Ah, Boxing Day football, we may be the only ones to do it but you just can’t beat it, can you? And this year the festive football feast concludes with a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash at the King Power Stadium.
Many predicted that Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool would once again battle for the Premier League title, however, few would have guessed that it would have been Leicester City and not Manchester City their nearest rivals for it at this point.
Despite losing out to the Citizens at the Etihad most recently, the Foxes remain second and 10 adrift of the Reds and will be keen to bounce back in what is sure to be an electric home atmosphere.
Three points for the hosts would cut the gap at the top but the visitors will know that if they can win, they’ll be very hard to beat from here on in.
How to watch the match
Free English top-flight football is finally back for those in the UK and that’s thanks to Amazon Prime Video’s historic broadcasting deal with the Premier League, which came into effect this campaign.
They will be showing all the Premier League matches this Boxing Day and the day after live and the likes of Alan Shearer, Clive Tyldesley, Eni Aluko, Alex Scott and many more famous faces are all involved.
All the things that made Prime’s first-ever slice of live football so popular in early December will feature once more, including stadium atmosphere mode, 4K Ultra HD resolution, the ability to watch three encounters at once on separate devices (internet access devices, Smart TV, Fire TV, games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast and TalkTalkTV) and the Steve Bowers-hosted Goals Centre.
This festive footie feast, featuring the King Power Stadium meeting and all the others on 26 and 27 of December, is viewable through a month’s free Prime trial.
You can cancel at any time during the trial period and should you choose not to, Prime, with Prime Video and free UK next day delivery on the company’s famous website, only costs £7.99 on a monthly basis or £79 annually.
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