An Arsenal side in disarray travel to the south coast in search of some festive cheer in one of six Premier League 3pm kick-offs this Boxing Day.
Few people would have predicted at the start of the season that this encounter would be a mid-table clash, but that’s the way it’s transpired in 2019/2020 thus far.
The Cherries would have hoped to be a little further away from the drop zone at this stage, whilst the Gunners are way off where they should be in the wake of Unai Emery’s sacking.
The last time these two sides met came back at the beginning of October when the North Londoners limped to a one-goal triumph thanks to David Luiz’ early goal.
As part of their deal to show 20 live Premier League matches per season to new or existing customers in the UK, this match will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video.
And if you wanted to watch, it couldn’t be easier and won’t leave you out of pocket at all.
You will just need to take out a 30-day free trial with Prime Video, giving you the option to cancel at any time before the expiry date with no charge or continue for a mere £7.99 a month or £79 for the year thereafter.
Viewers have already been raving about the Amazon top-flight coverage from earlier in the month with faces like Thierry Henry, Eni Aluko, Peter Crouch and many more fronting up the analysis and the refreshing option of being able to listen to stadium atmosphere instead of the commentators proving popular.
With a strong internet connection you’ll be able to watch on Smart TV, Fire TV, games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast, TalkTalkTV and online in 4K Ultra HD.
And if that wasn’t enough, you can view up to three games at the same time on three different devices, watch the goals as they go in on Goals Centre and your subscription will also give you free UK next day delivery on any item from the Amazon website.