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AMAZON PRIME first began broadcasting Premier League games earlier this season - and returns to our screens after lockdown.

The streaming giants made a stellar debut back in December, with fans praising the HD picture and sound options provided.

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Part of a £90million deal Amazon signed with the Premier League will see them show 20 matches a season in the UK for the next three years, with Crystal Palace vs Burnley on June 29 the first post-lockdown game on Prime.

How can I watch it?

Existing and new Prime members can watch the Premier League games on a wide range of devices.

This includes the Prime Video app, across mobile, Fire TV, games consoles, Virgin's V6 TV Box, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Apple TV, Chromecast and online.

Fans can even watch the action on Prime Video in 4K Ultra HD at no extra cost.

What are the tech requirements?

To watch Amazon Prime you need a minimum 1mb broadband connection to stream one game at a time in standard definition.

As the quality increases, so does the strain on your internet connection - and it's advisable to have an unlimited package with your ISP.

Whilst you'll need a 4mb connection to stream in HD or 25mb (preferably Fibre) to watch in 4K Ultra HD.

Many Smart TV's have the Prime app built in - make sure you're connected via Wifi or an Ethernet cable to get the best out of your connection and avoid potential buffering issues.

 You can watch up to three matches at the same time on different devices
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You can watch up to three matches at the same time on different devicesCredit: PA:Press Association

How can I watch it for free?

Non members can start a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime - which will grant them access to all of the action.

You can then cancel at any time.

Amazon Prime then costs £7.99 per month or £79 for the year.

What extra features are included with Amazon Prime?

Fans can see every goal from every game immediately in the Goals Centre.

Amazon Prime members can stream up to THREE matches on different devices at the same time.

Each match will have its own on-screen pundits, build-up and post-match analysis.

You can also choose to listen to the stadium atmosphere if you prefer, completely removing commentary from the broadcast.

Which pundits and commentators are on Prime?

If you're a regular viewer on either Sky, BT Sport or the Beeb, you'll likely recognise many of the faces fronting the Prime coverage.

Amazon have signed up more than SEVENTY familiar faces to make the transition as seamless as possible for fans.

These include Alan Shearer, Alex Scott, Chris Waddle, Dion Dublin, Eni Aluko, Gabby Logan, Glenn Hoddle, Harry Redknapp, Michael Owen, Peter Crouch and Robbie Savage.

 Former England star Eni Aluko makes up part of the Prime punditry team
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Former England star Eni Aluko makes up part of the Prime punditry teamCredit: AFP or licensors
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