The English Premier League competition continues on the boxing day with Aston Villa hosting Chelsea Football Club at the Villa Park Stadium. Chelsea is expected to bounce back to their winning form after they failed to record a win in their last two Premier League matches against Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Other teams like Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, and West Ham United will also get into action in tomorrow’s fixtures to cruise to victory. Liverpool, Everton, and Wolves fixtures were postponed due to issues of the Covid-19 pandemic and have been scheduled later. In tomorrow’s fixtures, most teams will continue on their winning streak while some will crumble to embarrassing defeats. This article consists of the four teams that may lose their matches in boxing day fixtures.
Below are tomorrow’s fixtures
Manchester City vs Leicester City
Norwich City vs Arsenal
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
West Ham United vs Southampton
Aston Villa vs Chelsea
Brighton vs Brentford
Here are the teams that may be defeated;
Venue: Villa Park.
Reason: strong fixture.
The blues might crumble to a devasting defeat on their travel to the Villa Park Stadium on boxing day fixture as they will be locking horns with strong Aston Villa tomorrow.
Chelsea has been struggling to win their matches lately and might not be lucky to secure a draw against Aston Villa at the Villa Park.
2. Norwich City:
Struggling Norwich City might be defeated in boxing day fixtures as they will be hosting strong Arsenal. Arsenal’s performance recently has been incredible and might love to continue on their impressive form by thrashing their host in tomorrow’s fixture.
3. Leicester City:
Another team that may lose their match is Leicester City as they will visit Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium for an EPL clash.
The league leaders would love to maintain the first position in the EPL table, thereby imploring every means to beat Leicester in tomorrow’s match.
4. Crystal Palace:
Crystal Palace may also lose their match against Tottenham in the boxing day fixture. Tottenham held to a 1-1 draw against strong Liverpool in their last EPL match and would love to bounce back to their winning ways by beating Crystal Palace.
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