Premier League Stat Pack | Boxing Day 2014

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Chelsea v West Ham | Boxing Day 12.45 | Sky Sports 1

  • Chelsea have W8/8 home Premier League games with 6/8 seeing W-W double results and 6/8 being won ‘to nil’. They’ve scored 2+ goals in all 8 games.
  • Chelsea have W10/10 home games against top-six teams.
  • Chelsea have W5-D4 of their last 9 Boxing Day games.
  • West Ham have W7-D3-L1 of their last 11 league games but have W3-D3-L2 away.
  • West Ham have seen BTTS in 8/8 away league games this season with 4/8 away seeing Over 1.5 first-half goals and 7/8 away seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • West Ham have L7/9 away to top-six teams and lost by 2+ goals in 6/9 trips to top-six clubs.
  • West Ham have W3-L1 of their last 4 Boxing Day games.
  • West Ham have D2-L6 of their last 8 trips to Chelsea and W1-D3-L12 of their last 16 games against the Blues in the Premier League, failing to score in 4/5 meetings.
  • Sam Allardyce has W2-D6-L13 of his 21 Premier League games against Chelsea and D3-L5 of 8 games against Jose Mourinho, although all 3 draws came in 4 visits to Stamford Bridge.

Burnley v Liverpool | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Burnley have W1-D2-L2 of their last 5 games but have W2-D2 at home.
  • Burnley have scored in their last 6 home games with 6/9 home games seeing Under 2.5 Goals. They’ve seen BTTS in 5/9 at home.
  • Burnley have scored only 3 goals before HT at home with 5/9 being 0-0 at HT.
  • Liverpool are in their lowest ever position on Christmas Day in Premier League history.
  • Liverpool have W2-D2-L1 of their last 5 games but W1-L3 of their last 4 away.
  • Liverpool have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 14/15 Premier League away games and in 9/10 away to bottom-six clubs.
  • Liverpool have scored before HT in 4/8 away games but also leaked in 5/8 away before HT. They’ve seen BTTS in 5/8 away.
  • Liverpool have L2/2 Boxing Day games under Brendan Rodgers having W10-D5-L2 in the 17 previous Boxing Day games.
  • Liverpool have kept clean sheets in their last 4 league meetings with Burnley and in 5/6 in all competitions against the Clarets.

Crystal Palace v Southampton | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Crystal Palace have W1-D4-L6 of their last 11 Premier League games.
  • Crystal Palace have W1-D1-L3 of their last 5 home league games and seen BTTS in 4/5 at home.
  • Crystal Palace have L4/6 home games to top-six teams and conceded first in 5/6 home games against top-six sides.
  • Crystal Palace have W2-D2-L1 of their 5 Boxing Day games in the Premier League.
  • Southampton have W1-D1-L4 of their last 6 league games, failing to score in 3/6.
  • Southampton have seen Under 2.5 Goals in their last 6 away but have scored first in 9/17 away.
  • Southampton have only scored 7 of their 28 goals away and only netted 2 before HT away.
  • Southampton have W8/8 when scoring first but W1-D1-L6 when conceding first.
  • Southampton have W2-D3-L1 of their 6 Boxing Day games in the Premier League.
  • Southampton have W6-D4 of their 10 Premier League games against Crystal Palace and have W5 on the spin ‘to nil’ against the Eagles.

Everton v Stoke City | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Everton have W1-D1-L3 of their last 5 league games but W3-D2 of their last 5 at home.
  • Everton have scored 2+ in 12/14 home league games with 11/14 seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Everton have seen BTTS in 6/8 home games. They’ve not kept a clean sheet in 7 games home or away.
  • Everton have seen only 1/8 home game go in 0-0 at HT, scoring in 7/8 before HT.
  • Everton have W3-D3-L1 of their last 7 Boxing Day games.
  • Everton have scored the second-most headed goals this season (6) with Stoke conceding the second-most (8) from headers.
  • Stoke have W1-D1-L4 of their last 6 league games and W1-D1-L4 of their last 6 away.
  • Stoke have scored in 7/9 away league games with 6/9 seeing BTTS. They’ve not kept a clean sheet in 11 league games home or away.
  • Stoke have scored 13 of their 18 goals in the first-half, netting in 5/8 away before HT.
  • Stoke have W2-D5-L5 of their last 12 league meetings with Everton, scoring just 10.
  • Mark Hughes has W2-D8-L6 of his 16 Premier League games as a manager against Everton.

Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Leicester have D2-L10 of their last 12 league games, conceding 2+ in 8/12 and failing to score in 8/12.
  • Leicester have W1-D4-L3 of their 8 home games but conceded first in 5/8 at home with 5/8 at home also seeing BTTS. They’ve scored 11 of their 15 goals at home.
  • Leicester have W1-D2-L5 of their 8 Premier League Boxing Day games.
  • Spurs have W4-D1-L1 of their last 6 league games, scoring 2+ in 4/6.
  • Spurs have W6-D1 when scoring 2+ goals in a league game this season.
  • Spurs have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/10 league games now as well as 12/17 overall.
  • Spurs have only led at HT in 1/8 away game this season with 6/8 away seeing BTTS.
  • Spurs have W8/12 away to bottom-six teams and had HT draws in 7/10 away to bottom-six clubs.
  • Spurs have W6-D3 of their last 9 Boxing Day games.
  • The last 6 meetings between these two teams have produced 28 goals.

Manchester United v Newcastle United | Boxing Day 15.00 | BT Sport 1

  • Man Utd have W6-D1 of their last 7 games, scoring 2+ in 5/7.
  • Man Utd have W7-D1 of their last 8 home games and seen Over 2.5 Goals in 13/16 home games and BTTS in 5/9 home this season.
  • Man Utd have W4 on the spin at home, with 3/4 wins coming ‘to nil’. They’ve led at HT in 5/9 home games.
  • Man Utd have W17-D2-L1 of their last 20 Boxing Day games.
  • Newcastle have W1-D1-L3 of their last 5 games and W2-D2-L4 of their last 8 away, failing to score in 4/9 away this season.
  • Newcastle have seen 6/8 games feature Under 2.5 Goals. They’ve scored 15 of their 18 goals in the second-half.
  • Newcastle have L9/12 away to top-six teams with Over 2.5 Goals in 8/11 away to top-six sides.
  • Newcastle have W1-D2-L6 of their last 9 away Boxing Day games in the Premier League.
  • Newcastle have not won back-to-back games at Old Trafford since 1935.

Sunderland v Hull City | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Sunderland have W2-D5-L1 of their last 8 games and W1-D6-L2 of their 9 home games.
  • Sunderland have seen BTTS in 6/9 home games but only 3/9 went Over 2.5 Goals. They’ve seen 6/9 HT draws at home.
  • Sunderland have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 6/7 games now, keeping 4/6 clean sheets.
  • Sunderland have W2-D3-L1 of their last 6 Boxing Day games in the Premier League but those 6 games produced just 8 goals.
  • Hull have D4-L6 of their last 10 games and failed to net in 7/9.
  • Hull have D4-L4 of their last 8 away games, failing to net in 4/8 away. They’ve scored just 1 goal before HT away.
  • Hull have seen Under 2.5 Goals in their last 4 and in 7/9.
  • Hull have L2/2 previous Boxing Day Premier League games.
  • Hull have W2 on the spin against Sunderland in the Premier League having lost the previous 4 meetings.

Swansea City v Aston Villa | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Swansea have W2-D1-L3 of their last 6 league games but have W5-D2-L2 of their 9 home games but only led at HT in 3/9 at home.
  • Swansea have scored in their last 7 games and in 14/17 games overall.
  • Swansea have scored first in 12/17 games this season and in 12/17 home games.
  • Swansea have D1-L1 of their previous 2 Boxing Day games in the Premier League.
  • Aston Villa have W2-D4-L1 of their last 7 games, not leaking 2+ in any of those 7.
  • Aston Villa have L10/15 away games but have W3-D2-L4 of their 9 away this season.
  • Aston Villa have scored 9 of their 11 goals in the first-half with 3 of their 4 away goals coming before HT.
  • Aston Villa have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 6/7 and in their last 5 away but have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 16/20 away to top-half teams.
  • Aston Villa have W1-D4-L8 of their last 13 Boxing Day games, failing to score in their last 3.
  • Aston Villa have W1-D3-L2 of their 6 Premier League meetings with Swansea.

West Brom v Manchester City | Boxing Day 15.00

  • WBA have W1-D1-L5 of their last 7 games, failing to score in 4/7.
  • WBA have W4-D9-L6 of their 19 home league games in 2014, only winning 1 game fewer than the worst ever-present Premier League side Hull in that period.
  • WBA have scored 12 of their 17 goals at home this season but leaked before HT in 5/9 at home.
  • WBA have trailed at HT in 7/10 home games to top-six sides.
  • WBA have W1-D2-L5 of their last 8 Boxing Day games in the Premier League but have OL/3 now.
  • Man City have W6 on the spin and W10-D1-L1 of their last 12 games.
  • Man City have kept 4/5 clean sheets in the league now. But have seen BTTS in 5/9 away with 6/9 away seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Man City have scored first in 14/20 away games and led at HT in 11/18 away games. But they have conceded before HT in 4/9 away this season.
  • Man City have W5-D1-L1 of their last 7 Boxing Day games.
  • Man City have W8-D1 of their last 9 Premier League meetings with WBA.

Arsenal v QPR | Boxing Day 17.30 | BT Sport 1

  • Arsenal have W3-D1-L3 of their last 7 matches keeping only 2/7 clean sheets.
  • Arsenal have W17-D8-L1 of their last 26 home league games and BTTS in 6/8 home league games.
  • Arsenal have seen HT draws in 6/8 home league games and only led at HT at home in 1/8 – 6/8 have seen Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Arsenal have W13/14 home games against bottom-six teams and won by 2+ in 8/10 home to bottom-six teams.
  • Arsenal have W8-D3 of their last 11 London derbies in the league.
  • Arsenal have W7 Boxing Day home games on the spin and W11-D5-L1 of their previous 17 Boxing Day games.
  • QPR have W3-D1-L3 of their last 7 matches but L8/8 away this season with 5/8 away seeing L-L double results.
  • QPR have conceded 2+ in 7/8 away, failed to score in 5/8 away and lost by 2+ in 5/8 away.
  • QPR have D2-L5 of their last 7 Premier League London derbies, L5 on the spin.
  • QPR have D1-L2 of their last 3 Premier League Boxing Day games.
  • QPR have failed to net in 5/6 Premier League trips to Arsenal but the Gunners have scored exactly 1 goal in 8/9 Premier League games against the R’s.
  • Harry Redknapp has W3-D10-L5 of his 18 Premier League games against Arsenal.

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