It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and we all know the reason why.
Because December is jam-packed full of elite footballing action, with Premier League action stretching out as far as the eye can see and supported by a cast of EFL and European domestic fixtures throughout the festive period.
In preparation for this frenetic schedule, the elves at FST have been hard at work gift-wrapping a present for all our loyal followers: the ultimate guide to all the festive football action, including the best football tips, free bets and all the televised games.
FST’s football tips and predictions
Of course, we’ll be working round the clock to deliver you the very best tips and predictions for all the festive footballing action.
If you’re more focused on the top flight action you can find everything on our Premier League predictions page.
We’ll also be updating this section with all our special tips and analysis, so make sure to check back regularly!
December’s free bets
FST’s aren’t the only ones handing out gifts this month; the bookies make sure to deliver some presents as well.
We’ll be updating this section with all the latest and greatest free bets as they come through to us, including match specials and sign up offers from our selection of bookmakers. Until then, you can check out our free bets page or sign up to bet365 below to receive up to £100 in bet credits.
Bet £10, get £40 with William Hill
£40 in free bets when you bet £10 or more on any Premier League game with 888
Huge match specials for new customers with 888sport
Week 3 – 28th Dec – 3rd Jan
The festive period draws to a close as we enter a new and hopefully much better year.
We finish 2020 with ten fixtures across two days before a slight breather on New Year’s Eve, but the action ramps back up to full intensity in January as another full Premier League schedule is scheduled for the first weekend of 2021.
The official kickoff times and dates are yet to be released for that round, but we’ll be sure to update them when we get confirmation.
The main event
Chelsea vs Manchester City – Sunday, January 3rd (16:30)
One of the standout clashes of the first round of 2021 fixtures takes us to Stamford Bridge as Manchester City face Frank Lampard’s title contending Blues.
It’s been an odd season for Manchester City so far, but they’re far from written off in the title race and by the time this clash comes round they could be right in the mix.
Chelsea are even more likely to be up there too, and this could turn into a very high-stakes tie in the long and arduous race for the Premier League title.
Monday, December 28th
- Crystal Palace vs Leicester – Amazon Prime Video (15:00)
- Chelsea vs Aston Villa – Amazon Prime Video (17:30)
- Everton vs Manchester City – Amazon Prime Video (20:00)
Tuesday, December 29th
- Brighton vs Arsenal – Amazon Prime Video (18:00)
- Burnley vs Sheffield United – Amazon Prime Video (18:00)
- Southampton vs West Ham – Amazon Prime Video (18:00)
- West Brom vs Leeds – Amazon Prime Video (18:00)
- Manchester United vs Wolves – Amazon Prime Video (20:00)
Wednesday, December 30th
Tottenham vs Fulham – Amazon Prime Video (18:00)
- Newcastle vs Liverpool – Amazon Prime Video (20:00)
Friday, January 1st
- Everton vs West Ham – BT Sport 1 (17:30)
- Manchester United vs Aston Villa – Sky Sports Main Event (20:00)
Saturday, January 2nd
- Tottenham vs Leeds – BT Sport 1 (12:30)
- Crystal Palace vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports Main Event (15:00)
- Brighton vs Wolves – Sky Sports Main Event (17:30)
- West Brom vs Arsenal – BT Sport 1 (20:00)
Sunday, January 3rd
- Burnley vs Fulham – Sky Sports Main Event (12:00)
- Newcastle vs Leicester – Sky Sports Main Event (14:15)
- Chelsea vs Manchester City – Sky Sports Main Event (16:30)
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