Christmas 2015 is here and the yuletide spirit has been welcomed by one and all with utmost gusto.
Football fans are no doubt revelling the moments as well, but some might remain a bit disheartened because the likes of German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A, La Liga, as well as Ligue 1 will be absent for some weeks, owing to the winter break.
Nevertheless, the Premier League remains the only hope. The amazing line up of Boxing Day (26 December) matches is sure to bring smiles in the faces of every football fan. After all, there is nothing better in covering yourself in the holiday spirit and take to the couch to enjoy English football at its best.
Catch the full schedule of tomorrow's matches HERE.
It might be a time of great joy for the football fans and supporters, but for the players and coaches, the topic is debatable. The introduction of a winter break in English football has been a hot topic of debate for long, but for now, the verdict is that the matches should go on.
Newly-appointed Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, who has previously experienced the winter break during his time at Borussia Dortmund, feels that the Premier League should follow suit too. "You have too many games, that's for sure," Klopp told the BBC's Football Focus programme.
The German coach has stated that fatigue is a worry with two back-to-back game weeks in the span of three days. "You have no break, too many tournaments. I think everybody knows that's not the way to be successful."
Klopp also said that too many league matches could affect the England national team's chances in the long run. "Everybody thinks [England coach] Roy Hodgson should lead these boys to the Euro 2016 title, they have really good players. But they've had no break for one year. All the other teams have. You can be (successful) but it's much harder," he explained.
Liverpool take on table toppers Leicester City at Anfield on Saturday, while they travel to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland on Monday.