Last night was the first time that football fans could watch Premier League matches on streaming service Amazon Prime, and it seemed to go down a hit.
There are 10 games being played this week, all either kicking off at 7:30pm or 8:15pm, with another batch announced for the Boxing Day round of games on the 26th and 27th of December.
What really pleased viewers was the new features, where they could have access to the match stats, highlights and line-ups on the right-hand side of the screen while the match is ongoing on the left side.
Stats, highlights, line ups, stadium audio.
— ? (@ShameIessFC) December 3, 2019
Not only that, but the one the went down a hit was the choice of listening to either the commentary… OR users could watch the match in HDR/4K with just the stadium atmosphere.
On Amazon Prime you can choose to listen to the commentary or the stadium atmosphere pic.twitter.com/wjyhRirmql
— Peter (@petergw97) December 3, 2019
The first Premier League matches that Amazon Prime showed yesterday was Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth and Burnley vs Manchester City.
Six games will be streamed on Wednesday while two matches are scheduled for Thursday.
Find out the full list and the times…
Tuesday 3rd December
Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth: 7:30pm
Burnley vs Manchester City: 8:15pm
Wednesday 4th December
Chelsea vs Aston Villa: 7:30pm
Leicester City vs Watford: 7:30pm
Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur: 7:30pm
Southampton vs Norwich City: 7:30pm
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs West Ham United: 7:30pm
Liverpool vs Everton: 8:15pm
Thursday 5th December
Sheffield United vs Newcastle United: 7:30pm
Arsenal vs Brighton and Hove Albion: 8:15pm
Take a look at how what fans have to say about their experience of watching Premier League matches on Amazon Prime on the next page.