How to watch Premier League football on Amazon Prime Video with BT TV: What are the matches and fixtures? Who are the pundits?

Prime Video will be showing 20 Premier League games live and exclusive in November and December. Find out which games are live and how you can watch them with BT TV.

By Rhys Lewis Published: 26 November 2021 - 9.50pm
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This November and December, Amazon Prime Video is showing 20 Premier League matches including high-profile games such as Manchester United vs Arsenal, Rafael Benitez’s first Merseyside derby as Everton manager and Jack Grealish’s return to Villa Park when Manchester City take on Aston Villa. 

You can watch all these games, as well as more live sport, sports documentaries and award-winning drama and entertainment, on Prime Video via BT TV.

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Which Premier League games are exclusively live on Prime Video?

Prime Video are showing all 10 matches in both Gameweek 14 (November 30-December 2) and Gameweek 20 (December 28-30) live and exclusive. The fixtures and kick-off times are as follows:

Tuesday November 30

Newcastle v Norwich - 7.30pm

Leeds v Crystal Palace - 8.15pm

Wednesday 1 December

Southampton v Leicester - 7.30pm

Watford v Chelsea - 7.30pm

West Ham v Brighton - 7.30pm

Wolves v Burnley - 7.30pm

Aston Villa v Man City - 8.15pm

Everton v Liverpool - 8.15pm

Thursday 2 December

Tottenham v Brentford - 7.30pm

Man Utd v Arsenal - 8.15pm

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Tuesday 28 December

Arsenal v Wolves - 12.30pm

Southampton v Tottenham - 3pm

Crystal Palace v Norwich - 3pm

Watford v West Ham - 3pm

Leeds v Aston Villa - 5.30pm

Leicester v Liverpool - 8pm

Wednesday 29 December

Chelsea v Brighton - 7.30pm

Brentford v Man City - 8.15pm

Thursday 30 December

Everton v Newcastle - 7.30pm

Man Utd v Burnley - 8.15pm

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Who are the presenters, commentators and pundits for Prime Video's Premier League coverage?

Prime Video’s familiar line-up of expert presenters, pundits and commentators including Simon Thomas, Thierry Henry, Paul Scholes and Ally McCoist all return to screens for this year’s coverage, alongside stand-out addition to the team, Patrice Evra.

Speaking about Manchester United vs Arsenal, Thierry Henry said: “Manchester United vs Arsenal is always a huge game, and they are probably better than us at the moment. They have a man who can turn problems into solutions in Ronaldo, so we can only hope.”

Patrice Evra added: “It’s never easy when you’re playing against Arsenal, I feel like they are one of the teams who enjoy their football when they come to Old Trafford, and I don’t really know why.”

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How to watch Amazon Prime Video on BT TV

Amazon Prime Video is the home of award-winning drama and entertainment, including Clarkson's Farm and The Grand Tour,  mystery drama Nine Perfect Strangers and award-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs Maisel.

You can now pay for BT TV and Prime Video on the same bill – making things much simpler.

New to Prime Video? You now can add it to your BT TV package online, via contact centres and in BT stores.

Activate your Prime Video account by following the instructions on your BT Order Confirmation email. Current BT customers adding Prime Video can also do it by using your My BT account.

New BT TV customers don't need to wait for an engineer to install your TV and broadband to start watching Prime Video. You can watch all their incredible sport and entertainment on the Prime Video app straight away on any compatible smartphone, tablet, PC or smart TV.

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What other sport can you watch on Amazon Prime Video?

Premier League football joins a growing line-up of live sports on Prime Video in the UK, including ATP and WTA Tour tennis and Autumn Nations Cup Rugby.

This is in addition to a selection of Amazon Original All or Nothing sports docuseries, including All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, and All or Nothing seasons with American Football teams Carolina Panthers, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, Dallas Cowboys and Michigan Wolverines currently available to stream on Prime Video worldwide.

In the UK, Prime Video also offers all sports fans premium docuseries such as Everybody’s Game, Steelers, Take Us Home: Leeds United, Inside Borussia Dortmund, When Eagles Dare, Six Dreams, Steven Gerrard’s Make Us Dream and more.

On BT TV you can now get BT Sport, NOW TV Sky Sports Pass and Amazon Prime Video and you won’t miss a second the live Premier League action.

Find out more about how you can watch it all on BT TV >

Finding Prime Video on your BT TV box

Press the YouView button your remote, scroll across to ‘Apps', press the Amazon Prime Video logo and just sign in to start enjoying popular movies, TV series, award winning Amazon Originals and live sports.

Your biggest decision now? How to choose from the hundreds of films and TV shows on Amazon Prime Video.

Find out what’s hot in our monthly guide to 'What’s new on Amazon Prime Video'.

You can use the universal Search feature on your BT TV box to search for film and TV on all of your TV channels and apps, including Freeview, BT TV, and Amazon Prime Video.

As soon as you start watching, Amazon will start to make recommendations based on what you watch and the ratings you choose to give to films and shows.

You can add your favourite shows to My List and you can also use Amazon’s own Search feature.

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