The finale of 2019/20 Premier League season is on the horizon following its break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There is much still to be decided as we head into the last few weeks of the campaign.
Liverpool have now clinched the title, claiming glory following Chelsea’s win over Manchester City.
While the title race is done, the top four fight and the relegation battle are still wide open.
All of the remaining 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, while talkSPORT and the BBC will share will the live radio rights.
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.
Pick is channel 159 on Sky and channel 144 on Freeview. You can also watch Sky’s coverage through Now TV.
BT Sport has the rights to 20 of the games. 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.
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What time will the games kick off?
They will be kicking off at different times across the week as follows:
- Monday: 8pm
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 6pm, 8pm/8.15pm
- Friday: 6pm, 8pm
- Saturday: 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, 7.45pm
- Sunday: 12pm, 2pm, 4:15pm/4:30pm, 7pm
Where can I listen to Premier League commentaries?
On talkSPORT, of course!
talkSPORT and the BBC will provide live radio commentaries in the UK for all the remaining matches.
We will be bringing you a host of games live over the coming weeks, click here for the latest schedule.
Premier League 2019/20 fixtures
The Premier League have confirmed the dates and kick-off times up until mid-July.
Liverpool’s goalless draw with rivals Everton, which was screened free to air on Sky’s freeview channel Pick, was the most watched Premier League game in history.
Brighton’s 2-1 home win over Arsenal became the first ever live TV match to kick off at 3pm on a Saturday.
Wednesday, June 17
Aston Villa 0-0 Sheffield United 6pm – SKY
Manchester City 3-0 Arsenal 8:15pm – SKY
Friday, June 19
Norwich 0-3 Southampton 6pm – SKY
Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY
Saturday, June 20
Watford 1-1 Leicester 12.30pm – BT
Brighton 2-1 Arsenal 3pm – BT
West Ham 0-2 Wolves 5.30pm – SKY
Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace 7.45pm – BBC (free-to-air)
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United 2pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea 4.15pm – SKY
Everton 0-0 Liverpool 7pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Monday, June 22
Manchester City 5-0 Burnley 8pm – SKY
Tuesday, June 23
Leicester 0-0 Brighton 6pm – SKY
Tottenham 2-0 West Ham 8.15pm – SKY
Wednesday, June 24
Manchester United 3-0 Sheffield United 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Newcastle 1-1 Aston Villa 6pm – BT
Norwich 0-1 Everton 6pm – BBC (free-to-air)
Wolves 1-0 Bournemouth 6pm – BT
Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace 8.15pm – SKY
Thursday, June 25
Burnley 1-0 Watford 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Southampton 0-2 Arsenal 6pm – SKY
Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City 8.15pm – BT
Saturday, June 27
Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves 12:30pm – BT
Sunday, June 28
Watford 1-3 Southampton 4.30pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Monday June, 29
Crystal Palace 0-1 Burnley 8pm – Amazon Prime (free-to-air)
Tuesday June, 30
Brighton 0-3 Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Wednesday, July 1
Arsenal 4-0 Norwich 6pm – BT
Bournemouth 1-4 Newcastle 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Everton 2-1 Leicester 6pm – SKY
West Ham 3-2 Chelsea 8.15pm – SKY
Thursday, July 2
Sheffield United 3-1 Tottenham 6pm – SKY
Manchester City 4-0 Liverpool 8.15pm – SKY
Saturday, July 4
Norwich 0-1 Brighton 12.30pm – BT
Leicester 3-0 C Palace 3pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Man United 5-2 Bournemouth 3pm – BT
Wolves 0-2 Arsenal 5.30pm – SKY
Chelsea 3-0 Watford 8pm – SKY
Sunday, July 5
Burnley 1-1 Sheffield Utd 12pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Newcastle 2-2 West Ham 2pm – SKY
Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa 4.30pm – SKY
Southampton 1-0 Man City 7pm – BBC (free-to-air)
Monday, July 6
Tottenham 1-0 Everton 8pm – SKY
Tuesday, July 7
C Palace 2-3 Chelsea 6pm – SKY
Watford 2-1 Norwich 6pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Arsenal 1-1 Leicester 8.15pm – SKY
Wednesday, July 8
Man City 5-0 Newcastle 6pm – BT
Sheff Utd 1-0 Wolves 6pm – SKY
West Ham 0-1 Burnley 6pm – BT
Brighton 1-3 Liverpool 8.15pm – SKY
Thursday, July 9
Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham 6pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Everton 1-1 Southampton 6pm – Amazon Prime (free-to-air)
Aston Villa 0-3 Man United 8.15pm – SKY
Saturday, July 11
Norwich vs West Ham 12.30pm – BT
Watford vs Newcastle 12.30pm – Amazon Prime (free-to-air)
Liverpool vs Burnley 3pm – BT
Sheffield United vs Chelsea 5.30pm – SKY
Brighton vs Man City 8pm – SKY
Sunday, July 12
Wolves vs Everton 12pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Aston Villa vs C Palace 2pm – SKY
Tottenham vs Arsenal 4.30pm – SKY
Bournemouth vs Leicester 7pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Monday, July 13
Man United vs Southampton 8pm – SKY / Pick (free-to-air)
Tuesday 14 July
Chelsea v Norwich City 8:15pm – SKY
Wednesday 15 July
Burnley v Wolves 6pm – BBC (free-to-air)
Man City v AFC Bournemouth 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Newcastle United v Spurs 6pm – BT
Arsenal v Liverpool 8:15pm – SKY
Thursday 16 July
Everton v Aston Villa 6pm – SKY
Leicester City v Sheff Utd 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Crystal Palace v Man Utd 8:15pm – BT
Southampton v Brighton 8:15pm – BT
Friday 17 July
West Ham v Watford 8pm – SKY
Saturday 18 July
Norwich City v Burnley 5:30pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Sunday 19 July
Bournemouth v Southampton 2pm – BT
Spurs v Leicester City 4pm – SKY
Monday 20 July
Brighton v Newcastle United 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
Sheff Utd v Everton 6pm – Amazon Prime (free-to-air)
Wolves v Crystal Palace 8:15pm – BT
Tuesday 21 July
Watford v Man City 6pm – SKY
Aston Villa v Arsenal 8:15pm – SKY
Wednesday 22 July
Man Utd v West Ham 6pm – SKY
Liverpool v Chelsea 8:15pm – SKY
To be confirmed at a later date and subject to change
Sunday, July 26
Arsenal v Watford
Burnley v Brighton
Chelsea v Wolves
Crystal Palace v Spurs
Everton v AFC Bournemouth
Leicester City v Man Utd
Man City v Norwich City
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Southampton v Sheffield United
West Ham v Aston Villa