Schedule of Premier League games live on TV and how to watch

Schedule of Premier League games live on TV and how to watch

The Premier League returns on Boxing Day after a nearly six-week hiatus for the World Cup.

A quick refresher if you can’t remember what happened before Qatar: Arsenal are five points ahead of Manchester City at the top, Eddie Howe’s surprise package Newcastle are third and Spurs are just about there, with Manchester United in fourth to hold space.

At the other end of the table, Wolves are bottom of the table but are under new management following the appointment of ex-Seville head coach Julen Lopetegui and will be joined in the relegation zones by Southampton, now managed by Nathan Jones, and Nottingham Forest.

The choice of Boxing Day clashes is likely to be the early kick-off between Brentford and Spurs. Antonio Conte’s side are keen to restart their season with a win, but signs of fatigue could appear after their players played the second most minutes in Qatar.

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Brentford is 10th but all eyes will be on Ivan Toney after it was revealed he is now under investigation by the FA for 262 betting rule breaches.

Elsewhere, Unai Emery is hoping to continue his positive start at Aston Villa against Liverpool and league leaders Arsenal host West Ham at the Emirates.

Two games remain on Tuesday 27 December before Leeds and Manchester City round out the game week at Elland Road.

How to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime during the holidays:

Premier League games from December 26th to 28th

Second day of Christmas

  • Brentford v Tottenham (12.30pm)
  • Crystal Palace – Fulham (3pm)
  • Everton vs Wolves (3pm)
  • Leicester vs Newcastle (3pm)
  • Southampton v Brighton (3pm)
  • Aston Villa-Liverpool (5:30pm)
  • Arsenal v West Ham (8pm)

Tuesday, December 27th

  • Chelsea-Bournemouth (5:30pm)
  • Man Utd v Nottingham Forest (8pm)

Wednesday December 28th

How to watch Boxing Day matches

Amazon Prime Video shows all 10 Premier League Matchday 17 matches as part of their allotted 20 matches per season through 2024/25.

The streaming platform has brought on board some of the biggest names in football coverage, commentary and pundits including Alan Shearer, Laura Woods and Peter Drury.

With an Amazon Prime subscription, you can watch all games in the Prime Video app on your phone, tablet, computer, game console or TV

Amazon’s coverage is compatible with Smart TVs and Blu-ray players and can be accessed on most modern gaming consoles, as well as with a Fire TV stick and BT TV, TalkTalk TV or Virgin TV set-top boxes.

An Amazon Prime subscription costs £8.99 a month or £95 for the year, although new customers can sign up for a free 30-day trial.

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Monday 26 December

  • Brentford vs Spurs (12:30 p.m.): Simon Thomas, Robyn Cowan, Matt Upson, Paul Robinson, Patrice Evra
  • Everton vs Wolves (3 p.m.): Angus Scott, Pien Meulenstein, Michael Brown, Leon Osman, Joleon Lescott
  • Crystal Palace vs Fulham (3 p.m.): Jim Rosenthal, Ian Darke, Nigel Spackman, Steve Sidwell, Roy Hodgson
  • Southampton vs Brighton (3 p.m.): Marcus Buckland, Steve Wilson, Glenn Hoddle, Kevin Davies, Gus Poyet
  • Leicester versus Newcastle (3 p.m.): Kelly Somers, Conor McNamara, Lucy Ward, Shay Given, Emile Heskey
  • Aston Villa vs Liverpool (5:30 p.m.): Laura Woods, Clive Tyldesley, Andy Townsend, Steve McManaman, Gabby Agbonlahor
  • Arsenal vs West Ham (8 p.m.): Gabby Logan, Jon Champion, Ally McCoist, Thierry Henry, Eni Aluko

Tuesday, December 27th

  • Chelsea vs Bournemouth (5:30 p.m.): Laura Woods, Guy Mowbray, Sue Smith, Joe Cole, Tony Pulis
  • Man Utd v Nottingham Forest (8 p.m.): Simon Thomas, Jon Champion, Alan Shearer, Patrice Evra, Michael Owen

Wednesday December 28th

  • Leeds versus Manchester City (8 p.m.): Gabby Logan, Peter Drury, Ally McCoist, Alan Shearer, Nedum Onuoha, Eni Aluko

This allows fans to watch all of Boxing Day’s matches, meaning you can watch Premier League football from 12pm to 10pm.

Amazon has just one game left this season after December 28, which sees leaders Arsenal v second-placed Man City on February 15 after being rearranged from October.

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