It's a London derby between two sides at opposite ends of the table, as Arsenal take on Crystal Palace. Opta presents the tale of the tape.
"Olivier Giroud has three Premier League goals against the Eagles, but all of those have been scored at Selhurst Park."
Under 2.5 goals is 2.526/4.
Arsenal have won eight of their last 11 Premier League games against Crystal Palace, drawing the other three. They are 1.351/3 to win.
Crystal Palace's only Premier League win against Arsenal came in October 1994 at Highbury, as John Salako scored twice in a 2-1 victory. Palace are 11.010/1 to win again.
This will be the 200th Premier League game contested at the Emirates - Arsenal have won 129, drawn 47 and lost 23 of the 199 currently played there. The odds of them making it draw number 48, are 5.85/1.
The only player to have scored more Premier League goals at the Emirates Stadium than both Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott (35 each) is Robin van Persie (46 overall, 45 for Arsenal). Giroud is 1.9110/11 to score and Walcott 2.35/4.
Crystal Palace have won just one of their last seven league games away from home on New Year's Day, beating Portsmouth in 1996 (D1 L5). Arsenal are 1.981/1 to win half-time/full-time.
By contrast, Arsenal haven't lost a home league game on New Year's Day since 1985 against Tottenham (W6 D2). Arsenal are 2.285/4 to win to nil.
Olivier Giroud has three Premier League goals against the Eagles, but all of those have been scored at Selhurst Park. Under 2.5 goals is 2.526/4.
Sam Allardyce has never won an away Premier League game at Arsenal, drawing three and losing nine of 12 games - he has lost each of his last seven, all played at the Emirates. The draw half-time/Arsenal full-time double result is 4.77/2.
Indeed, Allardyce's sides at Emirates have conceded 26 goals - the most by an opposing manager there in the Premier League. Over 2.5 goals is 1.618/13.
Only Chelsea (24) and Spurs (23) have earned more home Premier League points than Arsenal (20 - level with Liverpool) this season. Arsenal are 2.95 to win both halves.