Amazon Prime will broadcast their first set of Premier League fixtures exclusively live tonight.

The company agreed a £90million deal with the Premier League to start streaming top flight fixtures from the 2019/20 season.

The three-year contract gives them the broadcast rights to 20 live games over the course of a campaign, spread over two rounds of fixtures.

They have all the December midweek fixtures on the 3, 4 and 5 of the month, as well as the nine Boxing Day games and the one on December 27.

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham take on Man United this week

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Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham take on Man United this week

All the matches from these two rounds of games will be available to watch on the streaming service.

It is the first time ever in the UK that Premier League matches are not shown live on a traditional TV channel.

Amazon will be screening some big games too, including the Merseyside derby and Manchester United vs Tottenham.

Below are all the matches that will be available on Prime Video in the 2019/2020 season.

December midweek games

Tuesday, December 3

Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth (19:30)

Burnley vs Man City (20:15)

Wednesday, December 4

Chelsea vs Aston Villa (19:30)

Leicester vs Watford (19:30)

Man United vs Tottenham (19:30)

Southampton vs Norwich (19:30)

Wolves vs West Ham (19:30)

Liverpool vs Everton (20:15)

Wednesday, December 4

Sheffield United vs Newcastle (19:30)

Arsenal vs Brighton (20:15)

Boxing Day games

Thursday, December 26

Tottenham vs Brighton (12:30)

Aston Villa vs Norwich (15:00)

Bournemouth vs Arsenal (15:00)

Chelsea vs Southampton (15:00)

Crystal Palace vs West Ham (15:00)

Everton vs Burnley (15:00)

Sheffield United vs Watford (15:00)

Man United vs Newcastle (17:30)

Leicester vs Liverpool (20:00)

Friday, December 27

Wolves vs Man City (19:45)

 

How to watch this week’s games for free

Existing and new Prime members can watch the game via the Prime Video app, across mobile, Fire TV, games consoles, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and online.

Fans can also watch the action on Prime Video in 4K Ultra HD at no extra cost.

Non-members can start a 30-day FREE trial of Amazon Prime – which will grant them access to all of the action. You can sign up here.

Alternatively, new customers can join Amazon Prime for just £7.99 per month or £79 for the year.

Fans can see every goal from the night’s other games immediately in the Goals Centre.

Amazon Prime members can stream up to three games on different devices at the same time. Each match will have its own on-screen pundits, build-up and post-match analysis.

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