Two of Watford's Premier League matches next season will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime as part of their new deal to show 20 games.

Fixtures for the upcoming season are to be unveiled on Thursday morning before Sky Sports and BT choose which games they want to broadcast, but Amazon Prime will also be showing live games as well, after securing a deal with the league worth around £90million.

The online streaming service will show all ten fixtures on Boxing Day, as well as all ten fixtures from the first round of midweek games in December, as part of their three year contract.

To watch the fixtures, fans will need to be subscribed to Amazon Prime, which costs either £7.99 per month, or £79 per year.

It can be accessed on mobile devices, Smart TVs and Amazon Fire Sticks.

Sky and BT will continue to show the bulk of matches throughout the season, with the Premier League making 200 matches available for broadcast for the upcoming season, an increase on the 168 available during the last TV deal, signed in 2015.

Of those games, 128 will appear on Sky, while BT will show 52 matches.

Eight games will be shown during the season on Sky at a new time slot of 7.45pm on a Saturday night.