Amazon Prime’s star-studded line-up of commentators and pundits revealed including Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer

By | 3rd December 2019

THIERRY HENRY and Alan Shearer are among the star-studded line-up taking care of Amazon Prime’s Premier League fixtures this week.

The internet giants will be streaming every single match on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for pundits with a subscription.

Thierry Henry is among the big names giving their thoughts on Amazon Prime’s live Premier League action this week
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And there are plenty of big names on commentary and pundit duty over the next three days.

The likes of Jermaine Jenas, Michael Owen and Eni Aluko will present their thoughts on Crystal Palace’s clash with Bournemouth.

While Shearer, Nigel de Jong and Roberto Martinez will run the rule over Manchester City’s trip to Burnley.

The biggest game of the week, Man Utd vs Spurs, sees Glenn Hoddle, Harry Redknapp, Peter Schmeichel and Dimitar Berbatov take to the screens.

While Owen Hargreaves and Graeme Le Saux will be at the King Power Stadium for Leicester vs Watford.

THREE GAMES WITH BIG NAMES

Burnley vs Man City – Tuesday 8.15pm

Alan Shearer/Roberto Martinez/Nigel de Jong

Man Utd vs Spurs – Wednesday 7.30pm

Glenn Hoddle/Harry Redknapp/Peter Schmeichel/Dimitar Berbatov

Liverpool vs Everton – Wednesday 8.15pm

Thierry Henry/Peter Crouch/Roberto Martinez

Clinton Morrison and Matt Upson join forces for Wolves vs West Ham.

And Gary Cahill will take to the airwaves when Chelsea host Aston Villa.

The action continues with Henry and Peter Crouch focusing on Liverpool’s Merseyside derby with Everton.

While Les Ferdinand will look after viewers opting for Southampton vs Norwich.

Chris Waddle is ready to commentate on Newcastle’s trip to Sheffield United.


And the action concludes when Alan Pardew keeps an eye on Arsenal vs Brighton.

Fans will be excited to see how Amazon Prime’s new venture fares.

And it could change how we watch Premier League footy in the future.

This post written by Anthony Chapman originally appeared on Football news - transfers, fixtures, scores, pictures | The Sun. Read the full post here.

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