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Best Boxing Day Football Bets

Value single betA nice win on the football on Boxing Day is the perfect remedy for your Christmas hangover, and we have some cracking bets for you at some great value odds. We always aim to get the best possible odds for our single bets, and the prices we list are the best available online.

Ipswich to beat Leicester
Odds: 5/1 with Skybet

The Tractor Boys are beginning to turn things around, and are now scoring goals. Beating Derby(1-0) and Barnsley(5-3) in their last two games, they may now have the momentum required to challenge Leicester.

The Foxes are beginning to let in a few goals, and after having such a solid defence so far this season, there are signs beginning to show that they may be vulnerable.

By no means a banker bet, but Ipswich will be confident they can get something from this game, and at odds of 5/1 for the win, they certainly appeal as a good value bet.

Bristol City to beat Coventry
Odds: 7/4 with Betfred

Coventry are looking like they can’t cope with the trials and tribulations of the Championship.

The Sky Blues have taken just 2 points from their last 10 games, and are looking like real relegation fodder.

Bristol City are also battling down in the relegation zone, but are on the way up, mainly thanks to the arrival of Derek McInnes in October.

With just 2 losses in their last 9 games, The Robins have already beaten Southampton and Millwall recently, and at 7/4 to take the points from a dire Coventry, they rate a very good bet.

Swindon to beat Torquay
League 2 3.00pm
Odds: 13/10 with Stan James

Swindon are now a completely different team compare to the inconsistent side they were earlier in the season. Paulo Di Canio has really turned things around, his side are now undefeated in their last 15 games.

Torquay sit in 12th position in the league, with only 2 home losses so far this season. But Swindon really are flying at the moment, and with recent away wins over Colchester and Southend, they won’t be worried about travelling down to Torquay.

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