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Premier League fixtures | How to watch 2019/2020 remaining games on TV, free to air, TV channels and confirmed times

Premier League football heads into the fourth round of lockdown fixtures with the table beginning to take on its final guise.

Manchester City appear determined to finish the campaign with a flourish after destroying champions Liverpool in a 4-0 rout at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday night.

Young English star Phil Foden was instrumental in the victory, while Kevin De Bruyne ran the show from midfield. City will hope to keep their form and focus up with FA Cup fixtures and Champions League clashes still to come.

Sheffield United landed a heavy blow on Tottenham’s chances of claiming a European place this season after Chris Wilder’s men beat Spurs 3-1 at Bramall Lane.

Earlier in the week, Manchester United closed in on a top-four spot after crushing Brighton, while West Ham edged away from danger with a terrific 3-2 win over Chelsea at the London Stadium.

The biggest game of the weekend may come on Saturday evening as Wolves host Arsenal at Molineux as they continue to press Chelsea and United.

Leicester are being dragged downwards into the top four battle after seemingly building up an unassailable lead in third place. They face Crystal Palace and will be determined to shake their abject form.

BBC boast a free-to-air Premier League clash this weekend as City, fresh from that win over Liverpool, travel to face Southampton in a primetime slot.

The Saints have made a quiet rise through the bottom half, largely thanks to the exploits of Danny Ings who currently sits second in the Premier League top scorers charts with a stunning haul of 18 so far this season.

Check out the full list of Premier League fixtures, times and channels for all remaining games in 2019/20.

When does the Premier League season end?

The Premier League officially returned on Wednesday 17th June 2020, exactly 100 days after the last game took place in March.

The three-month break was longer than a regular off-season for the Premier League, meaning players have had to maintain their fitness throughout and those who haven’t could be found out.

All of remaining games will be played in a six-week window – including three rounds of midweek matches – with the 2019/20 season set to end on Sunday 26th July 2020, barring any hiccups along the way.

Which TV channels will they be on?

“I swear, you’ll never see anything like this ever again!” Martin Tyler, Sky Sports commentator, seconds after Sergio Aguero slammed home the title-winner for Manchester City in 2012…

Or was he talking about the fact we have 92 live games of Premier League football to take place on almost every day of the week for the next two months?

You will have heard the term unprecedented on an unprecedented scale during ‘these unprecedented times’, but you could easily apply it to the situation the Premier League now finds itself in.

We’ve got eight full match weeks left of top flight football goodness to absorb in the coming weeks following the opening round, and every single game will be beamed live to the nation – every single one of them.

Sky Sports and BT Sport have claimed the lion’s share, while for the first time ever, BBC won the rights to show live Premier League football across their platforms. Amazon Prime Video has also been awarded several games, and have confirmed they too will be made free-to-air.

Sky Sports are regular stewards of Premier League TV rights and they boast the lion’s share of the coverage with 64 games though 25 of those have been made available to watch on free channel Pick TV.

All matches on Sky Sports will also be available via streaming service NOW TV which requires no contracts or long-term deals, just short-term passes to soak up the games you want to.

BT Sport close out the broadcasters with 20 live games and while none have been made free-to-air, there are plenty of deals and monthly passes to get the service without having to shell out on a contract.

How many of the Premier League games are free to air?

In total 33 of the 92 lockdown matches will be free-to-air. Sky is showing the bulk of the games – 64 matches. Out of these games 25 re free to air, that’s live online or Freeview on Sky Pick. BT Sport has the rights to 20 of the games. BBC Sport airs four, and another four are on Amazon Prime, but you won’t need Prime membership.

What time will the games kick-off?

The times vary throughout the week but generally follow this time schedule:

  • Monday – 8pm
  • Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday – 6pm, 8pm and 8.15pm
  • Friday – 6pm or 8pm
  • Saturday – 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, 7:45pm
  • Sunday – 12pm, 2pm, 4:15pm, 4:30pm and 7pm

Where can I listen to Premier League commentary?

The BBC will provide live radio commentary for all the matches.

Who is playing next?

Under normal circumstances, Norwich v Brighton is hardly a fixture to get the pulse racing, but with so much on the line, this could be a terrific game to soak up.

Norwich have been woeful since the return having failed to score in all three Premier League matches, but this represents their best chance of points yet, and a win could really stir the pack with just weeks to go.

Once the weekend’s fixtures are played, fans still have the promise of five more rounds of matches to come in the Premier League. Plus the FA Cup. Plus the Champions League. Plus the Europa League. What a summer!

Premier League 2019/20 fixtures

The Premier League confirmed the remaining games and kick-off times for the first six rounds of matches. We’ve marked up the matches that are free-to-air.

Saturday 4th July

Norwich v Brighton (12:30pm) BT Sport 1

Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Man Utd v Bournemouth (3pm) BT Sport 1

Wolves v Arsenal (5:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event

Chelsea v Watford (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event

Sunday 5th July

Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Newcastle v West Ham (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event

Liverpool v Aston Villa (4:30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event

Southampton v Man City (7pm) BBC One FREE TO AIR

Monday 6th July

Tottenham v Everton (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event

Tuesday 7th July

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6pm) Sky Sports

Watford v Norwich (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Arsenal v Leicester (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Wednesday 8th July

Man City v Newcastle (6pm) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Wolves (6pm) Sky Sports

West Ham v Burnley (6pm) BT Sport

Brighton v Liverpool (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Thursday 9th July

Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Everton v Southampton (6pm) Amazon Prime FREE TO AIR

Aston Villa v Man Utd (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 11th July

Norwich v West Ham (12:30pm) BT Sport

Watford v Newcastle (12:30pm) Amazon Prime FREE TO AIR

Liverpool v Burnley (3pm) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Brighton v Man City (8pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 12th July

Wolves v Everton (12pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2pm) Sky Sports

Tottenham v Arsenal (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Monday 13th July

Man Utd v Southampton (8pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Premier League TV schedule by channel – confirmed

All UK kick-off times. Pre-match build-up shows may precede games.

Premier League on BBC

Sunday 5th July

Southampton v Man City (7pm)

Premier League on Amazon Prime Video

Thursday 9th July

Everton v Southampton (6pm)

Saturday 11th July

Watford v Newcastle (12:30pm)

Premier League on Sky Sports

Saturday 4th July

Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm)

Wolves v Arsenal (5:30pm)

Chelsea v Watford (8pm)

Sunday 5th July

Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm)

Newcastle v West Ham (2pm)

Liverpool v Aston Villa (4:30pm)

Monday 6th July

Tottenham v Everton (8pm)

Tuesday 7th July

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6pm)

Watford v Norwich (6pm)

Arsenal v Leicester (8:15pm)

Wednesday 8th July

Sheffield United v Wolves (6pm)

Brighton v Liverpool (8:15pm)

Thursday 9th July

Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm)

Aston Villa v Man Utd (8:15pm)

Saturday 11th July

Sheffield United v Chelsea (5:30pm)

Brighton v Man City (8pm)

Sunday 12th July

Wolves v Everton (12pm)

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2pm)

Tottenham v Arsenal (4:30pm)

Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm)

Monday 13th July

Man Utd v Southampton (8pm)

Premier League on BT Sport

Saturday 4th July

Norwich v Brighton (12:30pm)

Man Utd v Bournemouth (3pm)

Wednesday 8th July

Man City v Newcastle (6pm)

West Ham v Burnley (6pm)

Saturday 11th July

Norwich v West Ham (12:30pm)

Liverpool v Burnley (3pm)

Premier League 2019/20 results so far

Wednesday 17th June

Aston Villa 0-0 Sheffield United

Man City 3-0 Arsenal

Friday 19th June

Norwich 0-3 Southampton

Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United

Saturday 20th June

Watford 1-1 Leicester

Brighton 2-1 Arsenal

West Ham 0-2 Wolves

Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace

Sunday 21st June

Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United

Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea

Everton 0-0 Liverpool

Monday 22nd June

Man City 5-0 Burnley

Tuesday 23rd June

Leicester 0-0 Brighton

Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

Wednesday 24th June

Man Utd 3-0 Sheffield United

Newcastle 1-1 Aston Villa

Norwich 0-1 Everton

Wolves 1-0 Bournemouth

Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace

Thursday 25th June

Burnley 1-0 Watford

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal

Chelsea 2-1 Man City

Saturday 27th June

Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves

Sunday 28th June

Watford 1-3 Southampton

Monday 29th June

Crystal Palace 0-1 Burnley

Tuesday 30th June

Brighton 0-3 Manchester United

Wednesday 1st July

Bournemouth 1-4 Newcastle

Arsenal 4-0 Norwich

Everton 2-1 Leicester

West Ham 3-2 Chelsea

Thursday 2nd July

Sheffield United 3-1 Tottenham

Man City 4-0 Liverpool

For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide.

If you’re looking for something else to watch check out our TV guide.

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