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Manchester United fans react to Amazon coverage vs Spurs and what to do if it's not working

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Manchester United fans have delivered their verdict on Amazon Prime's coverage of their clash with Tottenham Hotspur.

After a strong start to coverage of the Premier League on Tuesday night, with Burnley vs Manchester City and Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth, the pressure was cranked up a notch with six fixtures including huge matches such as United vs Spurs and the Merseyside derby set to take its toll on Amazon's servers.

However, it seems Manchester United fans are enjoying the new look service, which has come as a welcome break to Sky Sports and BT Sport's coverage of the Premier League, with former United players Dimitar Berbatov and Peter Schemichel drafted in as part of their punditry team.

The online streaming site made history on Tuesday night by streaming two Premier League fixtures for the first time ever.

If you don't meet these minimum requirements, you could find your Amazon Prime Premier League stream is not working.

Having secured rights for the entire matchday 15 fixture list, United fans tuned in to Amazon's new service to watch their clash against Spurs and the return of Jose Mourinho.

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