Jones Knows’ Best Bets – Back Chilwell to Fire First at 33/1, 15/2 and a 12/1 Treble

Jones Knows has launched his betting analysis on 10 Premier League matches this weekend and has three top picks at 33/1, 15/2 and an attractive 12/1 treble.

Ben Chilwell was an inspiring wing-back in Chelsea’s opening win against Dinamo Zagreb and looked to be back on form. However, he hobbled off with a hamstring injury and will miss England’s World Cup opener against Iran in just over three weeks’ time.

Chelsea vs Leeds

Chelsea are without a win in six matches and manager Graham Potter faces an urgent choice if his side cannot turn things around against Leeds on Saturday. A loss at home would leave Chelsea 10th and 14 points off the top four, closer to relegation than Champions League qualification!

The Blues have not had the best away record this season, but their 1-0 home victory against Southampton should give them confidence. They boast a formidable squad and plenty of quality in midfield; expect an intense battle.

Ben Chilwell will have the chance to make his mark against his former club – making the 33/1 odds with Sky Bet on him firing first look very appealing! That could make for a tasty 12-1/2 weekend treble for Jones Knows followers!

Arsenal vs Bournemouth

On Saturday at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal faced off against Bournemouth with two goals down. But Mikel Arteta’s side came from behind to secure an incredible comeback victory thanks to goals from Thomas Partey, Ben White and Reiss Nelson’s last-minute winner that restored their lead at the top of the table to five points.

After their shocking loss to Manchester City in February, Arsenal have shown remarkable resilience and are becoming masters of finding a way. So far this season they have 14 different goal scorers. Their fans are overjoyed and the atmosphere at Emirates Stadium is electric.

At the Emirates Stadium, Bournemouth went ahead thanks to a breathtaking goal from Philip Billing – the second fastest goal in Premier League history that left Mikel Arteta speechless.

Arsenal had a good first half, dominating and keeping the ball well with plenty of one or two touch passes. They pressed hard and looked like they could score at any moment. Despite that, it wasn’t their most convincing performance.

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Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

On Saturday, the 2022-23 English Premier League season opens with a pivotal mid-table clash between Crystal Palace and Aston Villa. Both clubs are only one point apart in the table and will be looking to improve their positions this weekend.

Both teams have made contrasting starts to the season, with Palace opening with a draw against Liverpool and Villa picking up victory at Everton. Now both sides hope to get back on the winning side this weekend when they host each other at Selhurst Park for what promises to be an exciting matchup.

Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira must decide whether to continue with his usual 4-2-3-1 system or switch to a back four for this clash against Aston Villa. Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard also will be without two centre-backs in Kortney Hause and Tyrone Mings due to injuries.

West Ham vs Brighton

West Ham are eager to put an end to a run of two consecutive Premier League defeats when they host Brighton this afternoon. Despite narrow losses away at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester City, the Hammers remain in fourth place in the table and haven’t lost at home since September.

David Potter may make some changes before their final attempt to keep their team in the top half of the table, although it won’t be an easy game. With their recent record in league matches and out of European contention, this should be a crucial game for them.

Jones Knows has put Chilwell at 33/1 to go off first and win at 33/1. After winning his last two fights before the fifth round and looking impressive against Tuivasa previously, Chilwell could be worth taking a punt on.

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