Amazon Prime will be showing two rounds of Premier League fixtures next season and now Burnley fans know which of their games will be on the streaming service. 

Their matches at home to Manchester City on Tuesday, December 3 and at Everton on Boxing Day will form part of the £90 million package snapped up by Amazon. 

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They are showing both programmes in full having picked up 20 games in the latest broadcast deal, this season the first of a three-year agreement. 

Fans who want to watch the games shown by Amazon will need to obtain a Prime membership, which costs £79 a year or £7.99 a month.

Elsewhere, Sky Sports will show 32 games on Saturdays at 5.30pm and eight more at 7.45pm, 32 matches on Sundays at 2pm, with an added 32 on Sundays at 4.30pm.

On top of that, Sky will also show 24 matches on Mondays or Fridays at 8pm.

BT Sport will show 32 matches in Saturdays at 12.30pm, as well as an additional 20 matches from two midweek fixture programmes.

The fixtures were announced on Thursday morning with the Clarets starting at home to Southampton on August 10. 

All games are subject to change as broadcasters decide which games they want to show. 

The planned release schedule for televised games is below.

Matches played August to September: (release date) 5 July

October: 6 August

November: 16 September

December to January: 11 October

February: 14 December

March: 24 January

April: 21 February

May: 3 April