The final round of the festive fixtures in the Premier League sees Burnley travel to face Manchester City with both sides claiming nine points from their last five outings. 95% (18/19) of Manchester City's league games this season have produced at least two goals, with their clash with Liverpool the exception, averaging 3.2 goals per game. 16 of the last 17 Premier League matches at the Etihad have also witnessed at least two goals in total, including the last 12 on the bounce. 74% (14/19) of Burnley's league games this term have produced two or more match goals, averaging 2.6 goals per game in the process, with six of their eight on the road achieving the same feat. Recent clashes between the two clubs have seen a fair share of goals too. In fact 43 goals have been scored in just the last nine competitive meetings between Manchester City and Burnley, averaging 4.8 goals per game.
Down into League Two and Wycombe are looking to make it 10 league matches unbeaten as they welcome table-proppers Newport County to Adams Park this afternoon. Following just four wins from their opening 14 this term, Wycombe have won seven and drawn two of their last nine fixtures propelling themselves from relegation to the playoff places in a matter of weeks. Despite their slow start Wycombe's form on home turf has been strong, winning 22 points from the 30 on offer, a points average of 2.2 per game, only Carlisle and Doncaster can boast better returns. Newport are finding life difficult in the final tier of the Football League this season having accumulated just 17 points from their 22 outings, leaving them five points from safety at the foot of the division. They have also lost their last six league fixtures, conceding 17 goals in the process, an average of 2.8 goals per game. The Chairboys are the inform side of the division and look to hold plenty of value heading into this match.