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Get a Premier League live stream: Watch the Premier League online wherever you are

Get a Premier League live stream: Watch the Premier League online wherever you are
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With each day that passes, there might be one fewer games to watch but it's still a great time to get a Premier League live stream set up. Get your premier league hit until the season finishes with our Premier League live stream guide, right here, and get ready to watch the Premier League online - or at least as much of it as you want to. 

There's plenty to play for still too, up and down the table. Well, maybe not quite so much at the very top as Liverpool should stroll to the title given how far ahead they are, but there is certainly tension and a nailbiting finish ahead for those at the bottom of the table (my own club included) and for those chasing European places. That's why knowing how to watch the Premier League online is going to be incredibly important from now on.

As I mentioned, the top of the table does seem like a foregone conclusion - the old adage of 'anything can happen in football' notwithstanding - with Liverpool so many points ahead and only two or three games away from wrapping it all up, but there's intrigue everywhere else still which will still make for enormously interesting Premier League live streams.

In the middle of the table, it's up for grabs as to who'll make the Champions and Europa League spots, and maybe plucky Sheffield United will hold their own among the big boys and continue their excellent season by placing in the top places. And at the bottom, there is loads to play for. I'm conflicted here because I'm very pleased that the Premier League is back, but this also means my beloved West Ham will probably be relegated this year - but at least now I get to watch it bathed in mid-summer sunshine...  With only 9 or 10 games to go, we'll soon start to see who the most likely for the drop are. Though, remember, anything can happen in football...

Anyway, you're here to find out how to get a Premier League live stream setup so let's get to it.

Premier League live stream: what's on this weekend

Because of some FA Cup games, there are only two Premier League games on this weekend, with the game-rate picking up again early next week. 

Nonetheless VIlla host Wolves in what is yet another crucial game for the Villains: get a win and it's a massive boost to their survival chances. Wolves, however, are one of the in-form teams since the Premier League kicked off again and are looking to keep up their momentum in a chase of Champions League football - but certainly Europa League - next season. You can catch this game on BT Sport on Saturday at 12.30pm BST. Then, on Sunday the 28th at 4.30pm on Sky Sports and Pick, Watford host Southampton. Again, a win for the hosts would be enormous for them at the bottom of the table and would really put pressure on the likes of my team, West Ham, and Bournemouth.

Here's how this weekend's games line up:

Saturday, June 27th

  • Aston Villa vs Wolves - 12.30pm BST - BT Sport

Sunday, June 28th

  • Watford vs Southampton - 6pm BST - Sky Sports and Pick

Remember if you're abroad and away from your normal services then a VPN can be a lifesaver.

Get a Premier League live stream in the UK 

Various - BBC, BT Sport, Amazon Prime, and Sky
For the first time in a long time, there's no actual simple answer to where it is best to stream the Premier League in the UK. And that's for one very good reason: all of them will be live and a whole host of games are going to be FREE. 

So, while you'd usually have to plump for one or both of the big usual suspects in Sky Sports(or Sky Sports via Now TV), or BT Sport, the big news for the Premier League restart is that all 92 games left to be played will be broadcast on live UK TV. What's more, they'll be divided among Sky, BT, and Amazon. On top of this, the BBC will be airing a small handful of games live too - the first time in the Premier League's history that the competition has come to the BBC. 

While Sky has confirmed that 25 of its 64 games will be available on its free-to-air channel, Sky Pick, the others, however, have yet to break cover or show their hand so we are not sure yet - though expect that to change with each day that passes.

If you find yourself outside the UK and want to watch the Premier League online with any of these broadcasters, then fear not, and grab a VPN to get your football hit no matter where you are.

How to watch the EPL in the US

NBC
US readers are still best off going to NBC. However, to see out the remainder of European football seasons the broadcaster is offering two separate packages for soccer fans. First the Matchday Pass; this will set you back $39.99 and will get you 140 exclusive live games. And, secondly, the Premier League Pass, for $64.99, which will get you, well, pretty much the whole thing - extending the coverage of live matches through to highlights, replays, analyses and more.

Remember, if you're outside of the States and want your usual NBC coverage, check out the VPN route to gain access to the action - more details below.

How to live stream Premier League soccer in Canada

DAZN
Usurping SportsNet and TSN and relacing their chokehold over the Premier League action in Canada, DAZN is now the place to be for Canadian readers. The network will be showing all 380 fixtures live, and you can start off with a very tempting one-month free trial to get the ball rolling (pun intended). This will roll on to a $20-a-month or annual subscription of $150 after that month.

Once again, if you happen to be outside of Canada, you can use a VPN to access it like you were back there all along. 

How to live stream the Premier League in Australia

Optus Sports
Every single fixture will be shown on or through Optus Sports this summer so for Australian readers you have to go right to the source - which is easy if you have one of their packages already given their media reach.

However, if you just want to stream the Premier League online then Australians can take advantage of monthly subscriptions to Optus Sport and get access to all the games, live. Excellent.

How to watch Premier League football from abroad

ExpressVPN | From $6.67 / £5.50 per month
For those who who are away from home when the Premier League returns, a VPN is your best option. 

A VPN is a 'Virtual Private Network' that enables you to appear online as if you are somewhere else. This method gives you a way around any region restrictions or geoblocking, letting you watch shows when you're away from you're usual services. We'd argue that ExpressVPN is the best VPN to go with and is perfect for a Premier League live stream.

There are three simple steps to follow:

1: Get a VPN installed. There are plenty of options, but we'd point you in the direction of ExpressVPN. There's even an offer on right now where you can get an additional three months FREE on a 12-month package and save 49%. Happily, ExpressVPN is also compatible with pretty much every device you can think of too.

2: Connect to an appropriate server. Select a server located back in your home country and you'll be in and away. And if there's any sniff of an issue, Express's handy 24/7 live chat customer support can come to your rescue.

3: Head over to the service you want. Here you can shop as normal and once you set your location, visit the service you're interested in and sign up as normal or log in, and start watching!

I'm one of Hardware Staff Writers for GamesRadar+, and I take care of a whole host of gaming tech reviews, buying guides, and news and deals content that pops up across GamesRadar+. I'm also a qualified landscape and garden designer so do that in my spare time, and lean on it to write about games' landscapes and environments too.