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Languagecaster Predictions: Boxing Day Fixtures

Boxing DayIt’s Boxing Day in a few days, which is traditionally a festival pf football over the Christmas period in the UK. Eight of the ten Premier League games will kick off on the afternoon of the 26th and will be enjoyed by thousands of fans enjoying the holiday season. Matches to look out for are Tottenham v Southampton, with Spurs boss taking his team to where he managed for one and a half seasons. A few days after Boxing Day, there’s a London derby with south versus north, as Crystal Palace host Arsenal. And Manchester City will take their winning record to 18 on the bounce if they can beat Newcastle.

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