With the return of Premier League football imminent, things are set to look very very different in the remaining 92 Premier League fixtures this season. So when will the remaining fixtures take place, where will they be held and how can can you watch them?
How many Premier League fixtures are left to play?
There are 92 Premier League fixtures left to play overall. Every team has nine games left to play other than Manchester City, Sheffield United, Arsenal and Aston Villa who still have ten. The plan is for these teams to play their game in hand first to catch up with the rest of the league. After that, every team will play in each round of fixtures so that, if the season has to be halted again, it will be easier and fairer to determine an end of season result with every side having played an equal number of matches.
When is the Premier League returning?
The season will return on Wednesday, June 17th as the teams with a game in hand play there fixtures, before the first full roud of fixtures begins on Friday, 19th.
How can I watch the remaining Premier League fixtures?
For the first time in Premier League history, every match of each round will be televised and in non-clashing slots across the weekend. Another Premier League first, the BBC will be showing a number of games free-to-air with the remaining matches split between Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime. The full breakdown is as follows;
BBC – 4 Premier League fixtures (free-to-air)
Amazon Prime – 4 Premier League fixtures (free-to-air)
Sky Sports – 64 Premier League fixtures (25 fixtures free-to-air)
BT Sports – 20 Premier League fixtures
So can I watch Premier League fixtures for free?
Yes, at the moment 33 of the remaining 92 Premier League fixtures have been confirmed as being free-to-air, the eight fixtures on the BBC and Amazon Prime in addition to 25 of Sky Sports’ 64 fixtures. Currently there is no suggestion that any of BT Sport’s matches will be free.
What are the Premier League fixtures?
Multiple sources are suggesting that these are the first batch of fixtures which will be officially revealed in the coming days. Keep in mind that until the Premier League confirm the fixtures, they are subject to change.
Wednesday, June 17
18:00 – Aston Villa v Sheffield United (Sky)
20:00 – Manchester City v Arsenal (Sky)
Friday, June 19
18:00 – Norwich v Southampton (Sky)
20:00 – Tottenham v Manchester United (Sky)
Saturday, June 20
12:30 – Watford v Leicester (BT Sport)
15:00 – Brighton v Arsenal (BT Sport)
17:30 – West Ham v Wolves (Sky)
19:45 – Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (BBC)
Sunday, June 21
14:00 – Newcastle v Sheffield United (Sky)
16:30 – Aston Villa v Chelsea (Sky)
19:00 – Everton v Liverpool (Sky)
Monday, June 22
20:00 – Manchester City v Burnley (Sky)
Tuesday, June 23
18:00 – Southampton v Arsenal (Sky)
20:15 – Tottenham v West Ham (Sky)
Wednesday, June 24
18:00 – Manchester United v Sheffield United (Sky)
18:00 – Newcastle v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
18:00 – Norwich v Everton (BBC)
20:15 – Liverpool v Crystal Palace (Sky)
Thursday, June 25
18:00 – Burnley v Watford (Sky)
18:00 – Leicester v Brighton (Sky)
20:15 – Chelsea v Manchester City (Sky)
20:15 – Wolves v Bournemouth (BT)
Saturday, June 27
17:00 – FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Sheffield United v Arsenal (BT)
20:15 – FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Norwich v Manchester United (BBC)
Sunday, June 28
12:00 – Aston Villa v Wolves (BT)
14:30 – FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Leicester v Chelsea (BT)
16:30 – Watford v Southampton (Sky)
18:00 – FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Newcastle v Manchester City (BBC)
Monday, June 29
20:00 – Crystal Palace v Burnley (Amazon Prime)
Tuesday, June 30
18:00 – Brighton v Manchester United (Sky)
20:15 – Sheffield United v Tottenham (Sky)
Wednesday, July 1
18:00 – Bournemouth v Newcastle (Sky)
18:00 – Everton v Leicester (Sky)
20:15 – West Ham v Chelsea (Sky)
Thursday, July 2
18:00 – Arsenal v Norwich (BT Sport)
20:15 – Manchester City v Liverpool (Sky)
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