Amazon Prime's first foray into screening Premier League matches starts this week.
All 10 midweek matches will be shown as the streaming giant muscles in on the UK football market.
Here, the PA news agency looks at a new way to watch live top-flight English football.
How many matches will be shown?
Amazon will broadcast 20 matches between December 3 and 5 and December 26 and 27. Five matches will be shown simultaneously on December 4, with customers able to watch whichever game they want.
How does it work?
Amazon Prime members can watch live Premier League football on hundreds of devices using the Prime Video app. Customers can watch online, on mobile devices, tablets, through games consoles, smart TVs and through systems like BT TV. New customers can join for £7.99 a month or £79 for the year, while non members can start a 30-day free trial.
Who is hosting?
Every match will have its own dedicated pundits and hosts. Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour and Jim Rosenthal will lead the presenting roster, with Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, Peter Crouch, Roberto Martinez, Lee Dixon, Harry Redknapp, Jermaine Jenas, Alex Scott, Peter Schmeichel and Michael Owen among the pundits.
Who will commentate?
Amazon have assembled a host of top commentators to call the matches, with Clive Tyldesley, Jon Champion and Conor McNamara leading the line-up.
Amazon's first set of fixtures
Tuesday, December 3:
- Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth (1930 KO)
- Burnley v Manchester City (2015 KO)
Wednesday, December 4:
- Chelsea v Aston Villa (1930 KO)
- Leicester City v Watford (1930 KO)
- Manchester United v Tottenham (1930 KO)
- Southampton v Norwich City (1930 KO)
- Wolves v West Ham (1930 KO)
- Liverpool v Everton (2015 KO)
Thursday, December 5
- Sheffield United v Arsenal (1930 KO)
- Arsenal v Brighton (2015 KO)
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