While Sky Sports and BT Sports have dominated the Premier League broadcast market in recent times, web giant Amazon has shown an increasing interest in television through its Amazon Prime service.
And Amazon Prime Video continues its foray into the world of football this summer, broadcasting four of the Premier League games starting with Crystal Palace vs Burnley.
New subscribers will be able to watch all the matches for free due to Amazon’s 30-day trial, which can be cancelled at any time.
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What fixtures are being shown?
So far the only one confirmed is Crystal Palace vs Burnley (8pm, Monday 29 June 2020). Three more will follow in due course.
How can I watch Amazon Prime Video for free?
New subscribers will be able to watch all the matches for free due to Amazon’s 30-day trial, which can be cancelled at any time. After the trial ends, a subscription will cost £7.99 per month or £79 per year.
Matches can be streamed online and on TV via the Prime Video app, Fire TV, games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast, TalkTalkTV and online.
To watch all these fixtures for free, sign up for a 30-day Amazon Prime trial by clicking here, which can be cancelled any time.