Amazon Prime Video’s live Premier League coverage continues on the day after Christmas with a historic 3pm encounter at Goodison Park, Everton vs Burnley.
The momentous affair will see new Toffees gaffer Carlo Ancelotti take to the dugout for the first time with the Merseyside club and the first time in English football since leaving Chelsea in 2011.
He has a hell of a job to do with the Royal Blues starting with the visit of the Clarets, who are five places and five points better off than them, sitting tenth in the table.
But the Merseysiders will have fond memories of a year ago on Boxing Day 2018 when they trounced this very opposition 5-1 at Turf Moor, though it must be noted that Sean Dyche’s men emerged narrow victors in the last meeting in October.
Ancelotti’s first task is simple, get the Merseysiders away from the relegation zone and three points first up would be very helpful for that cause, but only a fool would rule out the visiting men from Lancashire.
How to watch the match
You, yes you, can watch all the action from Goodison Park for free!
All you have to do, providing you don’t already have Amazon Prime Video in which case you don’t need to do anything, is take out a 30-day free trial on the digital streaming service – you can cancel it at any time and it will only set you back £7.99 per month or £79 annually (including free UK next day delivery from Amazon) after that.
Next, ensure you have the ability to access Prime on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, computer or through Smart TV, Fire TV, games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast or TalkTalkTV.
Then you’re free to enjoy the Toffees against the Clarets and up to two more games at the same time on different devices, or opt to see all the Premier League goals as they go in on Goals Centre.
You can also revel in coverage hosted by top-class names in the world of punditry and commentary or sample the revolutionary stadium atmosphere mode and of course, it’s all in 4K Ultra HD!
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