(Cybertech) – This month sees a bunch of Premier League Fixtures on Amazon Prime Video. We’ve listed them here – they start this weekend with Wolves travelling to Liverpool on Sunday.
As well as some random weekend games that have opened up because of the lack of fans and the wish to screen all fixtures at present, there are two complete rounds of fixtures across two mid-weeks – 15-17 and 28-30 December. The two complete rounds are covered by Amazon’s current TV deal with the Premier League.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to watch all the games live though as there are usually at least a couple of matches on at the same time. All times are in GMT.
Sunday 6th December 2020
Liverpool v Wolves – 19:15
Sunday 13th December 2020
Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion – 19:15
Tuesday 15th December 2020
Wolves v Chelsea – 18:00
Man City v West Brom – 20:00
Wednesday 16th December 2020
Arsenal v Southampton – 18:00
Leeds United v Newcastle United – 18:00
Leicester City v Everton – 18:00
Fulham v Brighton & Hove Albion – 20:00
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur – 20:00
West Ham United v Crystal Palace – 20:00
Thursday 17th December 2020
Aston Villa v Burnley – 18:00
Sheffield United v Man Utd – 20:00
Saturday 19th December 2020
Southampton v Man City – 15:00
Monday 28th December 2020
Crystal Palace v Leicester City – 15:00
Chelsea v Aston Villa – 17:30
Everton v Man City – 20:00
Tuesday 29th December 2020
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal – 18:00
Burnley v Sheffield United – 18:00
Southampton v West Ham United – 18:00
West Brom v Leeds United – 18:00
Man Utd v Wolves – 20:00
Wednesday 30th December 2020
Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham – 18:00
Newcastle United v Liverpool – 20:00
How to watch Premier League matches on Amazon Prime
Because the Premier League on Amazon Prime uses the Amazon Prime Video app, you can watch on any device that has access to Amazon Prime Video including Fire TV devices, Roku, consoles, smart TVs, Android, iOS and, of course, online.
Amazon took a leaf out of the Sky Sports F1 book and threw a lot of money at the personalities on its coverage in an effort to make a splash.
Pundits for its games include Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, Peter Crouch, Roberto Martinez, Lee Dixon, Harry Redknapp, Jermaine Jenas, Alex Scott, Peter Schmeichel and Michael Owen.
Hosts include Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour, Jim Rosenthal and Steve Bower, while commentators include Clive Tyldesley, Jon Champion, Connor McNamara, Guy Mowbray and Ian Darke.
Writing by Dan Grabham.