The full schedule of Premier League matches live and how to watch

As is customary during the holiday season, a busy Premier League football schedule awaits next month.

There’s a total of eight weeks of play crammed into the schedule from Tuesday, November 30 through New Year’s Day in what often turns out to be an essential part of the campaign at both ends of the table.

A total of 10 games were shown on Amazon Prime’s streaming service earlier this month and as part of their existing Premier League deal – which runs until the end of the 2021-22 season – 10 more matches will be broadcast live between Tuesday, December 28 and Thursday, December 30.

Amazon, along with other UK Premier League broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport, agreed in May to a three-year renewal deal that expires at the end of the 2024-25 season.

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There were some excellent games in Amazon’s first round of matches in early December, including Newcastle’s 1-1 draw against compatriots Norwich City, Everton’s 4-1 loss to Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. and Manchester United’s thrilling comeback victory over Arsenal.

There are also some interesting matches coming up later this month and football fans may want to make sure their schedules are clear on Tuesday, December 28, as there are four consecutive kick-off times for sit back and enjoy.

Arsenal welcome Wolves in Amazon’s first live offer at the start of kickoff, which is followed by three games at 3pm including Southampton v Spurs. Leeds’ game with Aston Villa will follow at 5.30 p.m. before Liverpool’s meeting with Leicester at King Power ends at 8 p.m.

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There will be two games each on December 29 and 30, with Chelsea entertaining Brighton at Stamford Bridge and Brentford hosting Manchester City in west London on Wednesday. Then on Thursday, Everton will face Newcastle and Manchester United will face Burnley.

Each match is available to stream on Amazon Prime on a variety of devices including TVs, mobiles or tablets, game consoles and more. An Amazon Prime subscription costs £ 7.99 per month or £ 79 per year, while those without a subscription can sign up for one. 30 days free trial to enjoy the live football ahead over the next few weeks.

Amazon Prime’s full Premier League fixture list

Tuesday 28 December

  • Arsenal vs Wolves (kick-off at 12:30 p.m.)
  • Crystal Palace v Norwich (3pm)
  • Southampton vs Spurs (3pm)
  • Watford vs. West Ham (3 p.m.)
  • Leeds v Aston Villa (5.30 p.m.)
  • Leicester vs Liverpool (8 p.m.)

wednesday 29 december

  • Chelsea vs Brighton (7:30 p.m.)
  • Brentford v Man City (8:15 p.m.)

Thursday, December 30

  • Everton v Newcastle (7:30 p.m.)
  • Man Utd v Burnley (8:15 p.m.)

Many famous faces will be on display as part of the cover, including regular and Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer, former Manchester United captain Patrice Evra and record Arsenal goalscorer Thierry Henry.

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Everyone’s favorite commentary team Jon Champion and Ally McCoist will be in the porch, as will the all-time favorite Clive Tyldesley. Simon Thomas and Gabby Logan are part of the presentation squad while former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg will be on hand to provide an overview of any major refereeing or VAR decisions.

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