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Are you excited to watch the last Premier League games of 2020? Here are some streaming platforms to watch the final matches before the new year.

End the year with a kick: Stream these Premier League games now

As we’re only days away from hitting what everyone hopes to be a much-improved new year, we carry with us the 2020-2021 season of the Premier League, which seems to be hitting its stride in terms of impactful & entertaining games. Are you a “big soccer guy”? If not, we suggest that you hop on board with the world’s most popular sport. 

Entering this season as the favorites are Liverpool, last season’s champions, as well as the runner-up, Manchester City. Other notable contenders include Manchester United, Tottenham, and Chelsea, who are led by American powerhouse Christian Pulisic. That’s not to say one of these clubs is a lock to win it all, as soccer presents an exciting platform where anything can happen, as many of us witnessed during the Summer Olympics.  

Whether you’re taking down your holiday décor or setting up the champagne glasses for New Year’s Eve, there are multiple games to look forward to in the Premier League as well as a variety of ways to stream them. Here are some of the ways you can put that holiday cash to use and become a fan of the sport played by more than twenty-million people around the world.  

First off, what exciting Premier League games might be worth checking out? Here’s a few starting soon that you’ll definitely want to stream! 

Upcoming games

Newcastle vs. Liverpool

While the impact of COVID-19 has moved quite a few games around on the Premier League schedule of games, it appears this game will likely still take place on December 30, 2020, at St. James Park at Newcastle, slated for a 12:00 kickoff. 

Chelsea vs. Man City

Slated for an 8:30 kickoff in London at the Stamford Bridge on Sunday, January 3, 2021, watch contenders Chelsea take on the exciting Man City in a bout that should have major implications on the rest of the season for a game so early in the new year.  

It is, after all, ALWAYS a big deal when the “Big 6” play against each other. 

Big 6 including the following: Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Arsenal.

Southampton vs. Liverpool

Welcome back defending champs! 

This match is set to kick off at 12:00 on Monday, January 4, 2021, at St. Mary’s Stadium in Southampton. Liverpool will have a new opportunity here to prove why they’re the defending champs and show the rest of the Premier League as to why they’re the favorite to take it all again. 

Of course, now you want to watch all the action! But where can you find these Premier League games without cable? Never fear! We’re here to give you the best streaming options so you won’t miss any of the upcoming matches. 

Streaming Options

YouTube TV

Use that holiday check you got from Grandma and pay the $65 per month. Trust us, it’s worth it. 

This subscription includes NBC, NBCSN, and the USA Network. Once you enter your zip code information, YouTube TV will let you know which local networks are available in your area on its welcome page. 


With a monthly package that costs $55, AT&T TV Now’s basic package also offers NBC, NBCSN, and USA Today, also giving you the option to find which local channels are available in your area. 


The FuboTV standard plan, which includes NBC, NBCSN, and the USA Network costs $60 per month. 

Sling TV Blue

Sling TV’s  “Blue” plan costs only $30 per month, giving you plenty of viewing options to stream your favorite upcoming games. 

Hulu with Live TV

Now $65 per month, Hulu like NBA star Damian Lillard says does indeed have “live sports”. NBC, NBCSN, and USA Network all included.  


Because of Peacock’s “three-tier” plan, you may choose between either a basic plan or its two premium plans, which range from $5-$10, depending on how many ads you mind watching. You will, however, need one of the premium plans in order to stream live Premier League games and watch full-game replays. 

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