matches are taking place in midweek over the next three days, with all nine fixtures live and exclusive on .
Fans expecting to watch the matches on and will instead have to switch over to the American giant’s streaming service.
This is the first round of fixtures this season to be shown live on Amazon in the UK.
Amazon first acquired the rights to show 20 Premier League matches a season back in 2018, with their coverage of games first hitting our screens in 2019.
Here is how you can watch Premier League matches live on Amazon Prime Video this week, including for free.
How to watch Premier League fixtures on Amazon Prime Video
In order to watch the Premier League games this week, viewers will need to hold a subscription to Amazon Prime.
Customers in the UK can purchase Amazon Prime Video for £5.99 a month.
In addition, is available for £8.99 a month or £95 for the whole year, with both packages also including Amazon Prime Video.
Alternatively, Premier League fans can sign up for .
This will mean that viewers can watch Premier League matches on Amazon Prime Video for free during the 30 day trial period.
Amazon Prime Video is available to watch on Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs, game consoles, mobiles, selected laptops and other compatible streaming devices.
What are the Premier League fixtures this week?
The standout midweek Premier League game is , which will take place on Wednesday evening.
West Ham’s trip to Anfield to take on should also draw in large numbers when it gets underway on the same day.
vs Manchester City, which was due to be held on Wednesday, has been postponed with the Gunners instead in Europa League action on Thursday.
Premier League midweek fixtures
Tuesday, October 18
- Brighton vs Nottingham Forest (7.30pm)
- Crystal Palace vs Wolves (8.15pm)
Wednesday, October 19
- Bournemouth vs Southampton (7.30pm)
- Brentford vs Chelsea (7.30pm)
- Liverpool vs West Ham (7.30pm)
- Newcastle vs Everton (7.30pm)
- Manchester United vs Tottenham (8.15pm)
Thursday, October 20
- Fulham vs Aston Villa (7.30pm)
- Leicester vs Leeds (8.15pm)
What other Premier League games are on Amazon Prime Video this season?
As well as this week’s matches, Amazon Prime Video will also show all ten fixtures taking place on Boxing Day and December 27.
Arsenal vs West Ham and Aston Villa vs Liverpool are the pick of the traditional post-Christmas programme of games.
This will be the to take place following the end of the on December 18.
Next Premier League manager to leave
Steven Gerrard: 1/9
Ralph Hasenhuttl: 8/1
Brendan Rodgers: 10/1
Steve Cooper: 16/1
Jesse Marsch: 20/1
David Moyes, Jurgen Klopp, Patrick Vieira, Frank Lampard: 40/1
(Odds courtesy of )
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