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The Championship: The Things You Need to Know For Boxing Day

by Nathan Zachary

The Championship season is in full swing, and the excitement of the final rounds is building. But before we get to that, there are a few things you should know.

Premier League

The Premier League kicks off in earnest on Boxing Day, after the break, and it’s a big day. There are three games at the start of the day, as well as two on Sunday.

Manchester United sit top of the table with an 81 per cent win rate. They’re also looking to get back on track after a disappointing Carabao Cup defeat to Leeds. And Chelsea are a winless team in three league matches, having been outscored 12-1 by Leeds in Tuesday night’s defeat.

Meanwhile, Tottenham have the longest run of wins in the league this season. They’ve won nine in a row, including six at home. It’s a fantastic record, but they’re currently just ten points behind Southampton, who they’ll face on Boxing Day.

Liverpool, meanwhile, have been racking up wins recently, but they’ll have to wait a few days for their next match. Manchester City have knocked Liverpool out of the Carabao Cup. But, they’ll be looking to bounce back and start to make their way into the Champions League.

Rugby league

If you’ve been keeping up with rugby league for the last 15 years or so, you’ll have noticed that the Boxing Day fixture schedule has slowly slipped away. In the past few seasons, there have been only one or two competitive matches played on the day. But this year, there’s going to be a few more.

The Rugby Football League announced in August that they have reached an agreement with Betfred to sponsor their championship for the next two years. And if you’re looking to follow the action, the league will be televising some of their games.

On Boxing Day, there are some matches that you’ll want to watch. For example, the Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats are set to meet again in Headingley. Also, the Batley Bulldogs will play their Heavy Woollen Derby against Dewsbury Rams.


If you’re a fan of the Football Championship, you may be wondering what to expect on Boxing Day. This is one of the most important days of the year for the competition. It’s the day when all leagues in England will play a match, and the Premier League is back after a six-week break. However, not all teams will be involved in the action.

There will be seven games on the day, which will cover a total of seven hours of football. The Championship will continue, and so will League One and League Two. While all the top flight clubs will take part in the seven matches, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds won’t feature.

Tottenham are scheduled to play a game on yalla shoot Boxing Day, but they won’t face Millwall or Watford. They’ll also not be playing their usual hat-trick of home games.

NBC coverage

For fans of the English Premier League, Boxing Day is one of the most anticipated days of the season. It’s when the first league games after the World Cup break start to air. In addition, it’s a great time to watch football with your family. And this year, NBC Sports will offer plenty of coverage for the occasion.

NBC will present all 380 matches on several channels, including the USA Network, Telemundo, Universo and Peacock Premium. The network will also feature special programming from pitchside desks, while a studio crew will be in England to announce the games.

This year’s Boxing Day will feature 18 Premier League teams, including defending champion Manchester City and league leaders Liverpool. Liverpool will kick off the day’s action with a match against Leeds. They will then play Swansea City. Everton will also be in action, while Wolverhampton Wanderers will face Crystal Palace.

‘Championship rounds’

The Boxing Day championship rounds were the cool thing to see. If you were lucky enough to catch them, you might have a chance to win a prized possession. Sadly, this was not to be.

There is a plethora of rules and regulations for boxing. This particular form of competition is one of the most popular sports today. Fans flock to high-profile venues to see these esoteric events.

The modern day champions have the choice of a 12 round fight or a shorter bout. In the past, the longest match was in excess of 15 rounds. A notable change occurred when the WBA reduced their title fights to twelve rounds after Duk Koo Kim’s death.

However, it is important to note that a twelve-round bout fits perfectly into a one-hour time slot. Most fighters aren’t used to the grueling nature of these matches. To make up for this, some fights have been reduced to a measly eight or ten rounds.

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