Sky, BT Sport and Amazon Prime presenters for 2021-22 Prem season including Tony Cottee axed and Michael Dawson in

Sky, BT Sport and Amazon Prime presenters for 2021-22 Prem season including Tony Cottee axed and Michael Dawson in

PREMIER LEAGUE football is back and it looks a little different on our TV screens this season.

Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime will be showing the games and fans are desperate to know what their presenter and pundit lineups look like.

Here, SunSport rounds up the lineups at each broadcaster now the new campaign is underway.

SKY SPORTS

Former West Ham, Leicester and Everton striker Tony Cottee has been axed by Sky after 20 years with the broadcasting giant.

The well-liked 56-year-old has been let go with Karen Carney and Michael Dawson joining the team.

Carney will be the lead WSL pundit with Sky set to show live coverage of the women's league this season.

Former Tottenham man Dawson will join Jeff Stelling's Soccer Saturday team while Michelle Owen will present EFL shows.

Caroline Barker, Lynsey Hooper and Seb Hutchinson will join the WSL team from September.


BT SPORT

Gary Lineker is the main departure having quit their Champions League coverage to follow Leicester around Europe.

But fans can expect to see their favourites on BT Sport's star-studded lineup for the Premier League.

Former Manchester United stars Rio Ferdinand, Robin van Persie and Owen Hargreaves will all provide up to date analysis.

Jermaine Jenas, Michael Owen and Peter Crouch also remain on the team, as do Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton.

AMAZON PRIME

The online broadcaster will show 20 Premier League matches across two gameweeks in the 2021-22 season.

Amazon's first fixture round runs from November 30 to December 1 with the second on December 28.

But to cover so many games in such a short space of time, Amazon Prime employed more than 40 stars of TV and radio to help them deliver their coverage last season.

Gabby Logan, Eilidh Barbour, Steve Bower and Jim Rosenthal make up the presenting team.

Alan Shearer, Owen and Harry Redknapp are among the biggest names in the punditry seats.

And commentating big-wigs including Clive Tyldesley and Guy Mowbray provide the play-by-play for the matches.

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