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How to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime and how to tune in for free

Jetro Willems of Newcastle United celebrates with teammates
Jetro Willems celebrates with teammates Allan Saint-Maximin and Miguel Almiron after scoring his workforce’s first objective through the match between Newcastle United and Manchester City (Picture: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Every Gameweek 15 Premier League match will likely be proven on Prime this month.

Amazon Prime will be showing 20 Premier League fixtures in the approaching weeks, which leaves little doubt in our minds {that a} truthful quantity of footy followers are flocking to the streaming service.

If you need to know how you’ll be able to watch the video games and how you possibly can tune in for free, you then’re in the fitting place…

How to watch the football fixtures on Amazon Prime

All you want to do to watch the Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime is take out a subscription.

The service will let new and present members watch the 20 football video games occurring this December.

You can tune in on a wide range of gadgets together with the Prime Video app, Fire TV, video games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast, TalkTalk TV and on-line.

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New subscribers to the service additionally get to take pleasure in a 30-day free trial, which you’ll cancel at any time.

After that free trial is over, Amazon Prime will price you £7.99 monthly or £79 for the entire 12 months.

If you don’t fancy signing up to Amazon Prime, you too can strive your luck at your native pubs, as Amazon have confirmed that pubs can stream the video games by the BT Sport channel on their Sky set prime containers.

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The video games which will likely be proven on the streaming service are:

3 December

  • Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth
  • Burnley vs Manchester City

4 December

  • Chelsea vs Aston Villa
  • Leicester vs Watford
  • Manchester United vs Tottenham
  • Southampton vs Norwich
  • Wolves vs West Ham
  • Liverpool vs Everton

5 December

  • Sheffield United vs Newcastle
  • Arsenal vs Brighton

26 December

  • Tottenham vs Brighton
  • Bournemouth vs Arsenal
  • Aston Villa vs Norwich
  • Chelsea vs Southampton
  • Crystal Palace vs West Ham
  • Everton vs Burnley
  • Sheffield United vs Watford
  • Manchester United vs Newcastle
  • Leicester vs Liverpool

27 December

  • Wolves vs Manchester City

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