Betting preview: Back Man Utd, Tottenham and more at 10/1

The Tipster is backing Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton and Tottenham all to win at 10/1

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All 20 Premier League teams are in action on a hectic afternoon of Boxing Day football – and the Tipster is backing four of the favourites to win.

The Tipster expects United, Chelsea, Everton and Tottenham all to win their games on Thursday in a special festive accumulator.

Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 10/1 on Spurs, Manchester United, Chelsea and Everton all to win on Boxing day.

Manchester United and Hull City kick off Thursday’s busy schedule of top-flight games in the early kick-off.

David Moyes’ men are looking to record their third straight league win to help them continue climbing the table. The Red Devils are 4/7 to overcome the Tigers, who have not beaten United since 1974.

Chelsea then host Swansea City at Stamford Bridge as the Blues search for a win to keep pace with league leaders Liverpool following their goalless draw at Arsenal on Monday.

The west Londoners have not lost a game on Boxing Day since Jose Mourinho first took charge of the club back in 2004 and are the firm favourites to beat the Swans at 4/11.

Everton are in action at Goodison Park against relegation-threatened Sunderland, with Roberto Martinez’s Toffees aiming to keep their impressive bid for a top-four finish on track.

The Merseysiders are 2/5 to beat the visiting Black Cats, who have picked up just three away points so far this season.

Tottenham, meanwhile, take on West Bromwich Albion at White Hart Lane in what is Tim Sherwood’s first game in charge since being handed the Spurs job on a permanent basis.

The north Londoners are unbeaten in their last seven league games against the Baggies. Paddy Power have the Spurs win priced at 8/15.

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