Tonight marks the start of Amazon Prime Video’s Premier League coverage for the 2021/22 season.
Two of 10 matches will take place tonight, Tuesday November 30, with the remaining eight matches of Matchday 14 taking place tomorrow and Thursday, December 1 and 2.
A full list of the fixtures Amazon will be broadcast can be found below.
How to access Amazon Prime Video’s Premier League coverage
To access the upcoming matches on Amazon, you will need to have an Amazon Prime subscription.
Subscriptions are available free of charge for the first 30 days. The price thereafter is £7.99 a month and comes with additional perks including next-day, and sometimes same-day, delivery from amazon.co.uk.
To start your free 30 day Amazon Prime subscription click here.
What Premier League games are on Amazon Prime Video?
20 matches will be broadcast across two matchdays in Nov/Dec 2021.
Many matches will be shown simultaneously, with fans given the chance to choose which one they wish to view.
Tuesday November 30 – Newcastle Utd vs Norwich – 7.30pm / Leeds vs Crystal Palace – 8.15pm
Wednesday December 1 – Wolves vs Burnley – 7.30pm / Southampton vs Leicester – 7.30pm / Watford vs Chelsea – 7.30pm / West Ham vs Brighton – 8.15pm / Aston Villa vs Man City – 8.15pm / Everton vs Liverpool – 8.15pm
Thursday December 2 – Spurs vs Brentford – 7.30pm / Man Utd vs Arsenal – 8.15pm
Tuesday December 28 – Arsenal vs Wolves – 12.30pm / Southampton vs Spurs – 3.00pm / Crystal Palace vs Norwich – 3.00pm / Watford vs West Ham – 3.00pm / Leeds vs Aston Villa – 5.30pm / Leicester vs Liverpool – 8.00pm
Wednesday December 29 – Chelsea vs Brighton – 7.30pm / Brentford vs Man City – 8.15pm
Thursday December 30 – Everton vs Newcastle – 7.30pm / Man Utd vs Burnley – 8.15pmInternet Explorer Channel Network