Place an In-Play bet of £10+ (at odds of 1/2 or greater) on any Boxing Day Premier League game, Get £5 in-play Free Bet for Tuesday

The Premier League returns from its six week hiatus for the 2022 World Cup on Boxing Day, just eight days after Argentina’s victory in the final against France, with seven matches taking place in the top flight.

Readers who place an In-Play bet of £10 or more (at odds of 1/2 or greater) on any Premier League game on Boxing Day can get £5 in Free Bets to use in-play on Tuesday, which you can redeem here*.

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The action starts on Boxing Day with the first of three Premier League London derbies, which sees Tottenham make the short trip west to take on Brentford in the 12:30pm kick off.

There are also four top flight matches kicking off at 3pm, including a derby between Crystal Palace and Fulham, and a south coast battle between Southampton and Brighton.

The 5:30pm match sees Liverpool attempt to close the gap on the top four as they take on Aston Villa, with league leaders Arsenal looking to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table to eight points as they take on West Ham at the Emirates.

Premier League Boxing Day fixtures (3pm kick off unless stated)

  • Brentford v Tottenham (12:30pm)
  • Crystal Palace v Fulham
  • Everton v Wolves
  • Leicester v Newcastle
  • Southampton v Brighton
  • Aston Villa v Liverpool (5:30pm)
  • Arsenal v West Ham (8pm)

And placing a £10 in-play bet in any of the Premier League’s fixtures will get customers a £5 free bet to use in-play on any of Tuesday’s matches.

There are a further two Premier League matches in action on Tuesday evening, which see both Chelsea and Manchester United in action as they take on newly promoted duo Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest, respectively.

Two Championship matches are also taking place, with Reading taking on Swansea and Birmingham travelling to table toppers Burnley.

There is also a fixture in each of League One and League Two, as Bolton play Derby, and Stevenage travel to east London to take on Leyton Orient.

Tuesday’s football

  • Chelsea v Bournemouth (PL, 5:30pm)
  • Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (PL, 8pm)
  • Reading v Swansea (CH, 5:15pm)
  • Burnley v Birmingham (CH, 8pm)
  • Bolton v Derby (L1, 3pm)
  • Leyton Orient v Stevenage (L2, 12:30pm)

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*Applies to customers that place an In-Play single bet (at odds of 1/2 or greater) of £10 or more on any Premier League match played on 26/12/22. £5 in Free Bets paid by 12:00 27/12/22 and removed by 09:00 on 28/12/22. Full T&Cs apply.

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