BY Harry Corton

28 Oct

Watch Crystal Palace v Bournemouth Live on Amazon Prime

This December, football fans have a new way to watch the Premier League as 20 matches are broadcast live exclusively on Amazon Prime.

With some of the traditional Premier League big boys having a rough time of it lately, this fixture has been boosted to prominence with both sides well in the fight for a top half finish this season.

When is it?

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth kicks off at 19:30 on Tuesday 3rd December, 2019. Click below to see pubs showing it near you.

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You can see a full list of UK and Ireland pubs showing Amazon Prime by clicking here.

Can I Watch It At Home?

If you have purchased a Prime subscription you’ll be able to stream every single game that’s being shown on Amazon this winter, no matter where you are.

You can watch the games on any device connected to the internet including a smart TV, games console, tablet, Chromecast or on your smartphone.

How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?

A personal Prime subscription costs £7.99 per month or £79 per year and all Premier League football is included in that. Free 30-day trials are available whereby you can cancel at any point before payment is taken at the end of the month.

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What Happened Last Year?

With both teams having reached safety by Gameweek 38 last term, the epic eight-goal thriller on the last day of the campaign was largely a dead rubber despite the eye-bulging 5-3 score-line.

Did You Know?

  • That 5-3 classic last season was Roy ‘The Godfather’ Hodgson’s 100th Premier League win as a manager, becoming the oldest man to reach that milestone at 71 years and 276 days.

  • Crystal Palace have lost three consecutive home league games against Man City, Leicester and Liverpool. They were previously unbeatean in six at Selhurst Park.

  • Roy Hodgson has never lost four cosecutive home fixtures during his career.

  • This fixture will be the sixth meeting between the youngest and oldest managers in the league. Dear Uncle Roy has won two, two have been drawn and bright young thing Eddie Howe has one victory.

  • This number of English Premier League managers this season is the highest it has been for a full decade.