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Where to watch this weekend’s Premier League fixtures

By 23rd September 2020 No Comments

The TV schedule for this weekend’s Premier League games.

There are 10 Premier League matches on this weekend and Monday, which are all live on TV, following the removal of the 3pm blackout while fans are unable to attend stadiums.

With the situation likely to remain the same for the next six months, it seems logical to surmise the rest of the season may also see all games televised live, although nothing has been confirmed as yet.

Below is the list of broadcasters showing the fixtures over Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Saturday 26 September
Brighton v Man Utd (12:30pm) BT Sport 1
Crystal Palace v Everton (3pm) Amazon Prime Video
West Brom v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports
Burnley v Southampton (8pm) Sky Sports
Sunday 27 September
Sheffield United v Leeds (12pm) BT Sport 1
Tottenham v Newcastle (2pm) Sky Sports
Man City v Leicester (4:30pm) Sky Sports
West Ham v Wolves (7pm) BT Sport 1
Monday 28 September
Fulham v Aston Villa (5:45pm) Sky Sports
Liverpool v Arsenal (8pm) Sky Sports

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