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Premier League clubs enter a busy month of December with clashes ahead

November 29, 2015 by  
Filed under Premier League

As every year comes to an end and everybody is waiting for the Christmas celebrations, in England the show must go on and the Premier League symbolizes it. English clubs are preparing for a busy month of December during which in many occasions the future champion of England came out of this long series of games with short rest. The Ladbrokes promo code is the best way to find your odds for the Premier lEague matches. Manchester City and Manchester United, Leicester and Arsenal are now fighting for the top four spots as it stands in the wake of December. Liverpool and Tottenham are just a few points behind and have been in a good form. After a horrific start of the season,  Chelsea is slowly coming back but still drag behind and coach Mourinho seems to be nagging at every single game.

Where will those teams be next January after all the games played in December including the Boxing Day? Additionally to the League, Manchester United and Arsenal have all at stakes in the Champions League in a must away win for each club to be back next Spring for the Round of 16 of the Champions League .

Arsenal defender – Pet Mertesacker shares his view on the upcoming month: “The winter period is always important to put pressure on the other teams by doing well and by getting good results. In the Champions League, we want to get through and we go to Olympiacos. In the upcoming games, we will take it really seriously and not drop points anymore. Top three or four is always a good position and obviously it’s tighter than last season, making it more interesting for everyone. We want to be involved until the end, that’s the target.”

Here are some of the games not to miss the upcoming weeks:

December 5th: Arsenal-Sunderland and Manchester United-West Ham United

December 14th: Leicester-Chelsea

December 21st: Arsenal-Manchester City

December 26th: Liverpool-Leceister

December 28th: Manchester United-Chelsea

December 29th: Leicester-Manchester City

That gives plenty of great football to watch during the holidays. We just cannot wait for Christmas to come this year!

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