Premier League Fixtures January 2nd
The festive season of football continues in the Premier League today with six Bank Holiday games down for decision.
The action starts at 12.30 on Tyneside when Middlesbrough, who fell to a late defeat to Man United on Saturday, take on champions Leicester.
Four more games kick off at 3pm.
Second place Liverpool can close the gap on Chelsea to just three points if they can defeat strugglers Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
Manchester City, who lost to the Reds on Saturday evening, will hope to return to winning ways when they host Burnley.
There's a meeting of 7th and 9th at Goodison Park where Everton take on Southampton.
And at the Hawthorns West Brom play host to Hull City.
The evening game comes from the London Stadium where Manchester United will be looking for their sevebth straight win in all competitions.
They travel to West Ham where kick off is at 5.30.
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