How To Watch Leicester v Watford On Amazon Prime

This December, football fans will have a new way to watch the Premier League as 20 of the games are shown live on Amazon Prime.

With the high-flying Foxes well in the fight for a top four finish, this (on paper at least) is a higely winnable game. That said, it's always an impossible one to call and there is a propensity to offer absolute fireworks. The 2013 Play-off Semi-Final 2nd leg is a case in point.

When Is It?

The Foxes host the Hornets on Wednesday 4th December, kick off 19:30.

Are Any Pubs Showing Leicester v Watford?

Yep, there certainly are. Click here to see a full list of UK and Ireland pubs showing Amazon Prime.

Can I Watch It At Home?

If you purchase a subscription to Amazon Prime, you can stream every game shown live on the platform this December, no matter where you are.

Subscribing to Amazon Prime will allow you to stream matches live on most devices connected to the internet such as a smart T.V, games console, tablet, smartphone or Chromecast.

How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?

For a personal Prime subscription, you should expect to pay £7.99 per month. Alternatively, you can pay £79 for 1 year in a single upfront payment. All Premier League matches available on the platform are included in that price. Or you could take advantage of a 30-day trial which you can cancel at any point before payment is taken at the end of the month.

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What Happened Last Year?

Most notably James Maddison scored an absolute worldie (see below) in the 2-0 win for Leicester this time last year to cement his name in the hearts and minds of Fantasy Football players across the country.

Did You Know?

  • Watford have lost all five of their Premier League outings away at Leicester, scoring just one goal (Troy Deeney penalty in 2015).
  • In the reverse fixture last season, Brendan Rogers became the first Leicester manager to lose their first league match since Dave Bassett in 2001.
  • In his short 27-game stint as Hornets manager, Rogers enjoyed 41% win ratio - better than recently sacked Quique Sanchez Flores managed in either of his two spells in charge (32% and 11% respectively).