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PREMIER LEAGUE – BOXING DAY 2020-2021 – While the majority of European championships will begin a truce during this end of the year, it is much different across the Channel. The famous Boxing Day does indeed take place. Complete program and stakes of this event which often turns out to be a real turning point of the season.

Ah the month of December … Christmas with its presents, its turkey and its log, New Year’s Eve where we love to kiss each other (usually) and wish each other a Happy New Year after an evening that can sometimes be be watered. But it is also the occasion of Boxing Day ! The ideal program for football bulimics. Because yes, on the other side of the Channel, we definitely do nothing like elsewhere! The gifts barely unwrapped that it will already be necessary to push back the lawn for the players of Premier League. And as much to say that it will be necessary to be in shape during a frantic pace. Otherwise, it could smell like fir for some clubs. But besides, what exactly is this Boxing Day ?

A 160-year-old tradition!

All football fans have heard this word at least once. But do you know its origins? In short, in England on December 26, the day after a feast, is also non-working. The latter being used to have fun and party. The perfect opportunity to return to the stadium for example. Regarding the round ball, we must go back to December 26, 1860 to find the trace. The first poster pitted the Sheffield F.C at Hallam F.C. A derby therefore, the first in history and quite simply the first interclub match. Since Boxing Day has become essential. While some take the opportunity to recharge their batteries, three days follow one another between December 26 and January 4. The bodies are therefore put to the test, and this is a real turning point to master well in a season.

Boxing Day challenges

Like other major European championships, the Premier League is currently very uncertain. In recent weeks, the Reds of Liverpool seem to have found a cruising speed. Contrary to Spurs of Jose Mourinho which mark time for them. But with 6 teams in 6 points at the top of the table, everything could be called into question. Leicester, Chelsea, Manchester United or Everton will try to get out of the game. At the bottom of the ranking, the Gunners d’Arsenal, currently 15th at 4 points from the red zone, also play very big. We can identify several shocks during this frantic period.



Premier League – The complete Boxing Day program

Saturday December 26, 2020 (15th day)

13h30

Leicester 2 – 2 Manchester United
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal +)

16h00

Fulham 0 – 0 Southampton
(RMC Sport 2 and Canal +)

Aston Villa 3 – 0 Crystal Palace
(RMC Sport Live 5)

18h30

Arsenal 3 – 1 Chelsea
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal +)

21h00

Manchester City 2 – 0 Newcastle
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal +)

Sheffield United 0 – 1 Everton
(RMC Sport 2)


Sunday December 27, 2020 (15th day)

13h00

Leeds United 1 – 0 Burnley
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

3:15 p.m.

West Ham 2 – 2 Brighton
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

17h30

Liverpool 1 – 1 West Bromwich Albion
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

20h15

Wolverhampton 1 – 1 Tottenham
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)


Monday 28 December 2020 (16th day)

16h00

Crystal Palace 1 – 1 Leicester
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

18h30

Chelsea 1 – 1 Aston Villa
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

21h00

Everton – Manchester City (Postponed)
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal +)


Tuesday 29 December 2020 (16th day)

19h00

Brighton 0 – 1 Arsenal
(RMC Sport 2 and Canal + Décalé)

Southampton 0 – 0 West Ham
(RMC Sport Live 6)

West Bromwich Albion 0 – 5 Leeds United
(RMC Sport Live 3)

Burnley 1 – 0 Sheffield United
(RMC Sport Live 5)

21h00

Manchester United 1 – 0 Wolverhampton
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)


Wednesday 30 December 2020 (16th day)

19h00

Tottenham – Fulham (Reporté)
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

21h00

Newcastle 0 – 0 Liverpool
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)


Friday January 1, 2021 (17th day)

18h30

Everton – West Ham
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

21h00

Manchester United – Aston Villa
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)


Saturday January 2, 2021 (17th day)

13h30

Tottenham – Leeds United
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

16h00

Crystal Palace – Sheffield United
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

18h30

Brighton – Wolverhampton
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

21h00

West Bromwich Albion – Arsenal
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)


Sunday January 3, 2021 (17th day)

13h00

Burnley – Fulham
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

3:15 p.m.

Newcastle – Leicester
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

17h30

Chelsea – Manchester City
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal +)


Monday January 4, 2021 (17th day)

21h00

Southampton – Liverpool
(RMC Sport 1 and Canal + Sport)

Julien Correia

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