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Boxing Day Betting Guide: Our writers’ best football tips 26 12 22

We've compiled our best football tips from the Boxing Day matches, including goals and win/draw/win, into a 35/1 five-fold.

22 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Boxing Day Betting Guide: Our writers’ best football tips 26 12 22

Adam Drury provides his football tips from the Boxing Day action across the Premier League and Championship.

Under 2.5 goals in Brentford v Tottenham (12:30)

Tottenham could be without Richarlison, Harry Kane and Son Heung-min here and even if they are fit, the World Cup hangover could still be present for all of them.

Regardless, this bet has landed in four of Spurs’ last five league away games.

Brentford’s last four home matches have finished 2-0, 0-0, 1-1 and 1-1.

BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Crystal Palace v Fulham (15:00)

This bet has landed in six consecutive Fulham away games, including at Arsenal, Tottenham and Man City.

Marco Silva’s side have also won 3-2 at Forest and Leeds on that run and have seen this bet land in 10 of their last 12 games overall. They have scored the seventh-most goals in the league.

Crystal Palace have scored in six consecutive home matches, with this bet landing in four of them.

BTTS: No in Everton v Wolves (15:00)

Everton’s Premier League BTTS ratio stands at 40 per cent this season, with Wolves’ the joint-lowest at 33 per cent.

BTTS hasn’t landed in any of  the Toffees’ last six league matches, with Frank Lampard’s side failing to score in five of them.

Julen Lopetegui’s side took 77 minutes to score against League Two bottom club Gillingham in the League Cup on Tuesday.

Leicester draw no bet v Newcastle (15:00)

Leicester are rarely this long to win a home game, so taking them with the insurance of your money back if it ends as a draw seems like the value play.

The Foxes have won six of their last seven matches, only failing to beat Manchester City in a 1-0 defeat.

Newcastle are in great form, but their rhythm may have been interrupted by the World Cup and they are simply too short to back here.

BTTS in Middlesbrough v Wigan (15:00)

BTTS has landed in six of seven Middlesbrough matches since Michael Carrick took over as manager.

Boro have scored eight goals in their last four games and won 4-1 at Wigan in October.

The Latics have looked more threatening going forward under new manager Kolo Toure, creating plenty in a 1-1 draw at Millwall and a 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United in his two games in charge.

*Odds subject to change.

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