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Premier League’s return – The broadcast schedule for first three rounds

By 5th June 2020 June 9th, 2020 2 Comments

Which broadcaster is showing which games, for the first three match rounds, and which games will be free-to-air.

Here’s the full list of which broadcasters are showing which games for the first three rounds of the resumed 2019/20 Premier League season.

Wednesday 17 June
18:00 Aston Villa v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports)
20:15 Man City v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Friday 19 June
FREE-TO-AIR 18:00 Norwich v Southampton (Sky Sports/Pick)
20:15 Spurs v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
Saturday 20 June
12:30 Watford v Leicester (BT Sport)
15:00 Brighton v Arsenal (BT Sport)
17:30 West Ham v Wolves (Sky Sports)
FREE-TO-AIR 19:45 Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (BBC)
Sunday 21 June
FREE-TO-AIR 14:00 Newcastle v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports/Pick)
16:15 Aston Villa v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
FREE-TO-AIR 19:00 Everton v Liverpool (Sky Sports/Pick)
Monday 22 June
20:00 Man City v Burnley (Sky Sports)
Tuesday 23 June
18:00 Leicester v Brighton (Sky Sports)
20:15 Spurs v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 24 June
FREE-TO-AIR 18:00 Man Utd v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports/Pick)
18:00 Newcastle v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
FREE-TO-AIR 18:00 Norwich v Everton (BBC)
18:00 Wolves v Bournemouth (BT Sport)
20:15 Liverpool v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
Thursday 25 June
FREE-TO-AIR 18:00 Burnley v Watford (Sky Sports/Pick)
18:00 Southampton v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
20:15 Chelsea v Man City (BT Sport)
Saturday 27 June
12:30 Aston Villa v Wolves (BT Sport)
Sunday 28 June
FREE-TO-AIR 16:30 Watford v Southampton (Sky Sports/Pick)
Monday 29 June
FREE-TO-AIR 20:00 Crystal Palace v Burnley (Amazon Prime Video)
Tuesday 30 June
FREE-TO-AIR 20:15 Brighton v Man Utd (Sky Sports/Pick)
Wednesday 1 July
18:00 Arsenal v Norwich (BT Sport)
FREE-TO-AIR 18:00 Bournemouth v Newcastle (Sky Sports/Pick)
18:00 Everton v Leicester (Sky Sports)
20:15 West Ham v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Thursday 2 July
18:00 Sheffield Utd v Spurs (Sky Sports)
20:15 Man City v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

All matches will take place behind closed doors. On both BT Sport and Sky Sports fans will be able to choose whether to watch the games with artificial, pre-recorded crowd noise.

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters said: “We know it won’t be the same without our loyal supporters in stadiums but, together with our broadcast partners, we are able to ensure fans can watch or listen to each match live from home. It is important that as many people as possible can access our games so we are extremely happy that more than a third of our remaining fixtures will be televised free-to-air here in the UK. I am delighted we are able to take another positive step towards the season returning in just under two weeks’ time.”