Where to Find the Best Betting Offers for the Premiership Festive Period Fixtures Including Arsenal v Liverpool

Premiership Festive Period - Match Days 19 to 22

It's a fickle game is football. 3 days before Christmas and your team is sitting comfortably near the top of the table and then, come to New Year, a few rogue results have seen them slip way down. Yes, it's that time of year when things can and often do take a dramatic turn in any direction. There are some exciting clashes to look forward to over the festive period, especially for the neutrals who can chomp contently on leftovers whilst watching the drama unfold. Here are our tastiest picks from the Premier League matches this holiday season.

Arsenal v Liverpool - Friday 22nd December kick off @ 1945hrs

  • With only one point between them in the league table, this game looks set to be a cracker as the 2 strong teams battle it out for the chance of the fourth place spot over Christmas. With both teams comfortably winning at least 3 of their last 6 matches, this looks set to be a high scoring match. It will be Liverpool that enters as the bookies' favourites, currently on a fantastic run and having not lost a match to Arsenal since the FA Cup in 2014. With both teams racking up the goals this season, it may well be that Liverpool need to begin play with caution as they struggle to prove themselves defensively, having let in a whopping 20 goals since the season began. Compare that with the 12, 12 and 14 of the top 3 and it's easy to see where their weakness lies. With Arsenal showing similar traits, this game really is anyone's for the taking and should be a corker to watch.

Swansea City v Crystal Palace - Saturday 23rd December kick off @ 1500hrs

  • Sitting at opposite ends of the Premier League table, these 2 teams are fighting very different Christmas battles as 2017 draws to a close. Currently, in 14th place, Crystal Palace will be buoyant from their recent 3-0 win over Leicester City and will be looking for a 3rd victory on the bounce. Swansea, on the other hand, having won only one of their last 10 games and losing 8 of them. A win would see them rise above the 20th spot for Christmas and if there was ever a team to achieve this against, Crystal Palace would be it. The last time Palace beat The Swans was in 2009. In a total of 28 encounters, Swansea have lost only 5 of them but enter this without a manager but in the reliable hands of Leon Britton, now caretaker manager. Both teams carry few injuries worries and therefore can be expected to put their all into the match on Saturday.

Everton v Manchester United - Monday 1st January kick off @ 1730hrs

  • Despite 2nd placed Manchester being 16 points ahead of Everton in the league table, this game looks set to be a closely fought battle as both teams will enter the pitch on a background of great runs. Both teams have won 5 out of their last 6 games with some convincing scorelines and neither will be happy with nothing less than a win. Top goalscorer Wayne Rooney will once more be playing his former long-term team and will have something to prove after their 4 nil defeat to Man U back in September. If history is anything to go by, his team will have to work hard as they have not beaten Man U since 2015. On the flip side, several factors are currently working in Everton's' favour. Under relatively new boss Sam Allardyce, the team are on a winning streak. That, and having won 15 out of their most recent 19 home games, they should be boosted with confidence and, if they transfer the confidence to form, then really the match is there for the taking.

Best of the Rest

  • With a full calendar right through the festive season, including 8 games on Boxing Day and 5 on New Years Day, there looks to be plenty of opportunity for movement throughout the Premier League, especially in the bottom 5, where only 5 points stand between 16th placed Bournemouth and 20th Swansea. There are lots to be gained with a win, with all but Swansea able to climb out of the bottom 4 if results go their way. Of the Boxing Day fixtures, 2 choice matches offer battles at either end of the table. Near the top, Man U take on Burnley at home, with Burnley having won 3 of their last 5; whilst at the bottom, West Ham take on Bournemouth and a win for either could see them rise into the top 12. Whatever happens over the next 2 weeks, there is still a great deal to play for in the Premier League.

Remaining Fixtures:

Saturday 23rd December kick off @ 1500hrs (Unless Stated)

  • Everton v Chelsea - Kick Off @ 1230hrs
  • Brighton & Hove Albion v Watford
  • Manchester City v AFC Bournemouth
  • Southampton v Huddersfield Town
  • Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion
  • Swansea City v Crystal Palace
  • West Ham United v Newcastle United
  • Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur - Kick Off @ 1930hrs
  • Leicester City v Manchester United - Kick Off @ 1945hrs

Tuesday 26th December Kick Off @ 1500hrs (Unless Stated)

  • Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton Kick Off @ 1230hrs
  • AFC Bournemouth v West Ham United
  • Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Huddersfield Town v Stoke City
  • Manchester United v Burnley
  • Watford v Leicester City
  • West Bromwich Albion v Everton
  • Liverpool v Swansea City - Kick Off @ 1730hrs

Wednesday 27th December - Kick Off @ 1945hrs

  • Newcastle United V Manchester City

Thursday 28th December - Kick Off @ 2000hrs

  • Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Saturday 30th December - Kick Off @ 1500hrs (Unless Stated)

  • AFC Bournemouth v Everton
  • Chelsea v Stoke City
  • Huddersfield Town v Burnley
  • Liverpool v Leicester City
  • Newcastle United v Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Watford v Swansea City
  • Manchester United v Southampton - Kick Off @ 1730hrs

Sunday 31st December

  • Crystal Palace v Manchester City - Kick Off @ 1200hrs
  • West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal Kick Off @ 1630hrs

Monday 1st January Kick Off @ 1500hrs (Unless Stated)

  • Brighton & Hove Albion v AFC Bournemouth - Kick Off @ 1230hrs
  • Burnley v Liverpool
  • Leicester City v Huddersfield Town
  • Stoke City v Newcastle United

Tuesday 2nd January - Kick Off @ 1945hrs (Unless Stated)

  • Southampton v Crystal Palace
  • Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur
  • West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion
  • Manchester City v Watford - Kick Off @ 2000hrs

Wednesday 3rd January Kick Off @ 1945hrs

  • Arsenal v Chelsea

Thursday 4th January - Kick Off @ 2000hrs

  • Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United

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