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With Christmas in the rearview mirror, match week 21 is ready to kick off on in the first round of fixtures for the new year, with nine Premier League fixtures and a Championship match to look forward to. You can also keep an eye out for our football betting odds.
Brighton v Chelsea (Wednesday, 12.30pm) – Callum Hudson-Odoi
Chelsea left it late to beat Arsenal in the last game week, with Tammy Abraham finding a late winner. It was the subs that turned the game for Chelsea in the second half, particularly the energy of Callum Hudson-Odoi. We’re backing Lampard to reward the England international with a start and for him to grab the opening goal in this one.
Burnley v Aston Villa (Wednesday, 12.30pm) – Ashley Barnes
It already feels as though Burnley have done enough to keep themselves out of any real relegation trouble and they have done so by winning matches like this one. Villa have struggled at both ends of the pitch recently and look very short of a goalscorer. He struggled against Man Utd in their last game, but we’re backing Ashley Barnes to rediscover his goalscoring form here.
Newcastle v Leicester City (Wednesday, 3pm) – Jamie Vardy
Leicester got back on track last time out at West Ham following back-to-back defeats and still look like the only side capable of mounting a challenge to Liverpool for the title. Newcastle have been buoyed by their defenders and midfielders chipping in with goals but may struggle in this one. After missing the game at West Ham, Jamie Vardy will be raring to go in this one and is expected to get himself on the scoresheet.
Watford v Wolves (Wednesday, 3pm) – Troy Deeney
Despite defeat to Liverpool last time out, Wolves are still in without chance of making the Champions League after a wonderful spell of form. Watford’s season, on the other hand, finally looks like it may get going following seven points from their last three games. Troy Deeney is partly the reason for that as his timely return from fitness score him grab two goals in their win against Villa and we’re backing him to score first.
Southampton v Tottenham (Wednesday, 3pm) – Dele Alli
Despite looking in real trouble earlier on in the campaign, Southampton have stretched the gap between themselves and the relegation zones after picking up two wins and a draw in their last three. Tottenham are still stuttering since the arrival of Jose Mourinho, but appear to be moving in the right direction. One player whose form has certainly picked up is Dele Alli and he could very well open the scoring in this one.
West Ham v Bournemouth (Wednesday, 5.30PM) – Josh King
The first game of David Moyes’ second spell in the West Ham hot seat begins on New Years Day at home to Bournemouth in a relegation six-pointer. West Ham have just two wins in 13 league games and have called on the experienced Scot to arrest their decline down the Premier League table. Bournemouth could do with similar treatment after their patchy form, but will be confident heading into this one. We’re backing Josh king to get the opener in what could be a tense encounter.
Man City v Everton – (Wednesday, 5.30PM) – Raheem Sterling
Carlo Ancelotti faces his first real test as Everton manager as his new side travel to the Etihad to take on the Champions. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been in fine form as the Italian has picked up wins from both his first two games in charge of the Toffees. City bounced back from their loss to Wolves with victory against Sheffield Utd in their last game. Raheem Sterling has 11 Premier League goals already this campaign, and we’re backing him to add to that here.
Norwich City v Crystal Palace (Wednesday, 5.30pm) – Teemu Pukki
Time is running out for the Canaries to put together that meaningful run of points capable of keeping them in the division, but this fixture seems a decent place to start. Despite their comfortable league position, Palace have just one win in their last five and seem to lack an option or two going forward. Teemu Pukki was a nuisance for the Tottenham defence last time out and if he can keep his energy high, there could be a goal in this one for him.
Arsenal v Man United (Wednesday, 8pm) – Pierre Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal showed signs of improvement against Chelsea, but it still felt very familiar following Abraham’s late winner. United have shown signs of improvement too in recent weeks, with Marcus Rashford in scintillating form. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was Arsenal’s top Premier League goalscorer in 2019, with 10 more than his nearest rival and we’re backing him to score in this mouth-watering clash.
Liverpool v Sheff Utd (Wednesday, 8pm) – Sadio Mane
Sheffield United’s tough run continues with a tricky trip to Anfield, where Liverpool are now unbeaten in their last 50 league matches. There appears little chance of an upset given the Reds relentless form so far this season and we’re backing Saido Mane to add to his tally of 10 for the campaign.
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