It opens deliciously as Leicester hosts United
He should be the starter first at 12:30 p.m. main dish with two hopes in the title leading the battle at King Power Stadium. Second-placed Leicester are, surprisingly perhaps, outsiders against United, but Kevin Hatchard believes those chances are correct, recommending Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s back in form but an unpredictable side.
Back United to win @ 2.447/5
Head towards the cottage
Following are a couple of starting games at 3pm with an improved Fulham away to Southampton, one of the surprises so far. The Cottagers have drawn the last three, while the Saints enter the game defeated by Manchester City, all of which leads to a Infogol draw.
Back 1-1 @ 7.26/1
The value of a villa
At the same time, Aston Villa welcomes Crystal Palace. Dean Smith’s team has two games in most of the division and wins in both would rank them among them Chasers of the Champions League. It’s some reversal from last season. The palace was destroyed last time by unbridled Liverpool, and Paul Robinson makes Villa a safe selection to start his attempt to pick a boxing day from the winner.
Arteta’s last attitude?
Evening KO is a mass game for Mikel Arteta who sticks to holding managerial reins as he slides with each game at the moment. He’s the artillery chief 2.35/4 favorite to have the next Premier League manager sacked and must be desperate for at least a positive performance against Chelsea before a kinder series of games. However, it does not look good. Arsenal are without friends in the odds for the match and can be supported 4.3100/30 on a Betfair exchange with Chelsea for almost even money. Our premier Mark O’Haire is avoiding chances of a match in favor of a goal market where he doubts we will see the most pair.
Return less than 2.5 goals in 2.02 Arsenal v Chelsea
Mark’s boyfriend Football … Only Bettor Panelist Jake Osgathorpe, however, disagrees that Chelsea’s win / less than 3.5 goals doubled his in-game bet. Listen to Jake, Mark and Kevin on the weekend schedule in the podcast below.
Norwich to extend the series undefeated
And Mark is on championship championships, a live Boxing Day divisional match leading Norwich leader to Watford. The Hornets have a new manager and the Canaries are currently flying, Mark recommends the same Game Multi based around Norwich not to lose. You can restore it below …
Back Norwich Double Chance and Norwich scored more than 0.5 goals at 1.73
Blades good for a point
The other manager under pressure is Chris Wilder who has scored just two points from 14 games in charge of Sheffield United this season. He welcomes Everton to Bramall Lane with Toffees showing mixed form. Arsenal were beaten for the last time in the league, but Manchester United knocked the Merseysiders out of the League Cup on Wednesday. Both Infogol and our browser Andy Schooler think the Blades will avoid defeat.
Back Sheffield United to win @ 4.57/2
Blades good for a point
Finally, starting the same day, Premier League day concludes with Manchester City at home in Newcastle. City have predictable short chances for this at a price that many will consider just an ACCA tariff. Our browser Steve Rawlings – no less a City fan – has a way to support a modest home win at a decent price, combining the two correct results.
½ pt Manchester City to win 2-0 @ 8.27/1
½ pt Manchester City to win 3-0 @ 7.87/1