Premier League Restart: When and Where To Catch The Action

by Johanna Roelich

There are 92 fixtures remaining of the 2019/20 campaign with plenty still to be decided – and we can’t for it to restart. The Premier League 2019/20 season is set to return tonight (Wednesday 17th June) and all games will be on live TV and on the radio over the coming weeks as they will be held behind closed doors. Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport and Amazon will share the matches with many on free to view television, and talkSPORT and the BBC will share will the live radio rights.

While Liverpool are just two wins away from securing the title, the race for the top four and the relegation battle are still wide open. It’s going to be heated and it’s going to be a cracking fight as footballers aim to come back better than ever before, “as if they nearly lost the game forever” – adidas London.

Before the tears start flowing, let’s get to the nitty-gritty. Here is everything you need to know about the restart…

Which channels will show Premier League games?

Sky will show the majority of games – 64 in total. Of those games, 25 will be made free-to-air – online and on Freeview via the broadcaster’s Pick channel.

BT Sport has the rights to 20 of the games. But you’ll need a subscription to watch all of those.

BBC Sport will air 4 games – the first time they have shown live Premier League matches.

You will also be able to watch another 4 games free through Amazon Prime. Fans will NOT need a Prime membership to watch those fixtures.

That means, in total, 33 of the remaining 92 matches will be free to air.

Where can I listen to Premier League commentaries?

TalkSPORT and BBC are the go-to to catch live commentaries on games to be frank.

Confirmed fixtures on talkSPORT include Watford vs Leicester City, Brighton vs Arsenal, West Ham vs Wolves and Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace on Saturday, June 20.

Next up are another couple of blinders; Leicester City vs Brighton and Tottenham vs West Ham on Tuesday 23rd June, Manchester United vs Sheffield United and Wolves vs Bournemouth on Wednesday 24th June and Aston Villa vs Wolves on Saturday 27th June.

Premier League 2019/20 fixtures

The Premier League have confirmed the dates and kick-off times for the first three rounds of matches.

Wednesday 17th June

Aston Villa v Sheffield United 6pm – SKY
Manchester City v Arsenal 8:15pm – SKY

Friday 19th June

Norwich v Southampton 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Tottenham v Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY

Saturday 20th June

Watford v Leicester 12.30pm – BT
Brighton v Arsenal 3pm – BT
West Ham v Wolves 5.30pm – SKY
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 7.45pm – BBC

Sunday 21st June

Newcastle v Sheffield United 2pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Aston Villa v Chelsea 4.15pm – SKY
Everton v Liverpool 7pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)

Monday 22nd June

Manchester City v Burnley 8pm – SKY

Tuesday 23rd June

Leicester v Brighton 6pm – SKY
Tottenham v West Ham 8.15pm – SKY

Wednesday 24th June

Manchester United v Sheffield United 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Newcastle v Aston Villa 6pm – BT
Norwich v Everton 6pm – BBC
Wolves v Bournemouth 6pm – BT
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 8.15pm – SKY

Thursday 25th June

Burnley v Watford 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Southampton v Arsenal 6pm – SKY
Chelsea v Manchester City 8.15pm – BT

Saturday 27th June

Aston Villa v Wolves 12:30pm – BT

Sunday 28th June

Watford v Southampton 4.30pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)

Monday 29th June

Crystal Palace v Burnley 8pm – AMAZON

Tuesday 30th June

Brighton v Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)

Wednesday 1st July

Arsenal v Norwich 6pm – BT
Bournemouth v Newcastle 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Everton v Leicester 6pm – SKY
West Ham v Chelsea 8.15pm – SKY

Thursday 2nd July

Sheffield United v Tottenham 6pm – SKY
Manchester City v Liverpool 8.15pm – SKY

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