Man Utd, Man City and Liverpool in fantastic festive 3/1 treble
What better way to spend Boxing Day than tucking into that leftover turkey in front of some great games?
Treat yourself to a late present and enhance your enjoyment of the Christmas fixtures by backing giants Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool at a thrilling 3/1 all to win.
Manchester United v Newcastle United
This clash between two northern rivals is always a highlight of the football calendar, and the Red Devils are odds-on favourites at 2/5 to triumph.
United have racked up a whopping 81 victories across all competitions against the Magpies, who have bested their opponents on only 41 occasions.
Last time these two teams duelled, the Red Devils thrashed Newcastle 4-0, with Juan Mata bagging a brace. The sensational Spaniard has been providing assists and goals galore lately, making him 12/1 to score two or more again.
Radamel Falcao found the net on his return to the starting XI and is 6/5 to grab a goal anytime.
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City
City are understandably heavy odds-on favourites at 1/6 to defeat West Brom, having won their last eight game across all competitions.
The Sky Blues’ sensational run of form has seen midfielders Frank Lampard, David Silva and Yaya Toure chipping in with their fair share of goals.
Scintillating Silva and Toure are 7/4 and 5/4 to be on target again anytime respectively, with Lampard 5/1 to fire home last.
The Baggies, meanwhile, have not beaten the Citizens in their last eight attempts, and have registered just one win in their last seven matches.
Burnley v Liverpool
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds are odds-on favourites at 17/20 to beat Burnley, who are still struggling in the relegation zone.
Last time Liverpool clashed with the Clarets in the top flight, they did an emphatic double, putting eight past them in two games.
The Anfield outfit are 33/1 to make it three 4-0 results in a row, or 11/4 to score three or more.
Skipper Steven Gerrard was the instigator in those previous victories, bagging a brace. The ex-England captain is 9/1 to score two or more, whilst in-form Raheem Sterling will likely start as a striker again and is 4/1 to draw first blood.