Manchester United vs Sunderland TV Channel, Time, Team News, odds

Manchester United vs Sunderland TV Channel, Time, Team News, odds

Manchester United vs Sunderland TV Channel, Time, Team News, odds here And you can get more information of this match ..Manchester United have been handed a couple of juicy fixtures over the Christmas and New Year period and they

welcome Sunderland on Monday. Manchester United have found their footing after a tumultuous period where they were finding it insanely difficult to win matches.

Manchester United vs Sunderland TV Channel, Time, Team News, odds
Manchester United will be home for Christmas this year as they welcome Sunderland to Old Trafford on Boxing Day.
Sunderland are currently in the bottom three but have won two of their last four matches including a 1-0 victory over Watford on Dec. 17. They also took three points from current champions Leicester City back at the very start of the month.

Manchester United vs Sunderland TV Channel, Time, Team News, odds

Which TV Channel is Manchester United vs Sunderland on?

The match will not shown live on British TV.
As always you can follow the action as it happens on our live blog, thought. Kick-off is at 3pm on Monday Dec. 26.
Team News for Manchester United vs Sunderland
Only James Wilson from Manchester United’s first squad is definitely unavailable through injury. Luke Shaw, Eric

Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan are all assessed as doubtful but are in contention. Mkhitaryan has missed the

victories over Crystal Palace and West Brom since being injured by Tottenham’s Danny Rose, Bailly played at

Selhurst Park but came off and was absent at The Hawthorns while Shaw has not played since coming off at half-time

in last month’s League Cup victory over West Ham.

Sunderland have six long term absentees :

Lee Cattermole, Lynden Gooch, Paddy McNair, Jan Kirchoff, Billy Jones

and Duncan Watmore. Jack Rodwell is nearing full fitness and is likely to return at the end of the week but Steven

Pienaar and Javier Manquillo should both return to the squad. Sunderland are likely to be unchanged after defeating

Watford last time out, with Jason Denayer pushed into midfield and Fabio Borini raiding From the flanks.

What are the odds?

Manchester United win : 2/9
Sunderland win: 12/1
Draw : 11/2

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

Defending champions Leicester City continue to have a dismal campaign in the 2016-17 Premier League season. The team will try to move up the standings as they clash with fellow reeling squad Everton on Monday, December 26 at the King Power Stadium. Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

 
Ahead of the action, We will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixtures, with team news, provisional squads, being odds and Opta status.

 
Leicester City prepare to lift the Premier League trophy after their clash with Everton.

 

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

 

Kick-off time

 

Leicester host Everton at the King Power Stadium in the Premier League on Boxing Day, Kick-off a 15:00 GMT.

 

Team News

 

Leicester City

 

Robert Huth misses Leicester’s title party against Everton as he starts a three match ban after accepting a change of violent conduct following an off-the-ball tangle with Marouane Fellaini in last week’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United.

 
Jamie vardy is available, though after completing his suspension following a red card against West Ham and subsequent additional game for improper coduct.

 
Danny Drinkwater is benned after his red card against Manchester United but Matty James could feature after recovering from a knee injury which had kept him out for a year.

 
Provisional squad : Schmeichel, Schwarzer, Simpson, Chilwell, Morgan, Wasilewski, Fuchs, Schlupp, Inter, King, Kante, Mahrez, Albrighton, Gray, Amartey, James, Dyer, Vardy, Ulloa, Okazaki.

 

 

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

 

Everton

 

 

Gareth Barry and Seamus Coleman have only an outside change of being fit for Everton’s trip to Premier League Champions Leicester City on Saturday.

 
Barry ( groin ) and Coleman ( hamstring ) are more likely to return against Sunderland next week while captain Phil Jagielka ( hamstring ) could make the final game of the season at home to Norwich.

 
Ramiro Funes Mori serves the final match of his three game ban while winger Gerard Deulofeu’s campaign has been ended by a knee injury.

 
Provisional squad : Robles, Oviedo, Hibbert Stones, Baines, Besic, McCarthy, Lennon, Gibson, Cleverley, Barkley, Lukaku, Dowell, Howard, Pienaar, Kone, Osman, Mirallas, Niasse, Pennington.

 

 

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

Form Guide

Leicester City : DLWLD
Everton : LDLWL

 

What are the latest odds?

 

Leicester City Win 7-5
Draw 23-10
Everton 19-10

 

Leicester City vs Everton : facts

 

1. Leicester City did the double over Everton last season on their way to the title, the first time they had done that since 1985/86.

 
2. However, these are Everton’s only defeats to Leicester City in 13 league games ( W2 D9 )

 
3. The Foxes haven’s won a Premier League Boxing Day match since beating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 in 1998 ( D1 L5 )

 
4. Everton are unbeaten in their last four Premier League away games in Boxing Day, scoring exactly one goal in each match ( W2 D2 L0 )

 
5. Leicester City have won just 17 points from their 17 games this season that less than half tally they had this stage in their title winning 2015-16 campaign ( 38 points ).

 
6. 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 1 )

Premier League 2016/17 Update Fixtures

Premier League 2016/17 Update Fixtures

Premier League 2016/17 Update Fixtures

Premier League 2016/17 Update Fixtures

Monday Premier League December 26, 2016

15:00 Watford v Crystal Palace

18:00 Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion

18:00 Burnley v Middlesbrough

18:00 Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth

18:00 Leicester City v Everton

18:00 Manchester United v Sunderland

18:00 Swansea v West Ham United

20:15 Hull City v Manchester City

Tuesday December 27, 2016

22:15 Liverpool v Stoke City

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

22:45 Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur

Friday, December 30, 2016

22:00 Hull City v Everton

Saturday, December 31, 2016

18:00 Burnley v Sunderland

18:00 Chelsea v Stoke City

18:00 Leicester City v West Ham United

18:00 Manchester United v Middlesbrough

18:00 Southampton v West Bromwich Albion

18:00 Swansea City v AFC Bournemouth

20:30 Liverpool v Manchester City

Sunday, January 1, 2017

16:30 Watford v Tottenham Hotspur

19:00 Arsenal v Crystal Palace

Monday, January 2, 2017

15:30 Middlesbrough v Leicester City

18:00 Everton v Southampton

18:00 Manchester City v Burnley

18:00 Sunderland v Liverpool

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v Hull City

20:15 West Ham United v Manchester United

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

22:45 AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal

23:00 Crystal Palace v Swansea City

23:00 Stoke City v Watford

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

23:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

Saturday, January 14, 2017

15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion

18:00 Burnley v Southampton

18:00 Hull City v AFC Bournemouth

18:00 Sunderland v Stoke City

18:00 Swansea City v Arsenal

18:00 Watford v Middlesbrough

18:00 West Ham United v Crystal Palace

20:30 Leicester City v Chelsea

Sunday, January 15, 2017

16:30 Everton v Manchester City

19:00 Manchester United v Liverpool

Saturday, January 21, 2017

15:30 Liverpool v Swansea City

18:00 AFC Bournemouth v Watford

18:00 Crystal Palace v Everton

18:00 Middlesbrough v West Ham United

18:00 Stoke City v Manchester United

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v Sunderland

20:30 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

Sunday, January 22, 2017

15:00 Southampton v Leicester City

17:15 Arsenal v Burnley

19:30 Chelsea v Hull City

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

22:45 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

22:45 Arsenal v Watford

22:45 Burnley v Leicester City

22:45 Middlesbrough v West Bromwich Albion

22:45 Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur

22:45 Swansea City v Southampton

22:45 Liverpool v Chelsea

Saturday, February 1, 2017

22:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

23:00 Manchester United v Hull City

23:00 Stoke City v Everton

Saturday, February 4, 2017

15:30 Chelsea v Arsenal

18:00 Crystal Palace v Sunderland

18:00 Everton v AFC Bournrmouth

18:00 Hull City v Liverpool

18:00 Southampton v West Ham United

18:00 Watford v Burnley

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v Stoke City

20:30 Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesbrough

Sunday, February 5, 2017

16:30 Manchester City v Swansea City

19:00 Leicester City v Manchester United

Saturday, February 11, 2017

15:30 Arsenal v Hull City

18:00 Manchester United v Watford

18:00 Middlesbrough v Everton

18:00 Stoke City v Crystal Palace

18:00 Sunderland v Southampton

18:00 West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion

20:00 Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur

Sunday, February 12, 2017

16:30 Burnley v Chelsea

19:00 Swansea v Leicester City

Monday, February 13, 2017

23:00 AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City

Saturday, February 25, 2017

18:00 Chelsea v Swansea City

18:00 Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough

18:00 Everton v Sunderland

18:00 Hull City v Burnley

18:00 Southampton v Arsenal

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v AFC Bournemouth

20:30 Watford v West Ham United

Sunday, February 26, 2017

15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City

17:15 Manchester City v Manchester United

Monday, February 27, 2017

23:00 Leicester City v Liverpool

Saturday, March 4, 2017

18:00 Leicester City v Hull City

18:00 Liverpool v Arsenal

18:00 Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth

18:00 Stoke City v Middlesbrough

18:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

18:00 Swansea City v Burnley

18:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Everton

18:00 Watford v Southampton

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace

18:00 West Ham United v Chelsea

Saturday, March 11, 2017

18:00 AFC Bournemouth v West Ham United

18:00 Arsenal v Leicester City

18:00 Chelsea v Watford

18:00 Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

18:00 Everton v West Bromwich Albion

18:00 Hull City v Swansea City

18:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18:00 Middlesbrough v Sunderland

18:00 Southampton v Manchester United

Sunday, March 12, 2017

19:00 Liverpool v Burnley

Saturday , March 18, 2017

18:00 AFC Bournemouth v Swansea City

18:00 Crystal Palace v Watford

18:00 Everton v Hull City

18:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

18:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester United

18:00 Stoke City v Chelsea

18:00 Sunderland v Burnley

18:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton

18:00 West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal

18:00 Wesr Ham United v Leicester City

Saturday, April 1, 2017

17:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

17:00 Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur

17:00 Chelsea v Crystal Palace

17:00 Hull City v West Ham United

17:00 Leicester City v Stoke City

17:00 Liverpool v Everton

17:00 Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion

17:00 Southampton v AFC Bournrmouth

17:00 Swansea City v Middlesbrough

17:00 Watford v Sunderland

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

21:45 Arsenal v West Ham United

21:45 Burnley v Stoke City

21:00 Hull City v Middlesbrough

21:45 Leicester City v Sunderland

21:45 Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur

21:45 Watford v West Bromwich Albion

22:00 Manchester united v Everton

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

21:00 Chelsea v Manchester City

21:00 Southampton v Crystal Palace

22:00 Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth

Saturday, April 8, 2017

17:00 AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea

17:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal

17:00 Everton v Leicester City

17:00 Manchester City v Hull City

17:00 Middlesborugh v Burnley

17:00 Stoke City v Liverpool

17:00 Sunderland v Manchester United

17:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Watford

17:00 West Bromwich Hotspur v Southampton

17:00 West Ham United v Swansea City

Saturday, April 15, 2017

17:00 Crystal Palace v Leicester City

17:00 Everton v Burnley

17:00 Manchester United v Chelsea

17:00 Middlesbrough v Arsenal

17:00 Southampton v Manchester City

17:00 Stoke City v Hull city

17:00 Sunderland v West Hum United

17:00 Totteham Hottspur v AFC Bourenmouth

17:00 Watford v Swansea City

Saturday, April 16, 2017

18:00 West Bromwich v Liverpool

Saturday, April 22, 2017

17:00 AFC Bournemouth v Middlesbrough

17:00 Arsenal v Sunderland

17:00 Burnley v Manchester United

17:00 Chelsea v Southampton

17:00 Hull City v Watford

17:00 Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur

17:00 Liverpool v Crystal Palace

17:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

17:00 Swansea City v Stoke City

17:00 West Hum United v Everton

Saturday, April, 29, 2017

17:00 Crystal Palace v Burnly

17:00 Everton v Chelsea

17:00 Manchester United v Swansea City

17:00 Middesbrough v Manchester City

17:00 Southampton v Hull City

17:00 Stoke City v West Ham United

17:00 Sunderland v AFC Bournemouth

17:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal

17:00 Watford v Liverpool

West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City

Saturday, May, 6, 2017

17:00 AFC Bournemouth v Stoke City

17:00 Arsenal v Manchester United

17:00 Burnly v West Bromwich Albion

17:00 Chelsea v Middlesbrough

17:00 Hull City v Sunderland

17:00 Leicester City v Watford

17:00 Liverpool v Southampton

17:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

17:00 Swansea City v Everton

17:00 West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday, May, 13, 2017

17:00 AFC Bournemouth v Burnely

17:00 Crystal Palace v Hull City

17:00 Everton v Watford

17:00 Manchester v Leicester City

17:00 Middlesbrough v Southampton

17:00 Stoke City v Arsenal

17:00 Sunderland v Swansea City

17:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United

17:00 West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea

17:00 West Ham United v Liverpool

Sunday, May, 21, 2017

17:00 Arsenal v Everton

17:00 Burnley v West Ham United

17: Chelsea v Sunderland

17:00 Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur

17:00 Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth

17:00 Liverpool v Middlesbrough

17:00 Manchester United v Crystal Palace

17:00 Southampton v Stoke City

17:00 Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion

17:00 Watford v Manchester City

Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016

Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016

Arsenal will be looking to recover their title challenge on boxing Day after a damaging few days in the build-up to Christmas. Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016

 
The Gunners had gone unbeaten in the Premier League since the opening day before Everton and Manchester City inflicted successive defeats on Arsene Wenger’s men earlier in December to leave them nine points off leaders Chealsea.

 
The loss at the Etihad Stadium also left Arsenal looking over their shoulders, with north London rivals Tottenham now just one point back in fifth in the race for Champions League football.

 

Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016

 

When is Arsenal vs West Brom ?

The match is on Sunday December 26th with kick-off 15:00.

Team News

Arsenal
Arsenal will again be without England Danny Welbeak because of a knee problem for Sunday’s final Barclays Premier League against West Brom.

 

Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016
Midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Debuchy ( both Hamstring ) are set to step up training ahead of the FA Cup final.
Captain Mikel Arteta continues his rehabilitation after an ankle problem.
West Brom
Tony Pulis has no fresh injury worries ahead of West Brom’s final game of the season at Arsenal.
Goalkeeper Ben Foster remains out until October with cruciate knee ligament damage, the Baggies only major absentee, and they could be unchanged from Monday’s 3-0 win over Chelsea.

 

Arsenal vs West Brom Latest Team News Premier League 2016
They are 10 points above the relegation zone after Pulis took over in January when they were just a point clear of the bottom three.

Head To Head last five meetings

4 May 2014 – Premier League
Arsenal 1-0 West Brom
29 November 2014 – Premier League
Arsenal 1-0 West Brom
24 May 2015 – Premier League
Arsenal 4-1 West Brom
21 November 2015 – Premier League
Arsenal 1-2 West Brom
21 April 2016- premier League
Arsenal 2-0 West Brom

From

Arsenal : DWWWLL
West Brom : WDWLWL

Where are the teams in the League ?

Arsenal currently sit 4th .
West Bromwich Albion currently sit 8th .

Juventus vs AC Milan Match Information, TV, Prediction

Juventus vs AC Milan Match Information, TV, Prediction

The biggest clash of the Serie A weekend will see two of the Peninsula’s proverbial footballing giants, Juventus and AC Milan take on one another in the Juventus Stadium. Juventus vs AC Milan Match Information, TV, Prediction, Team News

 
Juventus will clash with AC Milan in the Italian SuperCoppa 2016 match in Qatar this Friday night 23 December 2016 at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium. It’s a massive game in Italian football between the two usual heavyweights.

 

Juventus vs AC Milan Match Information, TV, Prediction, Team News

Juventus vs AC Milan Match Information, TV, Prediction, Team News

 

Juventus vs AC Milan Match Info

 

What : Italy- Super Cup
Who : Juventus vs AC Milan
Date & Time : Kick-off at 16:30 AM ( UK ); 23rd December, 2016
Venue : Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha ( Qatar )

 

TV info

 

BeIN Sports USA ( United States ), BeINSky Sports Canada , BT Sports 3 ( UK ), Sky Sports 1 HD Italia, Sky Supercalcio HD , GolTV, Sky Calcio 1 ( Italy ).

 

Juventus

This match comes at a good time for Juventus, who have just made a decisive step towards what would be their sixth successive Serie A trophy, as the 1-0 triumph over AS Roma saw them increase their advantage at the league summit to seven points. Summer recruit Gonzalo Higuain again managed to net the winner, scoring yet another important goal to prove he has developed into one world’s leading strikers. Before they jet off to Christmas holidays, Juventus players will have to prove their worth in the Supercoppa Italiana clash against AC Milan and it is hardly surprising the Turin outfit have been made strong favourites to fit the trophy. Prior to the 1-0 defeat back in October, Juventus had won nine straight competitive matches against the Rossoneri and this gives them confidence heading into the Friday’s clash. The good news it that chief playmaker Miralem Pjanic has recovered from a minor injury and he will again be expected to make the different in the final third, together with Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala. The Bianconeri have now four successive matches on all fronts and they look a good bet to make it five on the bounce.

Team News

Miralem Pjanic has declared himself fit for the AC Milan match, whereas Andrea Barzagli and Marko Pjaca have made the trip as well.
However, the likes of Leonardo Bonucci, Danial Alves and Rolando Mandragora continue to miss out injury.
AC Milan
It was AC Milan who were the best team in Italian Serie A before the Juventus resurgence, lifting the 2010/11 league title before finished four points behind the Bianconeri the following season. However, the Rossoneri have since struggled to mount a serious to 3 challenge, let alone join the title chase, but there have been sings of promise since Vincenzo Montella arrived to the club. AC Milan enjoyed a pretty impressive start to the current campaign, climbing to third in the overall standings, although they have now slipped to fifth having taken just one point from games against AS Roma and Atalanta. It is, therefore, clear that the Rossoneri will have to step up their game when they meet arguably Italy’s strongest side, although the 2-1 triumph over Juventus in the current Serie A campaign can show them the way. Ac Milan encountered numerous problems as they attempted to reach Doha, with their flight from London having been delayed and it remains to be seen whether the late arrival will have any effect on their performance. The Rossoneri are aware this is a unique change to fianaly lift a domestic trophy, and there are no doubts they will be very motivated to see off Juventus on Friday’s afternoon.

Team News

Davide Calabria and Riccardo Montolivo continue to miss out, but there are noe fresh injury worries for head coach Vincenzo Montella.

Probable Line-up:

 

Juventus ( 3-5-2 ): Buffon, Rugani, Barzagli, Chiellini, Cuadrado, Khedira, Marchisio, Pjanic, Sandro, Dybala, Higuain.

 
Injuries :

 
Bonucci ( hamstring ), Alves ( Fibula ), Mandragora ( foot ).

 
AC Mialn ( 4-3-3 ): Donnarumma, Abate, Paletta, Romagnoli, De Sciglio, Kucka, Locatelli, Bertolacci, Suso, Bacca, Bonavemtura.

 
Injuries :

 
Calabria ( ankle ).

Key Factor To Consider

 
1. AC Milan recorded a 2-1 win over Juventus in October
2. The Bianconeri had won previous nine competitive meetings
3. One goal was scored in five of their last seven meeting
4. AC Milan failed to score in two successive games
5. Juventus are on a four match winning run

Watford vs Crystal Palace 2016 Premier League Match Information, Team

Watford vs Crystal Palace 2016 Premier League Match Information, Team

Just after the of Xmas, 12th place holder Watford will play against 17th place holder Crystal Palace. The first head-to-head meeting of 2016-17 season among Watford vs Crystal Palace will be the 37th overall head-to-head. At 26th Dec. 2016, the match among Watford vs Crystal Palace at England Premier League 2016-17 will kick-off at Vicarage Road Stadium ( Watford ), which taken as match venue on 18:30 AM ( +6 UK Time ) 12:30 UK Time. Watford vs Crystal Palace 2016 Premier League Match Information, Team

Watford vs Crystal Palace 2016 Premier League Match Information, Team
Crystal Palace will be hoping for a change of fortune on Boxing Day after losing five of their last seven games.
The poor run leaves The Eagles in 17th place, only three points from the bottom of the table.

 
Watford have had a mixed stsrts to the season and currently sit in 12th place after losing their previous two games.
Six points separate the two sides going into this match, but both clubs will see each as potential relegation opponents, making this a must will fixture.

 

Watford vs Crystal Palace 2016 Premier League Match Information, Team

Match Details

League/ Season : England Premier League 2016-17
Team : Watford vs Crystal Place
Date : 26th December 2016
Day : Monday
Kick-off : 18:30 AM ( +6 UK Time ) 12:30 UK Time
Venue : Vicarage Road Stadium ( Watford )

TV Broadcasting List

ESPN Brasil
Sky Sports 1/ HD UK
ESPN Play Latin America
Starts Sports 4 Asia
Ten Sports
QQ Sports Live

Team News

 
Watford

 
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores has no fresh injury concernd ahead of Sunday’s Barclays Premier League clash at home to Crystal Palace.

 
Midfielder Valon Behrami remains suspended following his serving off in the win over Swansea, but Miguel Britos is in contention after serving out his own three game ban.

 
Forwards Victor lbarbo and Obbi Oulare are yet to make their Hornets debuts following deadline day moves and both will be involved for the visit of Palace.

 
Provisional squad : Gomes, Nyom, Cathcart, Prodl, Paredes, Holebas, Britos, Capoue, Watson, Lghalo, Jurado, Deeney, Guedioura, Anya, Angella, Vydra, Layun, Arlauskis, Berghuis, Pudil, Abdi, Ake, Oulare, Diamanti.

 
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew will check on the fitness of four players ahead of Sunday’s trip to Watford .

 
Damien Delaney ( groin) could be available despite limping off against Charlton in midweek while Scott Dann (groin), Joel Ward (knee) and Mile Jedinak (hamstring) are close to returning.

 
But Connor Wickham is still out with a rib injury and fellow striker Marouane Chamakh has a long-term hamstring problem.

 
Provisional squad : Speroni, Hennessey, A McCarthy, MAriappa, Ward, Hangeland, P McCarthy, Dann, Cabaye, Bamford, Sako, Zaha, Gayle, McArthur, Fryers, Mutch, Souare, Lee, Jedinak, Delaney, Ledley, Kelly, Puncheon, Bolasie.

Head To Head in last five meatings

24th April 2016 – FA cup

 
Watford 1-2 Crystal Palace

 
13th February 2016 – Premier League

 
Watford 2-1 Crystal Palace

 
27th September 2015 ¬¬– Premier League

 
Watford 0-1 Crystal Palace

 
27th May 2013 – Championship Play Offs

 
Watford 0-1 Crystal Palace

 
8th February 2013 – Championship

 
Watford 2-2 Crystal Palace

BPL Standing Wednesday Action Premier League Table

Leicester City vs Everton Team News, Kick-off Time, Fact

With all 20 teams playing some weekday action, it’s a good time to take a look at the current standings.
After Manchester City’s hot start, Guardiola’s squad have cooled off and fallen to fourth. This year will br defined by the new reign of high-priced managers and Guardiola’s impact may have been immediate, it’s the changes at Chelsea that have been the most productive. BPL Standing Wednesday Action Premier League Table

BPL Standing Wednesday Action Premier League Table

Antonio Conte had turned up the defense at Stamford Bridge and it’s put the Blues back on top of England. Chelsea have conceded four times at home all season and have the best goal differential in the league.
Defensively, the only team that has compared is Tottenham. Harry Kane has scored in three straight home fixtures for Spurs and it’s helped them climb to only ten points behind Chelsea.

After upsetting Manchester City over the weekend, title holders Leicester resumed their disappointing from in a Tuesday loos to Bournemouth.

BPL Standing Wednesday Action Premier League Table

Les’s take a look at all 20 clubs, with their recent from Wednesday.

1. Chelsea

Points: 40

Record: 13-12

Last Five: WWWWW

Next Fixture: Crystal Palace

2.Liverpool

Points: 34

Record: 10-4-2

Last Five: DWLDW

Next Fixture: Everton

3.Arsenal

Points: 34

Record: 10-4-2

Last Five: DWWWL

Next Fixture: Manchester City

Manchester City

Points: 33

Record: 10-3-3

Last Five: WWLLW

Nest Fixture: Arsenal

4.Tottenham Hotsur

Points: 30

Record: 8-6-2

Next Fixture: Burnley

5.Manchester United

Points: 27

Record: 7-6-3

Last Five: DDDWW

Next Fixture: West Bromwich Albion

6.Everton

Points: 23

Record: 6-5-5

Last Five: DLDLW

Next Fixture: Liverpool

7.Southampton

Points: 21

Record: 5-6-5

Last Fixture: Bournemouth

8.Bournemouth

Points: 21

Record: 6-3-7

Last Five: WLWLW

Next Fixture: Southampton

9.Watford

Points: 21

Record: 6-3-7

Last Five: WLLWL

Next Fixture: Sunderland

10.Stoke City

Points: 20

Record: 5-5-6

Last Five: LWWLD

Next Fixture: Leicester City

11.Burnley

Points: 17

Record: 5-2-9

Last Live: LLLWL

Next Fixture: Tottenham

12.Leicester City

Points: 16

Record: LDLWL

Last Five: 4-4-8

Next Fixture: Stoke City

13.West Hum United

Points: 16

Record: 4-4-8

Last Five: LDLDW

Next Fixture: Hull City

14.Crystal Place

Points: 15

Record: 4-3-9

Last Five: LLWDL

Next Fixture: Chelsea

Middlesbrough

Points: 15

Record: 3-6-7

Last Five: LDWLL

Next Fixture: Swansea City

Swansea City

Points: 12

Record: 3-3-10

Last Five: DWLWL

Next Fixture: Middlesbrough

Hull City

Points: 12

Record: 3-3-10

Last Five: LDLDL

Next Fixture: West Hum United

Sunderland

Points: 11

Record: 3-2-11

Last Fixture: WLWLL

Next Fixture: Watford

Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview

Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview

Barcelona looks to go back to back to back by winning their third consecutive Copa Del Rey. Standing in their way is Hercules, just when Barcelona decided to rest their star players. Uh-oh. What will happen when these two squads face off on December 21 ? Dont’s miss it. Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview
Barcelona will meet with Hercules once again on Wednesday, hopping to finish the job in the second leg 2016-17 Copa del Rey.

 

Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview
The Segunda Division B club shocked the Catalan giants in the first leg, holding Barcelona to 1-1 draw, and while Wednesday’s match is expected to be a one sided affair, Hercules have already proved their worth.

 

Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview

Here’s everything you need to know about the second leg :

Match Information

Date : Wednesday, December 21.
Time : 9 p.m. GMT / 4 p.m. ET
Venue : Camp Nou, Barcelona
TV : BeIN Sports (US)

Match Preview

Barcelona made the logical decision to rest their starters in the first leg against Hercules, with the Clasico against Real Madrid looming large. However, the Catalans almost suffered an embarrassing defeat, with debutant Carles Alena salvaging a draw.

 
David mainz had opened the scoring for the hosts after a first half in which Barcelona’s backups barely created anything and despite a ton of late pressure the Blaugrana failed to add a second goal.

 

Copa Del Rey Barcelona vs Hercules Match Info, Preview
Wednesday’s match should be different though While manager Luis Enrique will likely call on a number of bench players again the second leg is Barcelona’s final outing before the winter beak several top stars will play with plenty of time to recover for the second half of the season coming up.

 
Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymer won’t be helping out, however. Per the club’s official Twiter account, manager Luis Enrique has confirmed the three are already on holyday Not playing v Hercules.

 
Instead, the likes of Arda Turan, Denis Suarez and Rafinha are expected to feature from the start and even star midfielder Andres Iniesta could be a part of the squad.

 
The Spain international has only recently returned from injury and could use the minutes to get back to peak from. Barcelona missed their star playmaker and they have performed much better since his return.
Per the club’s official Twiter account, he trained with the group on Monday.

 
Iniesta might start on the bench and come on should the Blaugrana struggle to break down the Hercules defense, but a spot in the starting XI isn’s out of the queston.

 
Hercules are expected to come out with a defensive setup and rely on the likes of Jose Gaspar to pull out a miracle. It worked in the first leg, although an outing at the intimidating Camp Nou can hardly be compared with what transpired in Alicante.

 
The second leg presents Paco Alcacer with a final opportunity in 2016 to impress and justify his summer transfer move. The former Valencia man has been a major disappointment so far and has yet to score his first goal for his new club – he won’t get many better chances than this.

 
Final Prediction : Barcelona 5-1 Hercules

From Guide

Barcelona : WLWDWD
Hercules : DWDWLL

Barcelona vs Hercules : Head To Head

Total games : 2
Barcelona : 1
Hercules : 1
Draws : 0

Key Stats To Consider

 Barcelona has won 8 of their 10 recent away matches in domestic competitions.
 The Catalans giant have draws two successive matches in La Liga against.
 Hercules has won 7 out of their 16 Segunda B division matches.

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Monday, December 26

Watford vs Crystal palace 7:30 ET NBCS

Arsenal vs west Bromwich Albion 10:00 ET CNBC

Chelsea vs Bournemouth 10:00 ET PLET

Burney vs Middlesbrough 10:00 ET PLET

Leicester City vs Everton 10:00 ET PLET

Manchester United vs Sunderland 10:00 ET NBCS

Swansea vs West Ham United 10:00 ET PLET

Hull City vs Manchester City 12:15 ET NBCS, NBCU

Tuesday, December 27

Liverpool vs Stoke City 12:15 ET NBCS

Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur 2:45 ET NBCS

On the More inconsistent refereeing, call for replay and question marks over Bob Bradley. Here’s five things I learned this weekend.

On With nearly half of the season having been played, the premier league table is starting to take shape and we now know who will be where the Christmas holidays. For Chelsea, there’s reason to be cheerful at Stamford Bridge as they sit atop the pile; six of the last seven teams to lead on Christmas Day have gone on to win the league. In fact ten of the last 21 clibs sine 1995 to be in this position on December 25th have also gone win. For Hull, the situation is couldn’t contrast more. Out of the 21 teams that have been bottom since 1995/96, only three have survived; Leicester in 2014/15, Sunderland in 2013/14 and West Brom in 2014/05. Elsewhere, the top four has gotten extremely close, with only six points separating second to sixth, whilst the positions of Middlesbrough, Leicester, Burnley and Crystal Palace grow precarious, with only three points separating 14th to 18th. Here’ s what I learned from Week- 17 of the premier League.

Everton vs Liverpool Team News, Key Fact, Predictions

Everton vs Liverpool Team News, Key Fact, Predictions

The Merseyside derby will generate even more interest that Everton are finally showing some improvement and Liverpool have emerged as serious title conseders. The match will be much more important for the Reds in terms of their current league position, but the toffees will certainly be buoyed by the 2-1 triumph over Arsenal. Everton vs Liverpool Team News, Key Fact, Predictions

Everton vs Liverpool Team News, Key Fact, Predictions

Everton vs Liverpool Team News, Key Fact, Predictions

Everton

Even if they could climb to seventh in the Premier standings after the Liverpool derby, Everton are clearly puncing below their weight this season and they definitely need several good results in a row to return to the right track. The team had been pretty disappointing until a week ago, taking mere two points from five league fixtures and things did not look too promising when Arsenal took the lead at Goodison Park. However, the Toffees rallied and managed to stage a great come-back to record first victory in over sox weeks. The intensity and excellent performance of

fullbacks Chris Coleman and Leighton Baines made all the deffence a week ago and there are no doubts Everton will be hoping to do it all over again and put a dent into Liverpool’s title hopes. This team clearly heve potential to show considerable improvement, but there are some week spots as well, and change are that Ronald Koeman will have to reinforce his renks In January if his side are to even come close to challenging for European positions. When it come to recent meeting with their arch rivals, Everton didn’t do too well, as they are winless in last 12 meating with Liverpool.

Team News

Captain Phil Jagielka is banned for the Liverpool game, meaning that Ramiro Funes Mori will be drafted into the starting line-up.
There are no Improvements on the injury front as Yannick Bolasie, Muhamed Besic , Arouna Kouna and Matthew pennington are all sidelined.

Liverpool

For the first after several years Liverpool are back in the Premier League title chase, although they face tough task of keeping up with relentless Chelsea. Successive slip-ups against AFC Bournemouth and West Ham have created problems for Jurgen klopp and his men, and they will be in real problems unless they can record a win at Goodison Park. It is perfectly clear that star player Philippe Coutinho is being sorely missed, even though Divock Origi and Adams Lallana have stepped up the plate in the Brazilian’s absence. The Reds showed a great deal of improvement to defeat Middlesbough 3-0 at Rivrerside, with aforementioned dua having a key role to play, but it remains to be seen whether Liverpool will be able to perform at a similar level when facing local rivals Everton.

Team News

Philippe Coutinho and Danny Ings continue to miss out, whereas Daniel Sturridge is a major selection doubt after missing last month of action.
Manager Jurgen Klopp also faces doubts over the fitness of Emre Can and Juel Matip, who are set to undergo late fitness tests.

Key Factors to consider

 Everton are winless in last 12 meethings with Liverpool ( D7 L5 )
 Their last four meeting at Goodison Park ended all square.
 The Reds kept four clean sheets in last four games.
 Six Liverpool players scored 4 goals or more in the current campaign.
 Just eight Everton footballers scored a Premiership goal this term,

Conclusion

Having returned to winning ways just ahead of the Merseyside derby, Everton can be trusted to make life difficult for their local rivals, and with the Reds not exactly in the best shape at the moment, we expect the two sides to share spoils for the fifth successive time at Goodison Park.
Verdict : Draw
Best Odds : 11/4
Bookmaker : William Hill