Man City, Newcastle and Arsenal all to win at an exciting 11/2

Go with Coral for a pre-Christmas Premier League TV special, by backing all of household names Manchester City, Newcastle United and Arsenal all to win their respective games at 11/2.

Title holders City host Crystal Palace, the Magpies welcome biter rivals Sunderland and Arsenal travel to confidence-lacking Liverpool.

Man City v Crystal Palace
The Sky Blues have won each of their last six matches in all competitions with the Eagles, which is why they are odds-on at 3/10 to beat them again. Their previous three victories, meanwhile, have all been to nil, so back them at 19/20 to do so once more.

Manuel Pellegrini’s Premier League champions are on a fantastic run of five straight top-flight wins, as they continue to close the gap of table-toppers Chelsea. Palace, meanwhile, have juts one victory in their last 10.

For goals, go for Yaya Toure, who netted against the Eagles last term, at 9/2 to close the scoring again, and the evergreen Frank Lampard at 6/5 in the anytime market.

Newcastle v Sunderland
The Magpies are another team in top form, having won six of their last nine league matches, to place them up into eighth place after a poor start to the season. Sunderland, on the other hand, are without a victory in six games, making Newcastle odds-on 10/11 favourites here.

Spanish striker Ayoze Perez is the man to look to in this fixture, having netted four times in recent weeks. He is 5/4 to score anytime. Papiss Cisse, meanwhile, has the best Premier League goals-to-minutes ratio this term, and is evens in the same market.

Liverpool v Arsenal
Arsenal have lost just one of their last six games in all competitions against Liverpool, who are currently on a miserable run that sees them down in 11th, and are tasty 6/4 favourites for victory over them once more.

The Gunners have netted exactly twice against the Reds in five of their previous six fixtures against them, and are 23/20 chances to hit that many or more past them again.

Back in-form forwards Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud to be non target here, at 7/4 and 15/8 respectively in the anytime market.