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Amazon Prime Live Boxing Day FixturesBefore the turn of the year you can enjoy 10 live games, all live streamed on Amazon Prime.
It’s only the second time this has been available and with plenty of big games it’s going to be a real festive treat.
Below you’ll find all the fixtures which can be watched, alongside their kick-off times:
Thursday December 26, 201912.30pm:
Tottenham Hotspur v Brighton
Aston Villa v Norwich City
AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal
Chelsea v Southampton
Crystal Palace v West Ham United
Everton v Burnley
Sheffield United v Watford
Manchester United v Newcastle United
Leicester City v Liverpool
Friday December 27, 20197.45pm:
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City
Amazon Prime Christmas Betting OddsOf course, with a full set of Premier League fixtures there’s plenty to bet on.
We never take a break from finding good value and this Christmas will be on hand to bring you all the best betting odds and markets.
Below you’ll find the latest odds from top UK bookmakers in all the Boxing Day fixtures.
How Can I Watch Amazon Prime?Amazon Prime can be streamed online via mobile, tablet, desktop or smart TV and in order to watch every game all you need to do is sign up for an Amazon Prime account!
Subscriptions cost just £7.99 per month and as well as live football you can also watch some of the most popular TV shows and movies on the planet, including some exclusive to Amazon.
To sign up, head to the Amazon Prime site. If you already have an Amazon account, all you’ll need to do is upgrade your account type to become a Prime member.
It’s then simply a case of downloading the Amazon Prime app to your device and signing in to unlock all their programming.
Can I Watch Amazon Prime For Free?You can also watch Amazon Prime for free. This is limited to an initial free month’s trial, of which you will then be charged the £7.99 per month.
However, it is possible to cancel your subscription at any time, so if you want to watch Amazon Prime for free while the Boxing Day fixtures are on, sign up today for the free trial and simply cancel as soon as the games have finished.
Amazon Prime Premier League CoverageAmazon Prime broadcast their first live Premier League games on December 4, 2019 to high plaudits. It returns on Boxing Day with and fans will once again be able to switch between every game, all complete with live commentary and a wealth of features.
Presenters & PunditsAmazon Prime have enlisted a who’s who of Premier League presenters and pundits, with some of the best names of today and yesteryear.
Gabby Logan is the flagship presenter, with names like Jim Rosenthal, Ally McCoist and Jon Champion among the top presenters, pundits and commentators.
As well as this Amazon have signed up Alan Shearer, Conor McNamara, Dermot Gallagher, Glenn Hoddle, Harry Redknapp, Michael Owen, Peter Crouch, Thierry Henry and many, many more.
Live Coverage Viewing ModesYou’ll find a number of different viewing modes and angles to choose from, all available from the live stream itself.
You can choose to watch from a particular end or enter Atmosphere Mode which removes the commentary and allows you to soak up inside the stadium directly from your home.
Amazon Prime Premier League 2019/20 ScheduleThis is Amazon Prime’s first year broadcasting Premier League football and they have just two rounds of fixtures in which they show every game live.
The first this season came on December 4, with the Boxing Day fixtures the second.
They will continue to have the same package for live streaming games, with a midweek round of fixtures and bank holiday round of fixtures until 2022.
Other Sports Available On Amazon PrimeIt isn’t just football available on Amazon Prime. In fact, you’ll find a wealth of sports available to stream.
You’ll find motor racing, rugby and tennis among others, as well as dozens of exclusive and award-winning sports documentaries.
Among the top documentaries is the show following Manchester City for a season (All or Nothing) along with the famous Leeds United Take Us Home, which charted Leeds’ 2018/19 season, which involved ‘Spygate’ and a play-off capitulation.
Amazon Prime Football FAQs
How Many Premier League Games Per Season Does Amazon Prime Show?Amazon Prime will broadcast 20 games per season until 2022. These will be across two matchdays.
Alongside this they also broadcast weekly Premier League show Back of the Net with Gabby Logan, Peter Crouch and John Bishop.