up front, he has scored in four of his last five appearances.


BETTING ANGLE: Leicester win and James Maddison scores (11/2 with Sky Bet)

Brentford vs Manchester United, Wednesday 8 p.m. – Watch the best moments of this game after full time for free

It’s a tough time for Brentford, who may be slipping towards the level many expected them to perform when assessing their pre-season chances. Thomas Frank’s side have lost nine of their last 14 Premier League games after losing just one of their first seven. And, judging by what Manchester United produced for the majority of their 2-2 draw with Aston Villa, an away win looks the way to play this one at 4/5 with Sky Bet.

For those who want to increase that price in a chance against, getting Manchester United to win at half-time and full-time at 7/4 seems like an interesting play. Brentford have an unfortunate habit of getting off to a slow start and have conceded a Premier League record 21 goals in the first half of games this season, including seven in the first 15 minutes of games.

We have yet to see Ralf Rangnick’s true style of football at United, but there was an urgency to start games on the front foot – as seen by scoring under nine minutes in three of their last four matches .


BETTING ANGLE: Manchester United to win at half time and full time (7/4 with Sky Bet)

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