However, new subscribers will be able to watch all the matches for free due to the company’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.
Here is everything you need to know about the Amazon Prime fixtures. We may earn commission from some of the links in this article, but we never allow this to influence our content. This revenue helps to fund journalism across The Independent
Click here to sign up for your free 30 day trial.
What fixtures have been shown?
Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth
Burnley 1-4 Manchester City
Chelsea 2-1 Aston Villa
Leicester 2-0 Watford
Manchester United 2-1 Tottenham
Southampton 2-1 Norwich
Wolves 2-0 West Ham
Liverpool 5-2 Everton
Sheffield United 0-2 Newcastle
Arsenal 1-2 Brighton
What fixtures are being shown?
Tottenham vs Brighton
Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Aston Villa vs Norwich
Chelsea vs Southampton
Crystal Palace vs West Ham
Everton vs Burnley
Sheffield United vs Watford
Manchester United vs Newcastle
Leicester vs Liverpool
Wolves vs Manchester City
Which pundits have Amazon Prime signed?
You're likely to recognise most of the faces that will be appearing on Amazon Prime's coverage.
Amazon have signed more than 70 household names to work as commentators, pundits and analysts.
Their list includes household names such as Alan Shearer, Alex Scott, Chris Waddle, Dion Dublin, Eni Aluko, Gabby Logan, Glenn Hoddle, Harry Redknapp, Michael Owen, Peter Crouch and Robbie Savage.
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.
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