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Where to Watch Boxing Day Football Fixtures

Boxing Day football fixtures

When it comes to football, one of the biggest and most anticipated days in December, is Boxing Day. December the 26th can be make or break for some football teams, especially those already at the bottom of the table. While major European leagues take a much-needed break over the Christmas period, the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and  Arsenal will be out on the pitch looking to score some goals.

Three o’clock

As usual, all the games taking place on Boxing Day, will be kicking off at the same time – 3pm and there are a total of eight Premier League fixtures;

  • ⇒ Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton at 12.30pm
  • ⇒ Bournemouth v West Ham United
  • ⇒ Chelsea v Brighton and Hove Albion
  • ⇒ Huddersfield Town v Stoke City
  • ⇒ Manchester United v Burnley
  • ⇒ Watford v Leicester City
  • ⇒ West Bromwich Albion v Everton
  • ⇒ Liverpool v Swansea City at 5.30pm

Championship games

It’s not only Premier League teams kicking off on the 26th, because there are 12 games in the Championship too;

  • ⇒ Millwall v Wolverhampton Wanderers at 1pm
  • ⇒ Barnsley v Preston North End at 3pm
  • ⇒ Birmingham City v Norwich City at 3pm
  • ⇒ Bristol City v Reading at 3pm
  • ⇒ Burton Albion v Leeds United at 3pm
  • ⇒ Cardiff City v Fulham at 3pm
  • ⇒ Hull City v Derby County at 3pm
  • ⇒ Ipswich town v QPR at 3pm
  • ⇒ Middlesbrough v Bolton Wanderers at 3pm
  • ⇒ Nottingham Forest v Sheffield  Wednesday at 3pm
  • ⇒ Sheffield United v Sunderland at 3pm
  • ⇒ Brentford v Aston Villa at 7.30pm

Other days

There are more Premier League football matches kicking off after christmas and before the New Year, these are;

  • ⇒ Newcastle v Manchester City on 27th December at 7.45pm
  • ⇒ Crystal Palace v Arsenal on 28th December at 8pm
  • ⇒ Saturday 30th sees the EPL football teams in-play at 3pm;
  • ⇒ Bournemouth v Everton
  • ⇒ Chelsea v Stoke City
  • ⇒ Huddersfield Town v Burnely
  • ⇒ Liverpool c Leicester City
  • ⇒ Newcastle United v Brighton and Hove Albion
  • ⇒ Watford v Swansea City
  • ⇒ Manchester United v Southampton at 5.30pm

Televised matches

Off all the boxing Day football fixtures, there are just a handful available to view on Sky Sports; Tottenham v Southampton and Liverpool v Swansea City. Two Champions League fixtures are also being shown on Sky Sports; Burton Albion v Leeds and Brentford v Aston Villa. BT sport are showing no Boxing Day games, but online sports betting companies such as Betfair Sport offer a live-in play streaming facility for funded players.

Bet on

There are many sports book companies that offer a in-play bet service on the above football fixtures, these include 888 Sport, Betfair and Guts Sport. if you are not a member at these online bookies, you can register within minutes and claim a welcome offer of free bets or a deposit boost, which can then be used on your favorite sporting fixtures.

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