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The Premier League's Christmas season is always a crucial time in the EPL campaign. The elite division's "Big Six" clubs are battling for the four Champions League places, and this year's festive period is set to be pivotal. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur all have a lot of league matches to play before 2018's first round of games, after which the FA Cup third round will provide a brief respite before the battles on the Road to Glory resume in the Premier League. LiveFootballTickets.com has legal, 150% guaranteed tickets - even at the last minute - for all the Holiday Season matches including Boxing Day!


No.1 - England Premier League Table, 49 points

Manchester City's trip to Old Trafford for the Manchester Derby was the biggest game of the season and City’s victory against Manchester United and their 4-0 win away against Swansea increased their advantage up to an incredible 11-point lead at the top of the table. City manager Pep Guardiola tends to keep the same game. City's upcoming matches are fairly straightforward, apart from the Watford clash, all of them against teams in the bottom seven and struggling. Man City’s match at home against Tottenham Hotspur is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to watch all the superstars in live action. City will hope to deliver a potentially fatal blow to the Spurs' slim hopes of catching them.

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Dec. 10: Manchester United 1-2 Manchester City 
Dec. 13: Swansea 0-4 Manchester City
Dec. 16: Tottenham Hotspur (H) 
Dec. 23: Bournemouth (H) 
Dec. 27: Newcastle (A)
Dec. 31 Crystal Palace (A) 
Jan. 2: Watford (H) 


No.2 - Premier League Table, 38 points

After the Manchester Derby loss to Manchester City on Sunday, and 1-0 win against Bournemouth, Manchester United have got a run of games ahead over Christmas and New Year that they will fight hard to win. United manager Jose Mourinho has a massive squad that should be big enough to cope with the extra workload during the festive season. With the Portugese boss in charge, the same period last season coincided with United's best run of form -- 9 straight wins in all competitions. United will need something similar this year if they hope to catch up with Manchester City at the top of the table. Having Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Marcos Rojo back before the festive fixtures is a big help. Ibra's early return should allow top United striker Romelu Lukaku to get a break earlier than expected. Mourinho hopes the gap to City is much less than 8 points when the Champions League restarts in February.

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Dec. 10: Manchester City (H) 
Dec. 13: Bournemouth (H) 
Dec. 17: West Brom (A) 
Dec. 23: Leicester (A) 
Dec. 26: Burnley (H) - Boxing Day 
Dec. 30: Southampton (H) 
Jan. 1: Everton (A) 


No.3 - England Premier League Table, 35 points

Chelsea still hope to defend their Premier League title, but it will depend on how they fare in the festive season. The gap to Manchester City is already 11 points. Chelsea's fixture schedule pleases Chelsea manager Antonio Conte this season in the coming weeks. Chelsea does not have to face another top-six side until they travel to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal on Jan. 3. Of their 6 December clashes, only matches on the road against London rivals West Ham, and Sam Allardyce's Everton side are potential setbacks. Accumulated fatigue could take its toll against Arsenal, who have been strong at home and performed well in a feisty goalless draw at Stamford Bridge in September. Chelsea may be optimistic of taking close to maximum points from their holiday run. 

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Dec. 9: West Ham (A) 
Dec. 12: Huddersfield (A) 
Dec. 16: Southampton (H) 
Dec. 23: Everton (A) 
Dec. 26: Brighton (H) - Boxing Day
Dec. 30: Stoke (H) 
Jan. 3: Arsenal (A)


No.4 - England Premier League Table, 31 points

An in-form Tottenham have been the top team in the Christmas festive season in each of the last two seasons, winning 7 straight matches between Dec. 14 - Jan. 14 last year. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has warned his side that it could be different this season because Tottenham are running further than ever before on Wembley Stadium's big pitch. The Spurs 4 home games look favorable on paper but Stoke, Brighton, Southampton and West Ham will challenge the Spurs. Tottenham's Champions League win over Apoel Nicosia has given increased confidence to the club. On the road, Man City may win against Spurs and a trip to Burnley is never easy. Injured Toby Alderweireld and Davinson Sanchez, who is suspended for the next three games, will be missing, Erik Lamela's return will lessen the burden on Spurs.

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Dec. 9: Stoke (H) 
Dec. 13: Brighton (H) 
Dec. 16: Manchester City (A) 
Dec. 23: Burnley (A) 
Dec. 26: Southampton (H) 
Jan. 2: Swansea (A) 
Jan. 4: West Ham (H) 


No.5 - England Premier League Table, 31 points

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool have a bloated schedule over the festive period. All 9 of the games over this period are winnable for the Reds, including Arsenal away. But there are a few tricky fixtures ahead. Sam Allardyce always enjoys defeating Liverpool, and Everton will be hoping he can guide them to their first victory at Anfield since 1999. Liverpool's injury list is short, with Nathaniel Clyne the only player missing with a long-term injury. Klopp will be able to use the squad depth he believes he has at his disposal, with rotation during this group of fixtures. Summer signings Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Andrew Robertson are expected to impress.

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Dec. 10: Everton (H) 
Dec. 13: West Brom (H) 
Dec. 17: Bournemouth (A) 
Dec. 22: Arsenal (A) 
Dec. 26: Swansea City (H) - Boxing Day
Dec. 30: Leicester City (H) 
Jan. 1: Burnley (A) 


No.7 - England Premier League Table, 30 points

Arsenal go into the busy festive period with a well-rested and nearly fully fit squad, thanks to Arsene Wenger's rotation policy in the Europa League. December offers a great chance to take advantage their form with two away games against London clubs. The home games against Liverpool and Chelsea could prove decisive in the battle for top four spots, but it's equally important to avoid any slip-ups against the minnow clubs.

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Dec. 10: Southampton (A) 
Dec. 13: West Ham (A) 
Dec. 16: Newcastle (H) 
Dec. 22: Liverpool (H) 
Dec. 28: Crystal Palace (A) - Boxing Day
Dec. 31: West Brom (A) 
Jan. 3: Chelsea (H) 

Surprisingly Burnley is No.6 on the England Premier League Table with 31 points. Leicester City (8th with 26 points), Watford (9th with 22 points), and Everton (10th with 22 points) round out the rest of the “Top Ten” EPL sides.


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