The Premier League games coming up this weekend have fans scrambling to find the best way to stream their fix.
Here are the planned upcoming games and streaming services to find feeds on (all times are shown in GMT).
Saturday 14 March 2020
- Watford vs Leicester – 12:30pm
- Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – 3pm
- Brighton vs Arsenal – 3pm
- Man City vs Burnley – 3pm
- Newcastle vs Sheffield Utd – 3pm
- Norwich vs Southampton – 3pm
- Aston Villa vs Chelsea – 5:30pm
Sunday 15 March 2020
- West Ham vs Wolves – 2pm
- Spurs vs Man Utd – 6:30pm
Sky Sports – Broadcasts are available in Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos to those who are subscribed to Sky Q. The Sky Sports subscription lets users watch on mobiles, desktop devices and tablets using the Sky Go service.
BT Sport – There is a BT Sport Ultimate channel which provides broadcasts in HDR. There is also an app where those streaming on mobile or desktop devices can benefit.
Amazon Prime Video – Non subscribers can benefit from a 30 day free trial of the service. The streaming service has purchased the rights to two lots of Premier League fixtures in a three year deal.
fuboTV – The streamer provides access to Premier League games, along with access to over 100 live TV channels, events in 4K, 30 hours of free cloud DVR and a seven day free trial.
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