Watch Premier league match Live on Amazon Prime Video

Premier league match Live on Amazon Prime Video

The broadcaster will show their first ever Premier League match live this weekend as Bournemouth host Crystal Palace at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday evening

Manchester City’s trip to Southampton on Sunday, July 5 will be the third free-to-air Premier League match broadcasted by the BBC.

Pep Guardiola’s side head to St Mary’s for a 7pm kick-off, with the match one of 21 games that will be free to watch for fans between now and July 13.

Bournemouth’s clash with Crystal Palace this Saturday evening will be the first ever Premier League match that the BBC have shown live, while Norwich vs Everton will also be shown next Wednesday, June 24.

The other free-to-air matches will be spread between Sky Sports (via Sky Pick, Freeview channel 11), BT Sport and Amazon Prime.

The Premier League confirmed the latest batch of fixtures between July 4 and 13 on Thursday.

Saturday 4th July 2020

  • 12.30pm: Norwich vs Brighton (BT Sport)
  • 3pm: Leicester vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
  • 3pm: Manchester United vs Bournemouth (BT Sport)
  • 5.30pm: Wolves vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
  • 8pm: Chelsea vs Watford (Sky Sports)

Sunday 5th July 2020

  • 12pm: Burnley vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
  • 2pm: Newcastle vs West Ham (Sky Sports)
  • 4.30pm: Liverpool vs Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
  • 7pm: Southampton vs Manchester City (BBC)

Monday 6th July 2020

  • 8pm: Tottenham vs Everton (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 7th July 2020

  • 6pm: Crystal Palace vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
  • 6pm: Watford vs Norwich (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
  • 8.15pm: Arsenal vs Leicester (Sky Sports)

Wednesday 8th July 2020

  • 6pm: Manchester City vs Newcastle (BT Sport)
  • 6pm: Sheffield United vs Wolves (Sky Sports)
  • 6pm: West Ham vs Burnley (BT Sport)
  • 8.15pm: Brighton vs Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Thursday 9th July 2020

  • 6pm: Bournemouth vs Tottenham (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
  • 6pm: Everton vs Southampton (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 8.15pm: Aston Villa vs Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Saturday 11th July 11

  • 12.30pm: Norwich vs West Ham (BT Sport)
  • 12.30pm: Watford vs Newcastle (Amazon Prime Video)
  • 3pm: Liverpool vs Burnley (BT Sport)
  • 5.30pm: Sheffield United vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
  • 8pm: Brighton vs Manchester City (Sky Sports)

Sunday 12th July 2020

  • 12pm: Wolves vs Everton (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
  • 2pm: Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
  • 4.30pm: Tottenham vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
  • 7pm: Bournemouth vs Leicester (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)

Monday 13th July 2020

  • 8pm: Manchester United vs Southampton (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)

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