City are coming into the potentially tricky fixture on the back of three consecutive draws with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. The latest, the 3-3 draw with Spurs, was blighted with controversy following referee Simon Hooper&aposs decision not to play on when Jack Grealish was through on goal in the 94th minute.
However, Bernado Silva has admitted that City “need to look at ourselves” adding that they need to “finish and kill the game”. Tonight they face an Aston Villa side in good form who are just one point below Pep Guardiola&aposs side in fourth place.
This week sees Amazon take the broadcasting reins and footy fans have access to all ten games. The streaming service began by showing two games last night, will show six games tonight including Manchester United vs Cheslea, and finish off this round of coverage on December 7 with two big ties in the form of Everton vs Newcastle and Tottenham vs West Ham United. Amazon will also be taking on broadcast duties for the Boxing Day games and beyond. From Tuesday December 26 to Thursday, December 28 they will once again be showing all 20 clubs in action, including City&aposs trip to Everton on December 27, however before then let&aposs take a look at just what Premier League fixtures Amazon are showing this week and how you can watch for free.
Tuesday, December 5
19:30 – Wolves v Burnley
20:15- Luton Town v Arsenal
Wednesday, December 6
19:30- Brighton & Hove Albion v Brentford
19:30- Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth
19:30- Fulham v Nottingham Forest
19:30- Sheffield United v Liverpool
20:15- Aston Villa v Manchester City
20:15- Manchester United v Chelsea
Thursday, December 7
19:30- Everton v Newcastle United
20:15- Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
You can watch every game on Amazon Prime Video and non-Prime members can start a 30-day free trial of Prime, which is then 8.99 per month or 95 per year. You can also just get a Prime Video subscription for 5.99 a month and you can cancel either at any time.