Amazon Prime fixtures this Christmas, kick-off times and how to watch Premier League games for FREE
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Amazon Prime fixtures this Christmas, kick-off times and how to watch Premier League games for FREE

Dec 26, 2023

Premier League fans will soon be tucking into a festive feast of football over the Christmas period.

The annual Boxing Day bonanza has been slightly altered this year, with top-flight games taking place on Christmas Eve and almost running every day until the New Year.

Havertz has had his critics but has scored as many goals as United's attack

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Havertz has had his critics but has scored as many goals as United’s attackCredit: Getty

The hectic schedule means the Premier League’s busiest month promises to be even more chocker-blocked with non-stop action.

Liverpool are among the title challenges and the Reds are involved in one of the five top-flight fixtures taking place on Boxing Day.

Newcastle kick-off the post-Christmas celebrations by hosting Nottingham Forest before Jurgen Klopp‘s men travel to Burnley.

Manchester United are also in action in the pick of the Boxing Day football when they battle fellow top-four contenders Aston Villa.

Chelsea are then involved in a London derby on Wednesday 27 against Crystal Palace, while Man City and Everton meet in late December for the second year running following their 1-1 draw at the Etihad on New Year’s Eve 2022.

Two more games will then come up on Thursday night, with north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham both featuring.

Spurs face a tricky test away at Brighton, while the Gunners will look to secure the bragging rights in the capital at home to West Ham.

Chelsea fans will get their first glimpse of Nkunku in the Premier League

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Chelsea fans will get their first glimpse of Nkunku in the Premier LeagueCredit: Getty

Once again this season, Amazon will take over broadcast rights from Sky Sports and TNT Sports for the festive batch of games.

This is the fifth year that Amazon will be showing Premier League fixtures since they agreed to a 20-game-a-season package in 2018. 

Below are the matches coming up on Prime Video this week which are also all live on the talkSPORT airwaves…

Premier League Gameweek 19 fixtures

Tuesday, December 26

Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest – 12:30 – talkSPORT

Bournemouth vs Fulham – 15:00 – talkSPORT 2

Sheffield United vs Luton Town – 15:00 – talkSPORT App

Burnley vs Liverpool – 17:30 – talkSPORT

Manchester United vs Aston Villa – 20:00 – talkSPORT

Wednesday, December 27

Brentford vs Wolves – 19:30 – talkSPORT App

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace – 19:30 – talkSPORT 2

Everton vs Manchester City – 20:15 – talkSPORT

Thursday, December 28

Brighton vs Tottenham – 19:30 – talkSPORT 2

Arsenal vs West Ham – 20:15 – talkSPORT

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, video games consoles, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and online.

For fans who are not already members, you can start a FREE 30-day trial of Amazon Prime giving you access to all of this week’s games. You can sign up here.

Alternatively, new customers can join Amazon Prime for £8.99 per month or £95 for a year’s subscription. 

Amazon Prime members can stream up to three games on different devices at the same time.


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