With the dust settling on the World Cup quarter-finals in Qatar, domestic football action in the Championship takes precedence on Sunday.
With more European Champions Cup rugby union action also to look forward to, there's plenty of sport to take in on a chilly December Sunday.
After the disappointment of relegation from the Premier League last season, Burnley have responded well and are impressing under new boss Vincent Kompany.
With just two defeats in their first 21 games of the season, the Clarets have been in excellent form as they prepare to travel to QPR on Sunday.
The R’s on the other hand are in freefall after five games without a win in the Championship, including four defeats.
Paul Hall has been tasked with trying to turn the ship around in the short term, after he was appointed interim manager following the departure of Michael Beale to Rangers.
With Burnley in strong form, the Clarets look well-priced at 13/10 for the three points at Loftus Road.
Watford will be looking to boost their automatic promotion hopes as they welcome out-of-form Hull City to Vicarage Road on Sunday.
The Hornets are looking to keep up the pace with the top two, with Sheffield United just behind front-runners Burnley in the standings.
Watford have lost just one of their last six Championship games, while Hull have managed only one win in their last five league outings.
Considering their contrasting form, Watford are 13/8 to be leading at half-time and full-time against the Tigers.
Saracens will begin their European campaign when they welcome Edinburgh to the StoneX Stadium in the Champions Cup on Sunday.
England internationals Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje, Billy Vunipola and Jamie George have all been named in their starting XV, while Scotland hooker Stuart McInally has recovered from injury to start for the visitors.
Saracens have won all of their nine games in the Premiership this season and are firm favourites to overcome Edinburgh this weekend.