Amazon Prime’s first day live streaming the Premier League largely went down as a success.
With Burnley vs Man City and Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth available simultaneously, fans are being offered a new experience.
Tonight sees six games on at the same time, headlined by Manchester United vs Tottenham.
While the Merseyside derby will also provide compelling viewing.
Here is the full team for Prime Video’s debut season.
Amazon Prime Video’s commentators and pundits
Adam Hunt, Adam Summerton, Alan Shearer, Alan Pardew, Alex Scott, Ally McCoist, Andy Townsend
Caroline Barker, Catherine Whitaker, Charlotte Bates, Chris Ford, Chris Waddle, Clinton Morrison, Clive Tyldesley, Conor McNamara, Craig Burley
Danny Higginbotham, Danny Jamieson, Darrell Currie, Dennis Wise, Derek Rae, Dermot Gallagher, Dimitar Berbatov, Dion Dublin
Eilidh Barbour, Eni Aluko
Gabby Logan, Gabriel Clarke, Gary Cahill, Glenn Hoddle, Graeme Le Saux, Grant Holt, Guy Mowbray
Jermaine Jenas, Jim Rosenthal, Jim Beglin, John Barnes, Joe Cole, John Hartson, Jon Champion
Karen Carney, Karthi Gnanasegaram, Kelly Somers, Kevin Kilbane
Lee Dixon, Les Ferdinand, Lynsey Hooper
Marcus Buckland, Mark Saggers, Matt Holland, Matt Smith, Matt Upson, Michael Brown, Michael Owen
Natalie Quirke, Nigel De Jong
Peter Crouch, Peter Drury, Peter Schmeichel
Rachel Stringer, Richard Dunne, Robbie Savage, Roberto Martinez
Seema Jaswal, Steve Bower, Steve McManaman, Steve Wilson, Sue Smith
Thierry Henry, Tim Sherwood
To watch any of Amazon's fixtures for free, sign up for a 30-day Amazon Prime trial by clicking here, which can be cancelled any time.
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