Along with Sky Sports and BT, the Champions will see two live games on Amazon for the first time.
Games affected include the Manchester derby and our trip to Wolves on Boxing Day, which now takes place a day later.
The first change sees our game away to Burnley on Tuesday 3 December kick-off at 8.15pm – 30 minutes later than originally scheduled and shown live on Amazon.
The home Manchester derby against United remains on Saturday 7 December with a later kick-off of 5.30pm for Sky.
On Sunday 15 December, the Champions travel to Arsenal with the game kicking off at 4.30pm on Sky – a day later than originally scheduled.
City’s home game against Leicester City on Saturday 21 December will now kick off at the later time of 5.30pm for Sky coverage.
And City’s festive break is now a day longer, with our Boxing Day fixture with Wolves now taking place on Friday 27 December with a 7.45pm kick off for Amazon coverage.
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The knock-on effect of this is that our home game with Sheffield United will now be played on Sunday 29 December at 6pm, though it will not be televised.
On New Year’s Day, City’s visit of Everton will now start at 5.30pm for BT Sport.
Our trip to Aston Villa will take place a day later than scheduled on Sunday 12 December with a 4.30pm kick-off for Sky.
Finally, BT will screen our trip to Sheffield United on Tuesday 21 January, with a slightly earlier start of 7.30pm.
Full list of rearranged fixtures:
Tuesday 3 December: Burnley v City, 8:15pm (Amazon)
Saturday 7 December: City v United, 5.30pm (Sky)
Sunday 15 December: Arsenal v City, 4.30pm (Sky)
Saturday 21 December: City v Leicester, 5.30pm (Sky)
Friday 27 December: Wolves v City, 7.45pm (Amazon)
Sunday 29 December: City v Sheffield United, 6pm
Wednesday 1 January: City v Everton, 5.30pm (BT)
Sunday 12 January: Aston Villa v City, 4.30pm (Sky)
Tuesday 21 January: Sheffield United v City, 7.30pm (BT)
Existing Amazon Prime customers will be able to access these Premier League fixtures for free, whereas new customers can join Amazon Prime for £7.99 per month, or £79 for the year following a 30-day free trial.
Customers can also watch via the Prime Video app – available on Fire TV, BT TV and Talk Talk TV, on mobile devices, Fire TV Stick, online and many more streaming services.
To find out more information on how to watch these matches, follow this link.