In the first Premier League Amazon Prime Video late kick-off of Boxing Day, two northern powerhouses in the form of Manchester United and Newcastle United lock heads at ‘The Theatre of Dreams’.
The jury remains out on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with the Red Devils as his reign at the club enters its second year, although United are there or thereabouts of where they need to be in terms of the table.
For the visitors, ’19/20 hasn’t been half as bad as some predicted it would be under the management of Steve Bruce as they’re sitting comfortably in the middle of the standings.
There’s been some memorable clashes in this fixture over the course of history, from the 5-3 of November 2002 to the 3-2 of October 2018 and the most recent affair, featuring Matty Longstaff’s historic winner.
United do have a significant upper hand on the overall record, but you’d be foolish to back against the Magpies completing the double over Solskjaer’s men.
Free Premier League football is returning to the UK once more this festive period after Amazon Prime Video showed ten top-flight matches live in the first week of December – they’re doing it again!
All the same features will be in operation, these include the no commentary feature enabling viewers to just hear crowd noise throughout a match, the ability to watch three games at once on three separate devices and the Goals Centre channel, where goals as they go in around the country can be viewed.
The 4K Ultra HD service is available on internet devices, as well as Smart TVs, Fire TV, games consoles, BT TV, Apple TV, Virgin’s V6 TV Box, Chromecast and TalkTalkTV.
The way you can watch United and the Magpies, in the coverage hosted by names such as Gabby Logan and Jim Rosenthal, for nothing is by starting a free 30-day trial with Prime and cancelling it within the 30 days, you will also get free UK next day delivery from Amazon in this period.
However, if you decide that you want to keep Prime Video and free express delivery, it will only cost you £7.99 a month and £79 per year after that.