Leicester v Manchester City (15:00)

Manchester City have only failed to score against Liverpool and Chelsea in all competitions this season, so they're certainly worth backing to get on the scoresheet on Boxing Day.

The champions have been leaky at the back recently, too, having let in three against Crystal Palace at the weekend and failed to keep a clean sheet in eight successive matches.

Leicester managed to score against Chelsea last time out, and they've found the net in six of their eight home league games this season.

Birmingham v Stoke (15:00)

Birmingham have found form in front of goal, having scored at least twice in six of their last seven Championship matches.

Garry Monk's side have netted in seven of their last eight home games in the Championship, and also managed just one clean sheet during that period.

They now face a Stoke side that have scoring in six successive league games, bagging a total of 11 goals while keeping just two clean sheets during that run.

Sunderland v Bradford (15:00)

Bradford have had their problems this season, but scoring goals hasn't been an issue recently, with 15 goals in their last five games in all competitions.

The Bantams have won their last two games 4-0 and 2-0, but it's hard to see them keeping a clean sheet against a Sunderland side that have scored in every home league game so far.

The Black Cats have been involved in 16 BTTS matches out of 21 in League One this season, the highest proportion in the division.

Watford v Chelsea (19:30)

The two Premier League meetings between these sides last season finished 4-1 and 4-2, and a similar scoreline would be no surprise on Boxing Day.

Watford have bagged seven goals in their last three league games, and a 2-0 win at West Ham last weekend was their first clean sheet in eight.

Chelsea have scored in seven of their eight league away matches so far, with goals at both ends in each of their last three on the road.


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