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Matt Glazier
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26 June 2022

How to Watch Premier League Games For Free

You heard correct. Premier league games can be watched live for free!

Nothing beats a midweek Premier League fixture list, with Game Week 14 being spread over three days and the action gets under way on Tuesday night when Newcastle United clash with Norwich City at 7:30pm.

All ten games are being shown on Amazon Prime, with this company having exclusive rights to show matches such as Everton v Liverpool, Manchester United v Arsenal and Aston Villa v Manchester City.

If you haven’t got Prime, the good news is that WhatAcca.com readers can land themselves a 30-day free trial.

How to Get a 30-Day Amazon Prime Free Trial

This is super simple and you just have to click on this link to sign up for the offer.

Naturally, you will need to register for Amazon Prime and agree to the terms and conditions. You will get thirty days of free Prime and that includes fast delivery should you order anything from the website.

If you want to continue with Amazon Prime beyond the thirty days, you have the option to make it a paid service. Otherwise, you can simply watch the Premier League action and then promptly cancel your subscription.

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    What Games Can I Watch With Amazon Prime?

    In short, all games on the 30th November, 1st December and 2nd December.

    And all games on Boxing Day and 27th December.

    Tuesday night sees a relegation six-pointer at St James’ Park where Newcastle United clash with Norwich City. You can also tune into the match at Elland Road where Leeds United go up against Crystal Palace, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side struggling for goals and wins at this point of the football season.

    Later in the week, there is the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool. It’s possible that this will be Rafael Benitez’s final game in charge of the Toffees, with the Spaniard currently favourite on the Premier League Sack Race betting market and the Reds are heavy favourites.

    There is also an intriguing clash at Old Trafford where Ralf Rangnick takes interim charge of Manchester United for the first time. The Red Devils go up against an Arsenal side who are also targeting fourth place this season and it will be interesting to see whether Mikel Arteta’s side can secure a positive result.

    How Many Matches Can I Watch With Amazon Prime?

    It’s possible to access all of the games through Amazon Prime and we simply recommend logging into your account when the matches are taking place. You will have the option of which game to watch and you can flick between games if they are taking place at the right time.

    You can either watch the Amazon Prime Premier League coverage through your desktop computer or alternatively access the matches through your mobile.

    It’s fantastic to be able to enjoy the latest games for free and there is high definition streaming so that you should get a perfect picture and quality audio commentary.

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      Matt Glazier

      Betting Expert
      Matthew Glazier is one of the biggest names in the sports betting industry, with this leading writer having twenty years experience which includes working for bet365, William Hill and betfair.

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