THIS midweek's Premier League fixtures are being broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video.
And during their coverage of top-flight games, eagle-eyed viewers have noticed a slight change to the scoreboards – but what is the reason behind it?
What do the dashes mean above Premier League team names on Amazon Prime Video?
Amazon Prime Video have added the dashes above team names so viewers can track each side's remaining substitutes.
Fans first noticed the new feature during Wolves' 1-0 home win against Burnley in the Premier League on December 5th.
The tracker shows five dashes above each team – with the number of dashes reducing by one every time a substitution is made.
This aids the viewer's experience to keep informed of all the ongoing in the game, especially if you join the action late on.
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How to watch the Premier League on Amazon Prime Video?
- Amazon Prime subscribers can watch selected live Premier League games via the Prime Video app or website.
- You can download the app to your smart TV, smartphone, and game consoles.
- If you are not already an Amazon Prime member, you can subscribe for £8.99 per month or £95 for the full year.
Can I watch the Premier League on Amazon Prime Video for FREE?
Amazon Prime offers a 30-day FREE trial as long as you haven't created an Amazon account within the last 12 months.
Head to Amazon.co.uk for more details.
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