It’s a bumper day of football on Boxing Day and we’re taking in the Premier League, the Championship, and the Scottish Premiership for our 12/1 Acca of the Day.
- Arsenal to beat Norwich
- Tottenham to beat Crystal Palace
- Blackburn to beat Hull
- Motherwell to beat Livingston
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Sunday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Arsenal to beat Norwich
Arsenal are in flying form now – winning nine of their last 12 competitive games, with six of those coming with a clean sheet.
And they should keep that run going on Sunday as they travel to face a Norwich side that have lost three in a row without scoring.
Tottenham to beat Crystal Palace
Spurs have been in decent form in the run-up to Christmas, drawing with Liverpool and defeating West Ham in the League Cup.
They’ve won six of their nine league home matches this season and should have enough in hand to beat a Palace side that have lost four of their last eight on the road.
Blackburn to beat Hull
Blackburn travel to Hull on Boxing Day and Rovers look excellent value to notch up another three points against a Tigers side with one of the worst home records in the Championship.
Rovers are the form side in the Championship, winning six of their last seven that’s put them within touching distance of Fulham and Bournemouth at the top of the table.
Motherwell to beat Livingston
Motherwell have been in excellent form at home this season, unbeaten in seven of their 10 league games at Fir Park, scoring first in nine of the 10.
And they can pick up another three points on Boxing Day against a Livingston side that’s failed to win at Fir Park in their last 11 visits.