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Despite the fact that Liverpool, Leeds, Watford, Everton, Burnley, and Wolves will now be absent from the Premier League due to an increase in Covid cases, it promises to be a spectacular Boxing Day.

Manchester United and Newcastle United will have an extra day off before returning to action, but the rest of the Premier League’s clubs will take to the field for seven hours of nonstop football.

  1. Spurs will want revenge against an old foe
    Patrick Vieira faced his old rivals Tottenham for the first time since his Arsenal days in September and what a reunion it was for the former midfielder.

He guided his Crystal Palace side to a resounding 3-0 victory over Spurs in what was a torrid display by Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.

Vieira proved to be a thorn in Spurs’ side for years and silenced them once more in the Selhurst Park encounter.

Tottenham will want revenge and they are an entirely different proposition under Antonio Conte, compared to the team that was turned over three months ago.

  1. Arsenal can cement a top four spot
    The Gunners are gathering momentum as their youngsters continue to step up and shoulder the responsibility under Mikel Arteta.

Their abysmal start seems a distant memory as they’ve found form and moved up into fourth position.

They’ve registered three league wins on the bounce and they can cement their place in the Champions League spots against relegation-threatened Norwich.

Arteta’s side are currently four points ahead of West Ham – although they have a game in hand – and six points off third-placed Chelsea.

The young boss isn’t afraid to make bold calls, indicated by his decision to take the captaincy from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and his methods finally seem to be bearing fruit on the pitch.

Source: Daily Mail

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