The best St Stephen's Day special five-team accumulator as the Premier League returns
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St Stephen's Day is a special day for lots of reasons, but not least because it is jam packed with glorious Premier League action live on TV.
A marathon of back-to-back games will be shown for you to digest alongside your turkey dinner, but with so much going on it can be hard to keep track of everything.
That's why we have teamed up with LiveScore to help you make the most of the festive football fun, and we've made up the best special five-team accumulator.
Tottenham to beat Brentford 10/11
The World Cup break should benefit Tottenham, who were just losing their way a little before the tournament started. They are sitting in fourth place however, and Antonio Conte's men will be looking to bounce straight back with a win.
Crystal Palace to beat Fulham 21/20
Patrick Vieira has to be one of the most underrated managers in the Premier League, as the former Arsenal captain has really turned this Palace side into a formidable force. Although Fulham are just ahead of them in the table, they still have a game in hand.
Everton vs Wolves to be a draw 9/4
Two struggling sides who find it difficult to find the back of the net - it's every chance that this finishes 0-0 or 1-1.
Newcastle to beat Leicester 6/5
Brendan Rodgers has really started to turn Leicester around again, but Newcastle have been the bolter of the pack this season, sitting in third place and looking strong there too.
Liverpool to beat Aston Villa 8/11
Jurgen Klopp's men will be looking to hit the ground running and with players now back from injury thanks to the World Cup break, they have even more firepower at their disposal.
A simple €10 bet on this would see you get €483.33 return.
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