Two sides in the bottom half of the table meet as Swansea host West Ham. Opta are on hand with the statistical analysis.
"Dimitri Payet has created 63 goalscoring chances in the Premier League this season; more than any other player."
Over 2.5 goals is 1.855/6.
Swansea beat West Ham 4-1 in May, their only win in their last seven Premier League fixtures against the Hammers (D3 L3). West Ham are 2.8815/8 to return to winning ways.
West Ham have taken a point in their last three visits to Liberty Stadium in the Premier League, but haven't won there since April 1983. A draw is 3.45.
Swansea City have won consecutive Boxing Day fixtures for the first time since 2007, beating Aston Villa in 2014 and West Brom in 2015 - both by 1-0 scorelines. The Swans are 2.727/4 to win.
This will be the third occasion that Swansea and West Ham will play each other on Boxing Day; with the Hammers unbeaten in both previous clashes (winning 3-0 in 1949 and drawing 1-1 in 1933). They're 2.0621/20 in the Draw No Bet market.
Swansea only had three points more after 17 Premier League games of 2015-16 (15) than they currently have this season (12) - they ended in 12th place last season. You can lay their relegation at 1.9420/21.
West Ham have lost twice as many Premier League games this season (8) as they had at this stage in both 2015-16 (4) and 2014-15 (4). Swansea are 1.9310/11 Draw No Bet.
The Hammers have kept a clean sheet in their last two Premier League games - they last kept three in a row in the competition in December 2015. West Ham are 3.7511/4 to not concede.
Dimitri Payet has created 63 goalscoring chances in the Premier League this season; more than any other player. Over 2.5 goals is 1.855/6.
Since Bob Bradley took charge of his first Swansea City game on October 15th, the Swans have conceded 25 goals - more than any other side. Both teams to score is 1.684/6.
West Ham haven't won any of their last seven Premier League away matches against opposition that were placed in the relegation zone coming in to that match (W0 D5 L2). Swansea are 1.528/15 in the Double Chance market.