Premier League Boxing Day Bonanza...You're Gonna Need A Bigger Sofa

The live games will run from midday until late at night
15:53, 17 Oct 2019

Premier League fans are in for a Christmas cracker this year with ten hours of back-to-back football set for our screens in a Boxing Day bonanza.

Supporters will have an entire day of action to feast on with four festive games to get stuck into with all nine fixtures being shown live on Amazon Prime.

The first game will kick off at 12pm with matches following at 3pm, 5.30pm and 8pm. The online streaming service will also screen Manchester City’s clash against Wolves the following day.

Amazon clinched the rights to show the round of matches played on December 26 and 27, ahead of usual broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport, who have missed out.

Fans, still recovering from a heavy Christmas dinner, will be able to kick back and relax with some turkey sandwiches and four matches from midday until late.

MailOnline reported rumours of last-minute talks over whether five games could be shown but the move ‘proved complicated’.

Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to Leicester on December 26 with the game set for the final night spot of 8pm, which could prove a headache for travelling supporters going to the match.

The other match time slots are soon to be confirmed. Manchester United will be looking for revenge against Newcastle after the recent 1-0 defeat at St James’ Park when the Magpies travel to the North-west.

Arsenal go to Bournemouth, Chelsea host Southampton and Tottenham welcome Brighton to north London

Amazon will also show the December 3rd and 4th round of fixtures, with Man United vs Tottenham and the Merseyside Derby.

Boxing Day Fixtures

Aston Villa vs Norwich

Bournemouth vs Arsenal

Chelsea vs Southampton

Crystal Palace vs West Ham

Everton vs Burnley

Manchester United vs Newcastle

Sheffield United vs Watford

Tottenham vs Brighton

Leicester vs Liverpool (8pm)

So, cancel those Boxing Day drinks, draw the curtains, turn that phone off, get in your comfiest chair and enjoy the ‘Best League in the World’.

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