Published on December 6th, 2023
This week marks the commencement of the first set of 10 matches from Amazon’s lineup of 20 live fixtures during the festive season.
The focus for the Blues now shifts to a match against Manchester United scheduled for Wednesday night at Old Trafford.
From December 5 to December 7, football enthusiasts can catch all 10 matches on Amazon Prime Video.
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Chelsea has faced challenges against United in the Premier League, failing to secure a victory in the last five encounters.
Among these, four matches ended in draws, with United’s 4-1 triumph last season being the exception.
Both teams have encountered difficulties in finding consistent form this season, seemingly caught in a ‘one step forward, two steps back’ pattern.
However, Wednesday night’s clash could be a pivotal moment for Mauricio Pochettino’s squad.
In addition to this week’s fixtures, Amazon will also broadcast the Boxing Day games, including Chelsea’s home match against Crystal Palace on December 27.
Other exciting matchups scheduled for this week include Aston Villa vs. Manchester City, Sheffield United vs. Liverpool, and Everton vs. Newcastle.
With a total of 20 live games to enjoy over the Christmas period, let’s delve into the schedule to find out when and how you can catch all the action.
When Do Premier League Matches Air On Prime Video?
Tuesday, December 5
- 19:30 – Wolves vs Burnley
- 20:15 – Luton Town vs Arsenal
Wednesday, December 6
- 19:30 – Brighton & Hove Albion vs Brentford
- 19:30 – Crystal Palace vs AFC Bournemouth
- 19:30 – Fulham vs Nottingham Forest
- 19:30 – Sheffield United vs Liverpool
- 20:15 – Aston Villa vs Manchester City
- 20:15 – Manchester United vs Chelsea
Thursday, December 7
- 19:30 – Everton vs Newcastle United
- 20:15 – Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United
How To Watch Premier League Games On Prime Video
You can catch every game on Amazon Prime Video. Non-Prime members can start a 30-day free trial of Prime, then pay £8.99 per month or £95 per year.
Alternatively, you can subscribe to Prime Video for £5.99 per month, with the flexibility to cancel at any time.
Prime membership offers additional benefits like free next-day deliveries, exclusive deals, and access to Prime Video.
Moreover, Prime Video allows you to watch Discovery+, providing access to TNT Sports and coverage of the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League, and more. To learn more and sign up for Prime Video, click here.
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Catch Up On December Games With Sky Sports
For those interested in catching up with other December games, you can now sign up for Sky Sports.
Get the Complete Sky Sports for an additional £18 per month on an 18-month contract.
This deal requires Sky TV and Sky Q, catering exclusively to new Sky Sports customers.
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