Premier League Boxing Day Betting Picks 2018

Premier League Boxing Day 2018

Premier League Boxing Day Quick Picks

  • Liverpool (-2.0, -130)
  • Arsenal (-145)
  • Manchester City (-1.5, EVEN)
  • Fulham Draw (+225)

Liverpool Beats Spread Over Newcastle

Liverpool (-2.0, -130)

Rolling along as winners of their past five, Liverpool will continue their outstanding, undefeated campaign with a trip to St. James in Newcastle. Anything other than a victory will be an upset for the Mo Salah lead club, which has won only two of their last five meetings against Newcastle.

Anything other than a victory will be an upset for the Mo Salah lead club, which has won only two of their last five meetings against Newcastle.

Unfortunately for Newcastle, their defending has been suspect over a run of disappointing results, which have plunged them into relegation territory. The books are stacked for Liverpool, who feature large -650 odds to win on Boxing Day. Choosing to bet on a brace spread will increase the risk of your wager, but a -130 payout is worth rolling the dice. Worst case scenario, Liverpool pushes this result with a 2-0 final score.

Liverpool To Beat Newcastle Odds

Arsenal Defeats Brighton

Arsenal (-145)

They don’t feature the type of overwhelming firepower and brick-wall defending as the glory days, but the Gunners still field an impressive side during the 2018-19 season. Other than a strange defeat to Southampton a week ago, Arsenal tends to acquit themselves well, within striking distance of top three on the table.

The boxing day schedule gifts a sleepy Brighton and Hove Albion club which has dropped three in a row, including an uninspired 2-0 loss to Bournemouth a few days ago. After displaying an outstanding compete level, Brighton’s dimmed somewhat to sink to the bottom third. Considering the disparity between the quality of these competitors, a -145 line for an Arsenal win represents solid value.

Arsenal To Beat Brighton Odds

Man City Defeats Spread Over Leicester City

Manchester City (-1.5, EVEN)

Sometimes, an unexpected result causes the odds to shift dramatically when the outcome was an outlier instead of a trend. Fans were rightfully outraged by Crystal Palace defeating Manchester City 3-2 a few days ago, their second loss over the past three matches. These losses plunged Man City behind Liverpool in the table, also reducing the betting odds for their boxing day matchup.

Manchester City will be able to rebound from their shocking loss to Crystal with a solid victory over Leicester City, who have lost two of their last three – including a defeat against Crystal. Normally, a -1.5 spread between the top of the table and a mid-table club wouldn’t offer an even payout. Man City’s losses are your gain, as punters overreact to recent trends.

Manchester City To Beat Leicester Odds
-1.5 Spread

Fulham Draw With Wolves

Fulham Draw (+225)

There are plenty of draws available at the bottom of the table, as teams attempt to climb over one another to remain in the Premiere League. Fulham has been one of those rare clubs which appear a bit better than their results, mostly because of a pop gun attack.

Are you ready for another 0-0 draw? The Wolves will not be able to find goals easily at Craven Cottage on boxing day, as Fulham desperately attempts to avoid losing. Fulham’s defense will play well, but their attack will leave fans unsatisfied.

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Premier League Standings

  • Liverpool - 48 - Champions + Champions League.
  • Manchester City - 44 - Champions League.
  • Tottenham - 42 - Champions League.
  • Chelsea - 37 - Champions League.
  • Arsenal - 37 - Europa League.
  • Manchester United - 29
  • Watford - 27
  • Bournemouth - 26
  • Leicester - 25
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers - 25
  • Everton - 24
  • West Ham - 24
  • Brighton & Hove Albion - 21
  • Crystal Palace - 18
  • Newcastle - 17
  • Southampton - 15
  • Cardiff City - 14
  • Burnley - 12 - Championship.
  • Huddersfield Town - 10 - Championship.
  • Fulham - 10 - Championship.