(Pocket-lint) – The next few weeks sees a bunch of Premier League Fixtures on Amazon Prime Video. We’ve listed them here – they start this weekend with Norwich travelling to Newcastle on Tuesday 30 November.
Amazon has nabbed two full rounds of midweek action, meaning there will be loads of games across only a few days, and all of them are available to watch through Amazon Prime.
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.
Tuesday 30 November 2021
Newcastle United v Norwich City – 19:30
Leeds United v Crystal Palace – 20:15
Wednesday 1 December 2021
Southampton v Leicester City – 19:30
Watford v Chelsea – 19:30
West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion – 19:30
Wolves v Burnley – 19:30
Aston Villa v Man City – 20:15
Everton v Liverpool – 20:15
Thursday 2 December 2021
Tottenham Hotspur v Brentford – 19:30
Man Utd v Arsenal – 20:15
Tuesday 28 December 2021
Arsenal v Wolves – 12:30
Crystal Palace v Norwich City – 15:00
Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur – 15:00
Watford v West Ham United – 15:00
Leeds United v Aston Villa – 17:30
Leicester City v Liverpool – 20:00
Wednesday 29 December 2021
Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion – 19:30
Brentford v Man City – 20:15
Thursday 30 December 2021
Everton v Newcastle United – 19:30
Man Utd v Burnley – 20:15
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 Max Freeman-Mills and Dan Grabham. Originally published on .