TWO Cherries fixtures will feature as part of Amazon Prime’s new Premier League streaming service.

Amazon Prime Video has won the exclusive rights to show two rounds of top-flight fixtures in 2019-20, including the whole Boxing Day schedule and the first midweek round of games in December.

Among those 20 fixtures are Cherries’ trip to Crystal Palace on December 4 and the home clash with Arsenal, which is currently set for the 26th.

Man Utd against Tottenham, Liverpool versus Everton and champions Man City’s trip to Wolves are also among the games set to be shown on Prime.

It will be the first time a full round of fixtures will have been broadcast live in the UK.

The games will be free for subscribers of Amazon Prime, or new customers can sign up for £7.99 a month or £79 for the year.

Prime’s arrival breaks the Premier League stronghold of BT Sport and Sky Sports, who retain the remainder of the televised rights for the English league.

Sky will show 128 matches in 2019-20, while BT are set to show 52 games.

The games will be available via the Prime Video app, available on Fire TV, BT TV and Talk Talk TV or via a Fire TV stick and online.