Our Premier League Tips for Boxing Day - 26/12/21

James Budgen

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Arsenal to win 3-0 17/2

After a few slip-ups in away games, Arsenal have regained their form by winning their last four games, scoring 14 goals, and only conceding twice in their win streak. Norwich, on the other hand, have lost their last three games after a decent start under new manager Dean Smith.

Arsenal have controlled games very well recently, and have added goals to their solid performances recently with their young stars stepping up, with Gabriel Martinelli, in particular, in red hot form, scoring four times and assisting twice in his last six Premier League games.

Burnley vs Everton under 1.5 goals 8/1

Both Burnley and Everton are defensive-minded teams - Burnley more so than Everton - but with two defensive-oriented teams, the goal tally is most likely to be low. In Burnley’s last three games, there have only been one goal, showing their intentions going into a game is defensive solidarity.

Everton showed some promise in their last fixture against Chelsea, defending for 90 minutes and grabbing a draw, but with injuries and covid-19 cases to key attacking players such as Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Andros Townsend, it will be a struggle to break down a resilient Burnley defence.

Anytime Double - 04/07

Shanghai Port
Shanghai Port
Hebei FC
Hebei FC
Mon 04th Jul

Anytime Goalscorer - Cherif Ndiaye

Ndiaye has scored 4 goals in his last 5 games.

Orlando City
Orlando City
DC United
DC United
Mon 04th Jul

Anytime Goalscorer - Ercan Kara

Ercan Kara has scored 4 goals in 3 of his last 5 games.

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Tottenham to win and both teams to score 10/3

Spurs have looked a different team under Antonio Conte. They are more energetic and look structurally better both in defence and attack and their last league game against Liverpool emphasised that they were defensively organised, but still conceded goals with lack of quality at the back. However, more importantly, they created multiple decent chances which have been their problem this season, especially with Harry Kane still yet to get going, although he scored in the draw with the Reds.

Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace side are more possession-based this season, and they are seventh in the league for most average possession, which is perfectly set up for a Conte side which likes to play without the ball and counter-attack teams with open space they leave behind.

West Ham to win, over 2.5 goals & 4+ corners each team

Both West Ham United and Southampton have been struggling for form recently, with West Ham having one win from their last seven matches, whilst Southampton are winless in their last six matches.

The Hammers' problem has been their goalscoring form, as they’ve only scored twice in their last four fixtures with striker Michael Antonio out of form. On the other hand, Southampton’s struggles come in defence, as they are without a clean sheet in their winless streak.

With West Ham being at home, it is their perfect opportunity to regain their form, whilst both teams play for set-pieces with Southampton for James Ward-Prowse’s delivery and West Ham for their multitude of tall players.

Manchester City to beat Leicester City 4-0 9/1

Manchester City have been in scintillating form recently, winning their last eight Premier League games which has seen them take the top spot in the table. Leicester, on the other hand, have been very inconsistent this season, shown in their quarter-final Carabao Cup loss to a heavily rotated Liverpool team after being 3-1 up.

With 11 goals in their last two games and no goals conceded, Manchester City will most likely control the game, with Leicester being forced to sit back due to their injuries at the back, and when City are allowed to control games, they usually are able to win comfortably.

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