Sunderland to beat United 3-1 and Jermain Defoe to score first, 700/1
- Manchester United have the greatest Boxing Day record in the Premier League, winning a huge 18 of their last 20 games on that day.
- David Moyes returns to his former – albeit temporary – home for the first time, when he heads to Old Trafford on Monday. United are currently on four wins in all competitions, and nine points from the last nine in the league.
- However, last season saw a 3-0 victory at Old Trafford, with goals from Juan Mata, Memphis & Wayne Rooney. The reverse fixture saw United lose 2-1, with goals from Wahbi Khazri and a David De Gea own goal, alongside a cool finish from Anthony Martial.
West Brom to beat Arsenal 4-0, 500/1
- Arsenal have only lost one of their last 11 league meetings with West Brom, drawing twice.
- West Brom have only won at the Emirates in a league game once, in September 2010. The score was 3-2 and featured goals from Peter Odemwingie, Gonzalo Jara & Jerome Thomas.
- The Baggies have won two and lost two of their four games in December so far. They haven’t won three games in one month since November 2012.
- The last time Pulis’ side managed a 4-0 defeat was just a month ago, at home to Burnley, who were three down by half time.
Chelsea to beat Bournemouth 7-0 and Willian to score first, 800/1
- In the last seven meetings between these sides, Chelsea have won five and lost two. However, last season saw a lovely shock result as The Cherries managed a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
- This punter may well be dreaming of Chelsea’s 7-0 hammering of Stoke back in 2010, Salomon Kalou bagged a hat-trick alongside two from Frank Lampard, one from Daniel Sturridge and another from Florent Malouda.
- Willian has three goals and one assist so far this season, his most recent in Chelsea’s win over Manchester City at The Etihad.
- The Blues’ greatest win over Bournemouth came the last time these two met in April 2016. It was a 4-1 victory where Eden Hazard scored his first league goals of the season, he has already scored eight this season.