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Amazon Prime Video signs up Jeff Stelling and Dan Walker

Big-name broadcasters to host Premier League coverage on the streaming giant this December

Prime Video Premier League coverage this December is going to be better than ever, as the streamer brings on board renowned sports presenters, Jeff Stelling and Dan Walker.

The streaming platform plans to once again broadcast 20 matches throughout the festive season.

Stelling will be reprising a role similar to his former position at Sky Sports before he left last year and was replaced by Simon Thomas.

He will host the "Every Game Every Goal" show, which offers fans an opportunity to witness all goals and key moments from every game as they happen. It will likely be very similar in format and tone to Sky Sports Soccer Saturday, which he hosted for decades, before leaving Sky at the end of last season.

Stelling's first appearance is slated for 6th December, and he will cover big games featuring the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea.

The show will be broadcast from a new studio this year - the Prime Video Pavilion. Joining Stelling in presenting duties are Dion Dublin, Tim Sherwood, Siobhan Chamberlain and Nedum Onuoha, among others.

Meanwhile, Dan Walker will present several live matches in December, alongside the likes of Gabby Logan, Ally McCoist, Jon Champion among others.

Analysis across Prime Video’s coverage promises insightful commentary from Premier League Hall of Famers like Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer, alongside football legends like Patrice Evra, Michael Owen, Eni Aluko, Roberto Martinez, Jermain Defoe and Stuart Pearce.

Premier League matches on Amazon Prime Video this December

There are some huge clashes to look forward to in the English top flight on Prime Video this winter.

Top four challengers Aston Villa host reigning Premier League champions Manchester City. Manchester United face off against fellow heavyweights in Chelsea. Spurs welcome West Ham to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for a London Derby.

It should be quite the raft of fixtures on the streaming service.

Here's a full breakdown:

  • Tues 5th Dec: Wolves vs. Burnley | Luton Town vs. Arsenal
  • Wed 6th Dec: Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Brentford | Crystal Palace vs. Bournemouth | Fulham vs. Nottingham Forest | Sheffield United vs. Liverpool | Aston Villa vs. Manchester City | Manchester United vs. Chelsea
  • Thurs 7th Dec: Everton vs. Newcastle United | Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Ham United
  • Tues 26th Dec: Newcastle United vs. Nottingham Forest | Bournemouth vs. Fulham | Sheffield United vs. Luton Town | Burnley vs. Liverpool | Manchester United vs. Aston Villa
  • Wed 27th Dec: Brentford vs. Wolves | Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace | Everton vs. Manchester City
  • Thurs 28th Dec: Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Tottenham Hotspur | Arsenal vs. West Ham United

Prime Video introducing new features to its Premier League coverage

Several new features have been announced for this year's streams including some games being produced in HDR (High Dynamic Range), providing viewers with superior picture quality.

Additionally, an in-game match selector has been introduced allowing viewers to switch between fixtures without leaving the stream.

These new technological innovations will make the Premier League coverage on Amazon Prime Video more immersive than ever for football fans.

With this enhanced coverage and new additions to the presenting team, Prime Video is set to provide an engaging viewing experience for all football fans this festive season.

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