Jones is aware of: Mina goes house in opposition to Southampton
Our tipster Jones Knows is back with a bet for Super Sunday – he predicts that Everton's defender Yerry Mina will hit the goal sheet with his head in Southampton.
Your regular readers (hello mom) will no doubt have had sleepless nights from my absence from the Sky Sports platforms. Don't worry about those hassles, a jackpot has hit my end. A jackpot that is more satisfying than any major betting triumph.
Grayson Lewis Jones was dramatically born into this world on September 16. And my quest to beat the bookies was interrupted while I faced the great challenge of conceiving a newborn that, according to initial observations, has the same lung capacity as N & # 39; Golo Kante. Like the midfield general, he just doesn't stop. You think he's done. Then he goes again.
Fortunately, he now understands that Daddy will have to go back to hunting in the Premier League.
Remember comrades, whatever tip I will be back. We are there together …
Southampton v Everton, Super Sunday, 2pm Kick-off: 1 point against Yerry Mina to score a header (18/1 with Sky Bet – bet here!)
Simply put, the Sky Bet Odds compilers insulted Yerry Mina with the price he offered for scoring a head-on goal, which he has already done this season. And as head of the & # 39; Yerry Mina Recognition Society & # 39; it offends me and irritates me at the same time. At 18/1 the tall Colombian on the south coast will give us a great run for our money.
No team has scored more goals than Everton this season from corners and free kicks (6), and no team has created more chances from situations like this (12).
Michael Keane and Mina are great threats, especially Mina who my regulars know is one of the best in world football when it comes to attacking a high ball.
We went to Everton's game against Watford on this Mina Street last season and with our money invested in his chances of scoring the first goal with 50/1, instead of firing first but twice in the game met. Doh! Prove the theory correctly that it was grossly overpriced, but briefly changed us in the dosh operations.
He owes us one.
What is Super 6 Extra?
Super 6 extra While there are some similarities to the game we all know and love, the beauty of this Sunday game is that you have to correctly predict six questions to win the jackpot. These are as follows:
- What is the full-time score?
- What is the mid-term review?
- Who will score the first goal?
- Who will get the first card?
- How many corners are taken?
- Who will be the man of the game?
As with Super 6, there is a tiebreaker who will split the winners if there is more than one at any point. This is going to be a possession slider so just slide it to whatever value you think possession will be at the end of the game and that could be the difference between being empty handed or a sweet £ 5,000 get away. Play here!