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All the games being delivered with your Amazon Premier League Pass

Check out the midweek action coming to your venue this winter

BT Sport and Amazon have teamed-up to give you the chance to screen an additional 20 Premier League games – and what a line-up we have!

Each top flight team will feature twice in November and December, with two full rounds of fixtures available exclusively to commercial venues that buy an Amazon Premier League Pass.

The Pass  is only available through BT Sport, and what’s more, we are giving existing BT Sport customers a 20% discount off their pass.

Here’s what you get with your Amazon Premier League Pass.

 

 

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, which sees a potential relegation scrap between the now richest club in the world, Newcastle, up against Norwich. 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, and with both sides of Liverpool in strong form it’s one not to be missed. 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 out-performers 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

 

Wednesday 29 December

 

Chelsea vs Brighton, 7.30pm

Brentford vs Man City, 8.15pm

 

Thursday 30 December

 

Everton vs Newcastle, 7.30pm

Man Utd vs Burnley, 8.15pm

 

Kick off times subject to change

 

With 10 games to pick from, pubs and bars can give their customers plenty of reasons to visit them in that potentially quieter period between Christmas and New Year.

And after Christmas was cancelled for hospitality 12 months ago, football fans should be eager to enjoy such an exciting array of live sport with you.

All 20 Premier League teams will feature in this round, with key action at both ends of the table.

Title chasing Liverpool head to Leicester in a thrilling looking encounter, while this season’s surprise package, Brentford, welcome champions Manchester City to the Community Stadium.

Another top end of the table match-up sees Chelsea host Brighton, while Burnley head to Old Trafford in a North-West clash.
 

  • For further information on getting hold of your Amazon Premier League Pass and point of sale assets to help you promote the fixtures visit https://btsportbusiness.com/amazonpass or call 0800 678 1062.

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