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How To Watch Chelsea v Aston Villa 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 two such esteemed and exciting coaches in both dugouts, his is certain to be a fascinating clash of styles. We all know about the Blues' young stars, but this will also be an exibition of the vast amount of young talent Smith has assembled too. And with Big JT still lending a hand to the Villains, this is sure to be a classic.

When Is It?

Chelsea v Aston Villa is on Wednesday 4th December 2019. Kick-off is at 7.30pm.

Are There Pubs Showing Chelsea v Aston Villa?

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 an Amazon Prime subscription you will be able to watch all 20 Premier League fixtures being broadcast on the platform throughout December.

How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?

You can purchase a personal Prime subscription for £7.99 per month or £79 per year. All Premier League matches available on the platform are included in that price. You can also take advantage of a 30-day trial which you can cancel at any point before payment is taken at the end of the month.

Chelsea v Villa - Pub Ammo

Last Time Out?

After a three-year absence from the top-tier, Villa return to Stamford Bridge for the first time since 2015. Diego Costa put the champions ahead in the first half with a trademark poachers goal. The Blues then had Villains defender Alan Hutton to thank for the second goal, a freak own goal.

Talking Points?

  • Tammy Abraham will be hoping to inflict maximum pain on the side who he scored 26 goals for last season. Reared in Chelsea’s famous academy, there is no doubt where his loyalties lay. Don’t expect any poxy muted celebrations in this one!
  • So love is a losing game, eh? Well Frank Lampard and his opposite number Dean Smith ought to watch out. They’re both massive supporters of their respective clubs. Who said that romance was dead?!

Did You Know?

  • As a manager, Frank Lampard has lost more games against Aston Villa without a win than against any other club (P3, L3) – losing twice in the 2018/19 EFL Championship as well as in the play-off final.
  • Chelsea have won their previous four consecutive home matches against Villa.