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Amazon Delivers the Premier League
Find which of your local venues will be showing 20 additional Premier League games throughout November and December.
BT Sport has partnered with Amazon to bring 20 extra Premier League games to pubs and bars in November and December.
To show these fixtures, pubs must purchase an Amazon Premier League Pass, which is only available via BT Sport.
And to help you find the venues near you that will be showing the action you can take a look at our Pub Finder.
Simply type in your postcode, click on the Amazon tag and you’ll soon know exactly where the matches will be on.
And there’s plenty on offer to make a trip to the local more than worthwhile.
Here’s what’s on the menu:
Tuesday 30 November
Newcastle vs Norwich, 7.30pm
Leeds vs Crystal Palace, 8.15pm
November draws to a close with a great night of football, new recruits Eddie Howe and Dean Smith will be taking charge of the Magpies and Canaries. Meanwhile, Leeds will look to kickstart their season when the Eagles head north to Elland Road.
Wednesday 1 December
Watford vs Chelsea, 7.30pm
West Ham vs Brighton, 7.30pm
Wolves vs Burnley, 7.30pm
Southampton vs Leicester, 7.30pm
Aston Villa vs Man City, 8.15pm
Everton vs Liverpool, 8.15pm
For the first time, Rafa Benitez will be in the Everton dugout for a Merseyside derby, in an always unmissable match. And for fans of all clubs, there are another five fixtures to pick from, including champions Man City heading to Villa Park, Watford hosting Chelsea and a fixture between Southampton and Leicester that produced the biggest ever away win in the Premier League a couple of years ago, when the Foxes put nine unanswered goals past the Saints.
Thursday 2 December
Spurs vs Brentford, 7.30pm
Man Utd vs Arsenal, 8.15pm
On Thursday evening, we have one of the classic Premier League encounters in the form of Man Utd versus Arsenal. Ronaldo has already played in some epic versions of this fixture and he’ll be looking to deny the Gunners anything at Old Trafford. It also has a London derby with current Brentford facing Spurs.
Tuesday 28 December
Arsenal vs Wolves, 12.30pm
Southampton vs Spurs, 3pm
Crystal Palace vs Norwich, 3pm
Watford vs West Ham, 3pm
Leeds vs Aston Villa, 5.30pm
Leicester vs Liverpool, 8pm
You can plot your route through the day with our Tuesday line-up. Start at lunchtime with Arsenal against Wolves, take your pick at 3pm, have an evening look at Leeds versus Villa, before heading to Leicester for their meeting with Liverpool. Then home.
Wednesday 29 December
Chelsea vs Brighton, 7.30pm
Brentford vs Man City, 8.15pm
Two of the title rivals will be looking to end the year in style on December 29.
Thursday 30 December
Everton vs Newcastle, 7.30pm
Man Utd vs Burnley, 8.15pm
Need a reason to get out the night before New Year’s Eve? Can we tempt you with the above?
Kick off times subject to change