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Boxing Day Bet Boosts: Bigger prices on EVERY Premier League game

We’re offering Bet Boosts on selected markets for every Premier League game as the top-flight gets back underway on Boxing Day.

Following an unprecedented mid-season break, the spotlight falls back upon the Premier League on Monday as English football’s elite resume their quests for success and survival.

Whilst football disappointingly didn’t come home from Qatar, there is still plenty of reason for festive cheer as some of the world’s biggest sides and high-profile players reconvene on the domestic stage.

To celebrate the Premier League’s return, we’ve boosted prices on a number of markets across all games from the next round of fixtures, including the live televised showdowns between Brentford and Tottenham Hotspur (12:30) and Aston Villa and Liverpool (17:30).

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Brentford v Tottenham Hotspur
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Harry Kane – To Score Two or More Goals

Was 6/1 >> Now 7/1

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Nobody knows just how Harry Kane will respond to his World Cup heartache after missing a crucial spot kick in England’s quarter-final defeat against France. 

The 29-year-old squandered a glorious late opportunity to level the tie for a second time after expertly dispatching the 58th penalty of his career earlier in the encounter. 

England’s joint all-time record marksman strikes you as the type of character to bounce back from his setback in style against Brentford, but as we have seen with Mohamed Salah recently, pain on the international stage can impact club form thereon after.

Let’s not forget, he did notch in each of his last two appearances for his country, against Senegal and France, whilst he has also been on the goal-trail on the domestic front prior to his international commitments – bagging in seven of Spurs’ last nine Premier League outings.

The disappointment of Qatar will be etched in his mind still, there is no doubt about that, but he will be equally as fired up to banish that memory at the first available opportunity. 

A fired-up Harry Kane is always a dangerous Harry Kane, and we are now 7/1 that he nets two or more goals on his return to league action. 

Leicester City v Newcastle United
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Bet Builder:
Match result will be Leicester or Draw
Patson Daka to Score Anytime in the Match
Over 2 Goals in the Match

Was 11/2 >> Now 13/2

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Both sides come into this particular encounter desperate to maintain their outstanding pre World Cup form, and whilst history suggests there will be goals (24 in the last six meetings), it’s difficult to pick a winner.

Newcastle United have been sensational under Eddie Howe, and make the trip south on the back of a 13 game unbeaten run, perched inside the Champions league positions on the back of five straight league successes.

Leicester City meanwhile, have bounced back from a disastrous start to the campaign, in which they were rooted to the bottom, by winning four of their last five, including successive 2-0 triumphs on the road at West Ham United and Everton.

Whilst we make Newcastle the 6/5 favourites, there could be little in this one, and despite none of the past 16 encounters between the two sides ending in stalemate, there is every chance that we do finally see a draw for the first time since 2010.

With some talented attackers set to take to the field, there is an expectation that there will be plenty of goalmouth action. Let’s not forget, that over the past few years, this fixture has averaged four goals per game.

One of the players on target in this fixture 12 months ago was Patson Daka, the former RB Salzburg hitman, who notched 11 times on his debut campaign at the King Power Stadium. He will be keen to strike against the same opposition once more.

Aston Villa v Liverpool 
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Bet Builder:
Match result will be Liverpool
Darwin Nunez to Score Anytime in the Match
Over 2 Goals in the Match

Was 7/2 >> Now 9/2

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Back-to-back Premier League successes over Tottenham and Southampton should have Jurgen Klopp’s men fired up as they look to ignite a charge for a top four position over the second half of the season.

Liverpool have been surprisingly lacklustre this term, especially on the road where they have won just once, and will face an Aston Villa side who looked rejuvenated under new boss Unai Emery prior to the recent break.

Historically, Villa Park has been a relatively happy hunting ground for the Reds though – winning eight of the last 10 meetings in the Midlands, including a 2-1 triumph last season in which Sadio Mane proved the match-winner with a second half strike.

Villa will undoubtedly fancy their chances on Boxing Day too however, especially having thumped Manchester United on Emery’s home debut last month, but if Liverpool can build on the momentum they built ahead of the World Cup then they have more than enough about them to see this one through.

The ‘Over 2 Goals’ trigger would have been hit in each of Villa’s last five league outings as well as all of Liverpool’s three most recent Premier League fixtures, so it’s safe to say that goals can be expected in this fixture.

Uruguayan ace Darwin Nunez was at the thick of the action for Liverpool in their last encounter in the league, bagging a brace in a 3-1 win over Nathan Jones’ Southampton, and he will desperate to net in successive English top-flight fixtures for the first time since his big money summer switch to Merseyside.

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All odds displayed in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change at any time.

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