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Sky Sports Premier League will bring you 19 live สโบเบ็ต games this December, and with seven rounds of fixtures on their way before the year's end, struggling clubs have the opportunity to turn their fortunes around - though for some it could become a month to forget. Before December's Premier League action kicks off this weekend, who does have the toughest run? Michael Hincks ranks each team's run-in to 2018 based on the current average league position of the clubs they are up against. With matches against Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United to come, Southampton statistically have the toughest month ahead. The Saints have สโบเบ็ต only won one of their last five league matches, and Mauricio Pellegrino will target a morale-boosting victory over Bournemouth this weekend before their tricky run begins. Brighton are not far behind, with five of their seven matches against top-half opposition. The Seagulls host Liverpool this Saturday, while trips to Wembley and Stamford Bridge will pit them as underdogs against Tottenham and Chelsea respectively. David Moyes is yet to taste victory with West Ham after three games in charge, and the prospect of facing Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal in their next three games means the Hammers boss will have to rally his side, who have not won in the league since September. A dramatic 2-2 draw at West Brom helped Newcastle end their four-game losing streak, but it does not get any easier for Rafa Benitez's men, who are ranked joint-third in the list สโบเบ็ต based on the fact they face Chelsea, Arsenal and leaders Manchester City, among others. Meanwhile, Manchester United are fifth overall, with Jose Mourinho's side facing a huge eight days when heading to Arsenal this Saturday before hosting Manchester City on December 10, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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