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REVEALED: The Amazon Prime pundits and presenters who will be covering YOUR team as they launch their live Premier League coverage tonight... including Nigel de Jong and Dimitar Berbatov (but feuding Michael Owen and Alan Shearer won't be reunited) Amazon will broadcast live Premier League football for first time this week The internet shopping giant is branching out into sports broadcasting It will show every one of the 10 games from this midweek round of fixtures And it has splashed out on a dizzying number of high-profile pundits 

By Chris Cutmore for MailOnline

Published: 10:22 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 10:33 GMT, 3 December 2019

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Football fans will get their first glimpse of Amazon's live Premier League coverage on Tuesday, but many of the faces on screen will already be very familiar.

The internet shopping giant will broadcast online a full round of midweek fixtures this week - yes, that's every one of the 10 games being played - and to cover its huge offering a host of talent has been recruited.

Among the pundits are Alan Shearer, who is also Match of the Day's lead analyst, Lee Dixon, ever present in ITV's coverage of England games, plus Michael Owen and Peter Crouch, who already appear regularly on BT Sport.

Alan Shearer will be one of Amazon's pundits as well as leading Match of the Day's analysis

Michael Owen, a BT Sport regular, has also been snapped up by Amazon

Alan Shearer (left) will be one of Amazon's pundits as well as leading Match of the Day's analysis, while Michael Owen, a BT Sport regular, has also been snapped up

There are other eye-catching names on the roster: Dimitar Berbatov, the maverick former and Tottenham striker, has become an outspoken and sometimes x-rated critic on social media, while Nigel de Jong, infamous for his karate kick on Xabi Alonso in the 2010 World Cup final, could be a feisty analyst if his playing days are anything to go by.

Former England women's international Eni Aluko is the pundit most often used, appearing three times, followed by Dixon, Shearer, Roberto Martinez and Les Ferdinand, who will all feature twice this week.

Dimitar Berbatov is one of their more eye-catching recruits

Nigel de Jong, infamous for his karate kick on Xabi Alonso in the 2010 World Cup final, should pull no punches

Dimitar Berbatov (left) is

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