The festive football keeps on rolling, folks. It's time for matchday 20 of the Premier League!
After some Christmas crackers on Boxing Day and the bank holiday frenzy Newcastle and Man Utd served up on Monday, we're back at it again.
Here are your live updates for Tuesday's games.
Crystal Palace 3-0 Norwich City (HT)
Norwich's hopes of picking up points at Crystal Palace suffered an immediate blow when Odsonne Edouard scored an eighth-minute penalty.
Kenny McLean clumsily brought down Will Hughes, and the Frenchman cooly converted from the spot.
Things went from bad to worse for Dean Smith's side when they conceded another just before the interval, with Jean-Philippe Mateta grabbing just his second goal in Palace colours.
But wait, there's more! Jeff Schlupp added a third moments later to compound Norwich's misery. It's going to be a long old trip back to Norfolk...
Southampton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur (HT)
Southampton grabbed a deserved lead midway through the first half through club captain James Ward-Prowse.
A loose ball fell to the England international and he curled it beautifully into the far corner with the outside of his boot.
But Spurs - who rarely threatened in the first half - were handed a route back into the game when Mohammed Salisu foolishly tripped Son Heung-min in the box, receiving his second yellow card before Harry Kane fired home from the penalty spot.
Watford 1-2 West Ham United (HT)
Watford have returned to Premier League action after their last three games were called off due to a Covid-19 outbreak, and made the best possible start when Emmanuel Dennis fired them in front in the first five minutes.
The Nigeria international - who will be sorely missed by the Hornets while he's at the Africa Cup of Nations next month - found the top corner with a stunning strike.
But West Ham equalised midway through the opening 45 through Tomas Soucek, before Said Benrahma put them ahead just moments later. We have a game on our hands!
Leicester City vs Liverpool
Brendan Rodgers welcomes former side Liverpool to the King Power Stadium in Tuesday's late kick-off, looking to avenge their Carabao Cup defeat at Anfield six days ago.
The Foxes nearly pulled off a memorable Boxing day comeback away at Man City, responding three times after heading into half-time 4-0 down.
Liverpool return to action after their Boxing Day meeting with Leeds was called off and, like City, could do with three points against Leicester as the title race hots up.
You can read 90min's preview of Leicester vs Liverpool here.
Source : 90min