New Premier League fixture and TV schedule for the remaining 92 games

Revised Premier League fixture and TV schedule: What channel will the remaining 92 games be on and how many games will be FREE to watch?

  • Premier League restarts on June 17 following 3-month shutdown due to covid-19
  • Amazon Prime, BT Sport, Sky Sports and BBC to show remaining 92 fixtures 
  • Get all the latest Premier League news ahead of the restart right here 

The Premier League countdown is on for the restart of English top-flight football as millions of fans eagerly anticipate its return, following a three month shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The action gets underway midweek with Aston Villa v Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal on June 17, those four teams playing their games-in-hand to level up the table for a final nine matches each.

In the first full round of fixtures, runaway leaders Liverpool will continue their campaign in the Merseyside derby against Everton. 

Should Pep Guardiola’s men lose against Arsenal a victory for Jurgen Klopp would see the Reds seal the title.

Here’s your guide to the season’s restart – with the remaining 92 fixture dates, plans for TV coverage and how many games will be free to watch for UK audiences. 

The Premier League will shortly restart and see Manchester City host Arsenal on first day back

When does the Premier League restart?

The English top-flight will return to action on June 17 with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United followed by Man City vs Arsenal. These four teams have played one fewer match than the rest of the Premier League.

The first full matchday will then follow from Friday, June 19 to Monday, June 22.

What channel will Premier League be on?

All 92 remaining matches will be broadcast live across current rights holders Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon, while the BBC will broadcast four live matches for the first time since the Premier League’s formation in 1992. 

Sky Sports will broadcast the majority of the games with 64, whilst BT Sport will show 20 matches with Amazon Prime and the BBC each to show 4 games.

So far we have provisional fixture list and TV schedule for the first three round so check it out further down this article.

How many games will be free-to-air? 

As it stands – 33 of the 92 remaining top-flight games this season will be free-to-air on Sky Sports, Amazon Prime and BBC. 

Amazon Prime and the BBC will show all eight of their allocated games for free, with Sky Sports to provide a further 25 games for free without a subscription – including Everton vs Liverpool.

It is still unknown whether BT Sport will show any of their remaining 20 games for free.  

The provisional fixture list and TV schedule for the first three rounds of matches have been been handed to Premier League clubs ahead of the resumption of the football season. 

Wednesday, June 17

  • Aston Villa vs Sheffield United – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Manchester City vs Arsenal – 8pm – Sky Sports

Friday, June 19

  • Norwich vs Southampton – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Tottenham vs Manchester United – 8pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, June 20

  • Watford vs Leicester – 12:30pm – BT Sport
  • Brighton vs Arsenal – 3pm – BT Sport
  • West Ham vs Wolves – 5:30pm – Sky Sports
  • Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – 7:45pm – BBC

Sunday, June 21

  • Newcastle vs Sheffield United – 2pm – Sky Sports
  • Aston Villa vs Chelsea – 4:30pm – Sky Sports
  • Everton vs Liverpool – 7pm – Sky Sports

Monday, June 22

  • Manchester City vs Burnley – 8pm – Sky Sports

Tuesday, June 23

  • Southampton vs Arsenal – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Tottenham vs West Ham – 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, June 24

  • Manchester United vs Sheffield United – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Newcastle vs Aston Villa – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Norwich vs Everton – 6pm – BBC
  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, June 25

  • Burnley vs Watford – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Leicester vs Brighton – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Chelsea vs Manchester City – 8:15pm – BT Sport
  • Wolves vs Bournemouth – 8:15pm – BT Sport

Sunday, June 28

  • Aston Villa vs Wolves – 12pm – BT Sport
  • Watford vs Southampton – 4.:0pm – Sky Sports

Monday, June 29

  • Crystal Palace vs Burnley – 8pm – Amazon Prime

Tuesday, June 30

  • Brighton vs Manchester United – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Sheffield United vs Tottenham – 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, July 1

  • Bournemouth vs Newcastle – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • Everton vs Leicester – 6pm – Sky Sports
  • West Ham vs Chelsea – 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, July 2 

  • Arsenal vs Norwich – 6pm – BT Sport
  • Manchester City vs Liverpool – 8:15pm – Sky Sports  

Premier League table – as it stands 

Gameweek 33 – Weekend of July 3-6

  • Burnley vs Sheffield United
  • Chelsea vs Watford
  • Leicester City vs Crystal Palace
  • Liverpool vs Aston Villa
  • Manchester United vs Bournemouth
  • Newcastle United vs West Ham United
  • Norwich City vs Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Southampton vs Manchester City
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal

Gameweek 34  – Midweek of July 7-9

  • Arsenal vs Leicester City
  • Aston Villa vs Manchester United
  • Bournemouth vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • Brighton and Hove Albion vs Liverpool
  • Crystal Palace vs Chelsea
  • Everton vs Southampton
  • Manchester City vs Newcastle United
  • Sheffield United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Watford vs Norwich City
  • West Ham United vs Burnley

Gameweek 35 – Weekend of July 10-13

  • Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace
  • Bournemouth vs Leicester City
  • Brighton and Hove Albion vs Manchester City
  • Liverpool vs Burnley
  • Manchester United vs Southampton
  • Norwich City vs West Ham United
  • Sheffield United vs Chelsea
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal
  • Watford vs Newcastle United
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton

Gameweek 36 – Midweek of July 14-16

  • Arsenal vs Liverpool
  • Burnley vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Chelsea vs Norwich City
  • Crystal Palace vs Manchester United
  • Everton vs Aston Villa
  • Leicester City vs Sheffield United
  • Manchester City vs Bournemouth
  • Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • Southampton vs Brighton and Hove Albion
  • West Ham United vs Watford

Gameweek 37 – Weekend of July 18-19

  • Aston Villa vs Arsenal
  • Bournemouth vs Southampton
  • Brighton and Hove Albion vs Newcastle United
  • Liverpool vs Chelsea
  • Manchester United vs West Ham United
  • Norwich City vs Burnley
  • Sheffield United vs Everton
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City
  • Watford vs Manchester City
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace

Gameweek 38 – Weekend of of July 25-26

  • Arsenal vs Watford
  • Burnley vs Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Chelsea vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
  • Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur
  • Everton vs Bournemouth
  • Leicester City vs Manchester United
  • Manchester City vs Norwich City
  • Newcastle United vs Liverpool
  • Southampton vs Sheffield United
  • West Ham United vs Aston Villa  




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