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Watch Premier League for FREE: Amazon Prime deal offers football streaming without a fee

Amazon Prime customers will be able to watch 10 live Premier League games between Tuesday December 28 and Thursday December 30. Prime Video will be showing all the matches from the latest round of the EPL, which matches featuring all 20 teams in England’s top flight being broadcast. And the good news is you can watch all of these matches without paying a single penny if you sign up for a free Amazon Prime trial today.

The trial lasts for 30 days, and will not only give you access to the Prime Video library but you’ll also get access to super-fast Prime delivery, the Prime Reading collection of books to read on your Kindle, over two million ad-free songs with Amazon Music and free games downloads with Prime Gaming.

After your trial period is up you’ll be charged the typical £7.99 per month fee, so if you don’t want to pay this make sure you cancel your Amazon Prime membership before the trial period is over.

The first Premier League game that Prime Video will be showing is Arsenal vs Wolves at 12.30pm on Tuesday December 28, while the final game will be Manchester United vs Burnley at 8.15pm on Thursday December 30.

Here is a full list of fixtures and the times for the games being shown on Prime Video…

Tuesday December 28

• Arsenal vs Wolves – 12.30pm

• Crystal Palace vs Norwich City – 3pm

• Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur – 3pm

• Watford vs West Ham United – 3pm

• Leeds United vs Aston Villa – 5.30pm

• Leicester City vs Liverpool – 8pm

Wednesday December 29

• Chelsea vs Brighton – 7.30pm

• Brentford vs Man City – 8.15pm

Thursday December 30

• Everton vs Newcastle United – 7.30pm

• Manchester United vs Burnley – 8.15pm

The gameweek 20 fixtures were confirmed to be going ahead after Premier League clubs voted on whether or not to postpone games amid record outbreaks of Covid-19.

Premier League clubs held an emergency meeting in the run-up to Christmas about what to do to fight the all-time high number of positive Covid-19 tests players were registering in the face of the latest Omicron wave in the UK.

A so-called ‘circuit breaker’ option was on the table where games would have been postponed to stem the tide of infections which led to six games being postponed.

But instead, after a meeting of clubs, the League announced fixtures would continue “where safely possible”.

In a statement after the post-Christmas fixtures got the go-ahead the Premier League said: “The league continues to work with clubs to encourage vaccination among players and club staff, as well as promoting the Government’s public health vaccination messaging to clubs and the wider public”.


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