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Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal in brilliant Boxing Day 11/4 treble

The January sales will soon be upon us, so make the most of these excellent odds and stand a chance of bolstering your bank balance for Boxing Day madness.

Coral are focusing on capital city action, with London big-guns Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal available at an incredible 11/4 all to win.

Here’s why this special bet is worth a festive flicker.

Chelsea v West Ham United
West meets east London in this Boxing Day derby, where Jose Mourinho’s men are odds-on favourites at 1/3 to down the Hammers.

Chelsea have lost to the Upton Park outfit just once in their last 18 duels across all competitions, and hold the head-to-head record with 37 league wins.

The Blues have cemented their Christmas number one slot at the top of the Premier League table after winning a feisty battle away at Stoke City.

Still unbeaten at Stamford Bridge this season, Chelsea will be eager to protect their fortress over the festive period, and are 11/10 to keep a clean sheet.

Cesc Fabregas was on target last time out, and is 2/1 to net again anytime. Meanwhile, Oscar, who scored against West Ham last season, should return to the starting XI, and is 7/4 in the same market.

Leicester City v Tottenham
Spurs are 21/20 favourites to sink Leicester, who are on a dreadful streak of a dozen league games without a win and, have lost all of their last five.

Nigel Pearson looks increasingly likely to be axed, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men 14/5 to win to nil, after the Foxes failed to find the target in their past two matches.

Erik Lamela scored a stunning strike against Burnley in his last outing, and is 9/4 to net again anytime.

Arsenal v QPR
The Gunners round off this tasty treble against relegation-threatened QPR, who they are odds-on favourites at 1/4 to beat.

Arsenal did the double over the Hoops when these two teams last met in the top flight, and are 11/4 to put four or more past their visitors, who have conceded five in their last two games.

Arsene Wenger will be glad to have Olivier Giroud back and firing on all cylinders. The fantastic France international is in fine form, having grabbed three goals in his past two outings, which makes him 7/2 to draw first blood.