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Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime Video: How to watch games FREE as Sky Sports, BT and Amazon announce TV matches

THE Premier League is BACK on Amazon and a whole host of fixtures are being streamed on the platform.

Mail order delivery merchants Amazon Prime Video have had the rights for the last three years to the Prem, with a raft of post-Christmas games also being shown in around a month’s time.

The Premier League has released a bumper TV schedule for the winter period

And this round of fixtures has some crackers to start off the festive season, with Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all in action on the streaming platform.

How can I watch games for free on Amazon Prime Video?

As we head into the long winter months, morale can be low – but the Premier League’s fixture list announcement will hopefully put a smile on your face.

Televised games for December and early January have now been confirmed, with many available for FREE on either BT Sport or Amazon Prime Video.

If you’re an EE customer, you get a three-month BT Sport trial included with your phone package.

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Simply head to the official website and get BT Sport on your mobile – and then cast it to your TV for the full HD experience.

And any games shown on Amazon Prime Video can also be watched for free by grabbing a 30-day Amazon Prime trial.

You can cancel at any time during the month-long trial and Amazon Prime Video is available to stream on your mobile, tablet, TV or games console.

Sky Sports will host a double-header on Boxing Day

Premier League Christmas fixtures

Tuesday, November 30

  • 19:30 Newcastle vs Norwich (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Leeds vs Crystal Palace (Amazon Prime Video)

Wednesday, December 1

  • 19:30 Southampton vs Leicester (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 19:30 Watford vs Chelsea (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 19:30 West Ham vs Brighton (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 19:30 Wolves vs Burnley (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Aston Villa vs Man City (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Everton vs Liverpool (Amazon Prime Video)

Thursday, December 2

  • 19:30 Spurs vs Brentford (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Man Utd vs Arsenal (Amazon Prime Video) 

Saturday, December 4

  • 12:30 West Ham vs Chelsea (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 Watford vs Man City (Sky Sports)

Sunday, December 5

  • 16:30 Aston Villa v Leicester (Sky Sports)

Monday, December 6

  • 20:00 Everton v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Friday, December 10

  • 20:00 Brentford v Watford (Sky Sports)

Saturday, December 11

  • 12:30 Man City v Wolves (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 Norwich v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

Sunday, December 12

  • 14:00 Leicester v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
  • 16:30 Crystal Palace v Everton (Sky Sports)

Tuesday, December 14

  • 19:30 Brentford v Man Utd (BT Sport)
  • 19:45 Norwich v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
  • 20:00 Man City v Leeds (BT Sport)

Amazon Prime Video’s team will be showing twenty Premier League matches in December and January

Wednesday, December 15

  • 19:30 Brighton v Wolves (BT Sport)
  • 19:30 Burnley v Watford (BT Sport)
  • 19:30 Crystal Palace v Southampton (BT Sport)
  • 19:45 Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)
  • 20:00 Arsenal v West Ham (BT Sport)

Thursday, December 16

  • 19:30 Leicester v Spurs (BT Sport)
  • 20:00 Liverpool v Newcastle (BT Sport)

Saturday, December 18

  • 12:30 Man Utd v Brighton (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 Leeds v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Sunday, December 19

  • 14:00 Newcastle v Man City (Sky Sports)
  • 16:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Monday, December 20

  • 20:00 Everton v Leicester (Sky Sports)

Sunday, December 26

  • 12:30 Liverpool v Leeds (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 Aston Villa v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
  • 20:00 Brighton v Brentford (Sky Sports)

Monday, December 27

  • 20:00 Newcastle v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

Tuesday, December 28

  • 12:30 Arsenal v Wolves (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 15:00 Southampton v Spurs (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 15:00 Crystal Palace v Norwich (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 15:00 Watford v West Ham (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 17:30 Leeds v Aston Villa (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:00 Leicester v Liverpool (Amazon Prime Video)

Wednesday, December 29

  • 19:30 Chelsea v Brighton (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Brentford v Man City (Amazon Prime Video)

Thursday, December 30

  • 19:30 Everton v Newcastle (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 20:15 Man Utd v Burnley (Amazon Prime Video)

Saturday, January 1

  • 12:30 Arsenal v Man City (BT Sport)
  • 17:30 Crystal Palace v West Ham (Sky Sports)

Sunday, January 2

  • 14:00 Brentford v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
  • 16:30 Chelsea v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Monday, January 3

  • 17:30 Man Utd v Wolves (Sky Sports)

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