Boxing Day Football : Aston Villa v Tottenham, Stoke v Liverpool live odds in late kick off

The Boxing Day late kickoffs take place with Aston Villa v Tottenham, Stoke v Liverpool as Bet365 release the latest odds & a festive free bet offer for football fans.

The first live game takes place at Villa Park as Spurs face Paul Lambert’s Aston Villa side.

After securing an emphatic win against Liverpool, the Villains were brought down to earth with a bump at Stamford Bridge, falling to an eight goal drubbing and there is no doubt a significant improvement will need to be made.

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Scoring goals has been a problem for Villas Boas and his Spurs side in recent weeks following Gareth Bale’s hamstring injury, but Scott Parker could start following his recovery while Clint Dempsey looks doubtful with a  groin injury.

With Christian Benteke and Andreas Weimann looking to forge a productive partnership up front, the 5/2 looks all the value for a side looking to bounce back.

Stoke City then host Liverpool on Boxing Day in what is the late kick-off in the Premier League. Both sides are in a decent bit of form and sit on 25 points at the moment, so it should be a very interesting 90 minutes.

The two sides are sure to play contrasting styles of football, but the table shows they are both as effective and that there is not a right or wrong way to play the game in this league.

Stoke will get in the faces of Liverpool and are likely to get the ball forward as soon as they can. However, the Potters are also capable of playing an attractive style of football when it suits them.

Tony Pulis’ men are now on an eight game unbeaten run, which he will be delighted about. They have drawn their last three against Aston Villa, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur, so have shown they are more than capable of playing against top-quality opposition.

The Britannia Stadium is sure to be rocking for the visit of Liverpool and fans could act as a twelfth man on Wednesday.

As for Liverpool, they come to Stoke on the back of a 4-0 win over Fulham, where they were quite superb for the whole 90 minutes.

The Reds can now look to go on a good Christmas run and move closer the top four. Brendan Rodgers knows what a tough evening this is sure to be – but should be confident his team can come out on top.

If Steven Gerrard continues his good form, the Merseyside club will have a good chance of taking all three points as he is sure to bring other players into the game, as well as being a threat in front of goal.

It should be a cracking evening of Premier League action that rounds off a bumper day in the top flight.

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