The Premier League have announced the complete set of television fixtures for December and January, including the Christmas and New Year period.
That includes Amazon's first foray into televised Premier League action, with the streaming service set to show midweek fixtures and all 10 of the traditional Boxing Day encounters.
The Premier League have confirmed that there will be four separate kickoff times on Boxing Day - at 12:30, 3pm, 5:30pm and 8pm.
Before then Amazon Prime will enter the fray on December 3rd for the first time - with 7:30pm and 8:15pm kickoff times.
Their first game will be Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth, with Burnley vs Man City the same night - the latter fixture kicking off 45 minutes after the clash at Selhurst Park.
The following evening, Amazon will show six matches, with five of those, including Man Utd v Spurs, kicking off at 7:30pm.
However, the Merseyside derby at Anfield will be an 8:15pm kickoff.
On Thursday December 5, they will show Sheffield United vs Newcastle at 7:30pm and Arsenal vs Brighton at 8.15pm.
The Gunners have had eight games moved and will play on six different days of the week during the two month period.
On Boxing Day there will be four separate kickoff times as Amazon show nine matches, starting with Brighton's trip to Tottenham.
The day ends with Liverpool taking on Leicester at the King Power Stadium in an 8pm kickoff.
Wolves clash with champions Manchester City at Molineux has been moved to a 7:45pm kickoff on December 27th.
And Nuno Espirito Santo will have right to feel aggrieved, with his side back in action just 40 hours later, when they visit Jurgen Klopp's Reds at Anfield, after that game was selected for Sky Sports coverage.
A host of fixtures in January have also been moved, with BT Sport showing all nine New Year's Day matches - again across four kickoff times.
That feast of action culminates with Arsenal vs Manchester United at The Emirates in an 8pm kickoff.
The fixture announcement for December and January came on Thursday, six days later than scheduled.
The process of organising the fixture list has been a convoluted one, with Amazon in the mix alongside BT Sport and Sky Sports for the first time.
The Premier League have had to balance the needs and wants of all three, as well as its 20 teams.
Football supporters' groups had grown frustrated with delays over the announcement of the fixtures, and on Wednesday a number urged broadcasters and the Premier League to give fans greater warning.
After the announcement Liverpool fans' group Spirit of Shankly said on its official website: "Liverpool's Boxing Day match away to Leicester City has been earmarked for TV with a kickoff time of 8pm.
"There is no national train service running on this day and local public transport is likely to be severely reduced - if operating at all by the time of the game finishing. Both sets of supporters will encounter difficulty getting to and from the stadium.
"A consequence of such a disdainful, zero-consideration change means LFC's following fixture, at home to Wolves, is also to be moved to Sunday 29 December, again with inconvenience and negative implications for fans and workers.
"The Premier League and TV companies repeatedly ignore the welfare of supporters. But they do have a chance to redeem themselves. Spirit of Shankly call on the authorities to do the right thing and revert all Boxing Day fixtures to a sensible kick-off time. We suggest 3pm."
Liverpool have already pre-empted fans' annoyance by offering free coach travel although the club are charging a £5 reservation fee, with proceeds going to a local charity.
The Football Supporters' Association has indicated it will continue to raise the issue of short-notice fixture changes at its next supporter engagement meeting with the Premier League.
Tuesday 3 December 2019
19:30 Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth (Amazon Prime Sport)20:15 Burnley v Man City (Amazon Prime Sport)
Wednesday 4 December 2019
19:30 Chelsea v Aston Villa (Amazon Prime Sport)19:30 Leicester v Watford (Amazon Prime Sport)19:30 Man Utd v Spurs (Amazon Prime Sport)19:30 Southampton v Norwich (Amazon Prime Sport)19:30 Wolves v West Ham (Amazon Prime Sport)20:15 Liverpool v Everton (Amazon Prime Sport)
Thursday 5 December 2019
19:30 Sheff Utd v Newcastle (Amazon Prime Sport)20:15 Arsenal v Brighton (Amazon Prime Sport)
Saturday 7 December 2019
12:30 Everton v Chelsea (BT Sport)17:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
Sunday 8 December 2019
14:00 Aston Villa v Leicester (Sky Sports)14:00 Newcastle v Southampton14:00 Norwich v Sheff Utd16:30 Brighton v Wolves (Sky Sports)
Monday 9 December 2019
20:00 West Ham v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Saturday 14 December 2019
12:30 Liverpool v Watford (BT Sport)17:30 Southampton v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Sunday 15 December 2019
14:00 Man Utd v Everton (Sky Sports)14:00 Wolves v Spurs16:30 Arsenal v Man City (Sky Sports)
Monday 16 December 2019
20:00 Crystal Palace v Brighton (Sky Sports)
Saturday 21 December 2019
12:30 Everton v Arsenal (BT Sport)17:30 Man City v Leicester (Sky Sports)
Sunday 22 December 2019
14:00 Watford v Man Utd (Sky Sports)16:30 Spurs v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Thursday 26 December 2019 - Boxing Day
12:30 Spurs v Brighton (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 Aston Villa v Norwich (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 Chelsea v Southampton (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 Crystal Palace v West Ham (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 Everton v Burnley (Amazon Prime Sport)15:00 Sheff Utd v Watford (Amazon Prime Sport)17:30 Man Utd v Newcastle (Amazon Prime Sport)20:00 Leicester v Liverpool (Amazon Prime Sport)
Friday 27 December 2019
19:45 Wolves v Man City (Amazon Prime Sport)
Saturday 28 December 2019
12:30 Brighton v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports)17:30 Norwich v Spurs (Sky Sports)17:30 West Ham v Leicester19:45 Burnley v Man Utd (BT Sport)
Sunday 29 December 2019
14:00 Arsenal v Chelsea (Sky Sports)16:30 Liverpool v Wolves (Sky Sports)18:00 Man City v Sheff Utd
Wednesday 1 January 2020
12:30 Brighton v Chelsea (BT Sport)12:30 Burnley v Aston Villa (BT Sport)15:00 Newcastle v Leicester (BT Sport)15:00 Southampton v Spurs (BT Sport)15:00 Watford v Wolves (BT Sport)17:30 Man City v Everton (BT Sport)17:30 Norwich v Crystal Palace (BT Sport)17:30 West Ham v AFC Bournemouth (BT Sport)20:00 Arsenal v Man Utd (BT Sport)
Thursday 2 January 2020
20:00 Liverpool v Sheff Utd (BT Sport)
Friday 10 January 2020
20:00 Sheff Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Saturday 11 January 2020
12:30 Crystal Palace v Arsenal (BT Sport)17:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Sunday 12 January 2020
14:00 AFC Bournemouth v Watford (Sky Sports)16:30 Aston Villa v Man City (Sky Sports)
Saturday 18 January 2020
12:30 Watford v Spurs (BT Sport)17:30 Newcastle v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Sunday 19 January 2020
14:00 Burnley v Leicester (Sky Sports)16:30 Liverpool v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
Tuesday 21 January 2020
19:30 AFC Bournemouth v Brighton19:30 Aston Villa v Watford19:30 Crystal Palace v Southampton19:30 Everton v Newcastle19:30 Sheff Utd v Man City (BT Sport)20:15 Chelsea v Arsenal (BT Sport)
Wednesday 22 January 2020
19:30 Leicester v West Ham (BT Sport)19:30 Spurs v Norwich20:15 Man Utd v Burnley (BT Sport)
Thursday 23 January 2020
20:00 Wolves v Liverpool
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