The Premier League have confirmed the fixtures for the first two weeks of the resumption of the 2019/20 season.
Following a three-week break due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2019/20 season will resume on Wednesday, June 17 and clubs have been given their first three fixtures of the resumption.
Arsenal will travel to Manchester City on Wednesday, June 17, with Tottenham taking on Manchester United on Friday, June 19 and Chelsea facing Aston Villa away on Sunday, June 21.
All 92 remaining fixtures have been shared across the top-flight’s main broadcast partners: Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and the BBC.
Sky Sports have secured 64 games to be shown live across their Main Event and Premier League channels.
While those fans without a Sky subscription will be able to watch 25 of those 64 games on Sky’s free-to-air Pick channel.
BT Sport will show 20 live games on their platforms, an increase of 12 from what they were meant to show between now and the end of the season before football was suspended.
While for the first time since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, live games will be shown live on the BBC.
A total of four fixtures will be shown for free across BBC platforms, with BBC One expected to be the channel which will broadcast games.
Amazon Prime will also show four matches, with them confirming on Wednesday morning that all games will be available free-to-air.
And below is a full breakdown of what broadcaster will be showing what game and when, with the confirmed kick-offs, dates and TV channels so far.
Wednesday June 17
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
Manchester City vs Arsenal – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Friday June 19
Norwich City vs Southampton – 18:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Tottenham vs Manchester United – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Saturday June 20
Watford vs Leicester City – 12:30 (BT Sport)
Brighton vs Arsenal – 15:00 (BT Sport)
West Ham vs Wolves – 17:30 (Sky Sports)
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – 19:45 (BBC)
Sunday June 21
Newcastle United vs Sheffield United – 14:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Aston Villa vs Chelsea – 16:15 (Sky Sports)
Everton vs Liverpool – 19:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Monday June 22
Manchester City vs Burnley – 20:00 (Sky Sports)
Tuesday June 23
Leicester City vs Brighton – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
Tottenham vs West Ham – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Wednesday June 24
Manchester United vs Sheffield United – 18:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Newcastle United vs Aston Villa – 18:00 (BT Sport)
Norwich City vs Everton – 18:00 (BBC)
Wolves v Bournemouth – 18:00 (BT Sport)
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Thursday June 25
Burnley vs Watford – 18:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Southampton vs Arsenal – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
Chelsea vs Manchester City – 20:15 (BT Sport)
Saturday June 27
Aston Villa vs Wolves – 12:30 (BT Sport)
Sunday June 28
Watford vs Southampton – 12:30 (Sky Sports – free)
Monday June 29
Crystal Palace vs Burnley – 20:00 (Amazon Prime)
Tuesday June 30
Brighton vs Manchester United – 20:15 (Sky Sports – free)
Wednesday July 1
Arsenal vs Norwich City – 18:00 (BT Sport)
Bournemouth vs Newcastle United – 18:00 (Sky Sports – free)
Everton vs Leicester City – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
West Ham vs Chelsea – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Thursday July 2
Sheffield United vs Tottenham – 18:00 (Sky Sports)
Manchester City vs Liverpool – 20:15 (Sky Sports)
Source: football london