The Premier League is heading into its busiest time of the season with the hectic festive fixture list about to get underway.

The festive season is once again throwing a bit of a curveball to UK footy fans once again as Amazon will broadcast 20 games throughout December. As well as being the home of games from December 5-7, Prime Video will also be hosting the season's most anticipated round of fixtures on Boxing Day, December 27 and 28.

Beginning on December 5, Amazon Prime Video will be showing two games, Wolves vs Burnley and Luton vs Arsenal before Wednesday, December 6 hosts six games including Manchester United vs Chelsea and Aston Villa vs Manchester City. December 7 will finish off this round of Amazon broadcast fixtures with two big ties in the form of Everton vs Newcastle and Tottenham vs West Ham United.

As part of Amazon's coverage, each match will have full analysis from pundits, an alternative audio option available so fans can listen to the stadium atmosphere instead of commentary. There will also be full match replays and highlights will also be available early the next morning the day after the match and will be available for a period of seven days.

Signing up to multiple streaming services to watch your team in action throughout the season can be a financial stretch but there is a way to watch the 20 games on Amazon for free. So, let's take a look at when the games are and just how you can catch all the action.

When are the Premier League games on Prime Video?

Tuesday, December 5

19:30 - Wolves v Burnley

20:15- Luton Town v Arsenal

Wednesday, December 6

19:30- Brighton & Hove Albion v Brentford

19:30- Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth

19:30- Fulham v Nottingham Forest

19:30- Sheffield United v Liverpool

20:15- Aston Villa v Manchester City

20:15- Manchester United v Chelsea

Thursday, December 7

19:30- Everton v Newcastle United

20:15- Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United

How can you watch the games?

You can watch every game on Amazon Prime Video and non-Prime members can start a 30-day free trial of Prime, which is then £8.99 month or £95 year. You can also just get a Prime Video subscription for £5.99 a month and you can cancel either at any time.

Prime comes with a whole host of impressive perks, including free next-day deliveries, access to exclusive deals and being able to use streaming platform, Prime Video. You can also watch Discovery+ on Amazon Prime Video which means you can get access to TNT Sports and watch the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League and much more.

Find out more and sign up to Prime Video here.