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Here are the some pointers to help you predict the scores in the 6 matches.
Arsenal v West Brom
- Arsenal have lost just one of their last 11 Premier League games against West Brom, winning eight of them (D2).
- The Baggies' only away Premier League win versus Arsenal came in September 2010, as they ran out 3-2 winners at the Emirates (D1 L8).
- The last time West Brom played Arsenal on Boxing Day was in 2002 – going 1-0 up before losing 2-1 to the Gunners.
Burnley v Middlesbrough
- Burnley are winless in their last six league games against Middlesbrough, failing to score in four of those contests (D2 L4).
- Boro have lost just one of their last seven visits to Turf Moor in the league (W3 D3).
- Burnley have failed to score in their last three Boxing Day games, one of which was against Boro in 2013 (L3).
- Middlesbrough have won their last five Boxing Day clashes without conceding a single goal.
Chelsea v Bournemouth
- Chelsea have won five of their previous seven games in all competitions against Bournemouth, losing the other two.
- However, the Cherries did beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last season 1-0, thanks to a goal from Glenn Murray.
- Chelsea haven't lost a league game on Boxing Day since being beaten by Charlton 4-2 in 2003 (W6 D5 L0 since).
- If Chelsea win this match, they'll set an outright club top-flight record of 12 successive league wins, beating a run of 11 wins set in September 2009.
Leicester v Everton
- Leicester did the double over Everton last season on their way to the title, the first time they had done that since 1985/86. However, these are Everton's only defeats to Leicester in 13 league games (W2 D9).
- The Foxes haven't won a Premier League Boxing Day match since beating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 in 1998 (D1 L5).
- Everton are unbeaten in their last four Premier League away games on Boxing Day, scoring exactly one goal in each match (W2 D2 L0).
- The Foxes have conceded a goal in each of their last 10 Premier League games – only bottom of the league side Hull are on a longer run without a clean sheet in the competition (15 games without one).
Man Utd v Sunderland
- Manchester United have lost just one of their last 24 top-flight home games against the Black Cats, in May 2014 (W16 D7).
- Sunderland haven't beaten Manchester United in successive top-flight games since 1951 (three in a row).
- Manchester United have won more Premier League games on Boxing Day than any other team (18).
- This will be the third time in their last 10 Premier League Boxing Day matches that the Black Cats have faced Manchester United; losing to twice against them in 2007 (0-4) and 2010 (0-2).
Swansea v West Ham
- Swansea beat West Ham 4-1 in May, their only win in their last seven Premier League fixtures against the Hammers (D3 L3).
- West Ham have taken a point in their last three visits to Liberty Stadium in the Premier League, but haven't won there since April 1983.
- Swansea City have won consecutive Boxing Day fixtures for the first time since 2007, beating Aston Villa in 2014 and West Brom in 2015 – both by 1-0 scorelines.
- This will be the third occasion that Swansea and West Ham will play each other on Boxing Day; with the Hammers unbeaten in both previous clashes (winning 3-0 in 1949 and drawing 1-1 in 1933).