Michael Regan We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. A team that can't stop conceding against a team that have been struggling to score: Manchester United v Arsenal is this weekend's well, next Monday's if we're being pedantic most mouthwatering fixture in the Premier League.
Share shares The arrival of Amazon Prime onto the scene has shaken up the landscape further, with the American giant showing the round of fixtures due on December 3 and 4, with games including Manchester United versus Tottenham and the Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton.
With Amazon taking complete control of Boxing Day football, kick-off times are to be staggered in slots of 12pm, 3pm, 5. Tottenham and Brighton start the day with a Some of the kick-off times will come as an inconvenience to travelling supporters, with some clubs already acting to ease the process.
Liverpool have informed fans a free coach service will be provided for the Boxing Day fixture with the Foxes at the King Power Stadium. Reds fans have been left furious with the unusual late kick-off the day after Christmas, and have made their thoughts known.
Manchester United are enduring an injury crisis ahead of their crunch clash with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
The Spirit of Shankly supporters group have called for the Premier League to adjust the kick-off, for the wellbeing of both clubs. Sky Sports will be busy as ever, but have had to compete with BT and Amazon Prime this year 'The latest round of televised Premier League games has been announced and once again there is scant, if any, consideration given to match-going supporters and those employed at the stadiums,' said the group in a statement.
Liverpool fans will not get home until after midnight and the following day is back to work for many. How will they get there, and how will they get home? But they do have a chance to redeem themselves.
We suggest 3pm. The full run of fixtures finally arrive after being five days late from the original scheduled release.
The delay had left many fans frustrated at being unable to make plans and book travel over the busy festive period. This impacts on family arrangements, the price of train tickets, the ability to book leave and much more.