Premier League calendar | How to watch the remaining 2019/2020 games on TV, free, TV channels and confirmed schedules

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Premier League football is midway through a third round of extended lockouts and Liverpool has been officially crowned King of England.

The Reds destroyed Crystal Palace in their last outing and were bypassed by Manchester City’s loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Jurgen Klopp will not let his team give in to their last Premier League games, however. Man City set the 100 point mark in a Premier League season in the 2017/18 campaign, and Klopp’s men will be determined to break the record. They can reach a maximum of 107 points if they win the remaining seven games.

Chelsea’s victory over City greatly increased their chances of finishing in the Champions League, although Manchester United in form remains a threat. Wolves could also pose a potential threat after another solid victory this weekend over their rivals Aston Villa.

Southampton is making a quiet ascent into the bottom half, largely thanks to the exploits of Danny Ings, who currently ranks second in the Premier League top scorer rankings with an incredible 18 draw so far this season.

Crystal Palace will face Burnley in tonight’s live showdown on Amazon Prime Video, the two teams flirting with a last breath in the Europa League squares, against all odds.

Tomorrow night Manchester United will be under pressure to keep pace with Chelsea and the Wolves, but given their recent form and the performances of Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Anthony Martial since the restart, they are the favorites to slim down the Seagulls.

NOW TV offers a Sky Sports Pass at £ 25 a month to help you watch the remaining games – more info below, as we explain what to watch where, including free Premier League games.

Check out the full list of Premier League games, schedules and channels for all remaining matches in 2019/20.

When does the Premier League season end?

The Premier League officially returned on Wednesday June 17, 2020, exactly 100 days after the last game in March.

The three-month hiatus was longer than a regular off-season for the Premier League, which means players had to maintain physical fitness throughout those who could not be discovered.

All remaining games will be played in a six-week window – including three mid-week game rounds – with the end of the 2019/20 season. Sunday July 26, 2020, preventing any hiccups along the way.

What TV channels will they be broadcast on?

“I swear, you will never see anything like that again!” Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler seconds after Sergio Aguero slammed home for the 2012 Manchester City title winner…

Or was he talking about the fact that we have 92 Premier League live football games going on almost every day of the week for the next two months?

You will have heard the term unprecedented on an unprecedented scale during “these unprecedented times”, but you could easily apply it to the situation in which the Premier League now finds itself.

We have eight full weeks of top-level football games left to absorb in the coming weeks after the first round, and each game will be broadcast live to the nation – each one of them.

Sky Sports and BT Sport claimed the lion’s share, while for the first time, the BBC won the rights to broadcast Premier League football live on their platforms. Amazon Prime Video has also won several games and has confirmed that they will also be shown in the clear.

Sky Sports regularly manages Premier League television rights and holds the lion’s share of the coverage with 64 games, although 25 of them have been made available to watch on the free channel Pick TV.

All matches on Sky Sports will also be available via the NOW TV streaming service which does not require any long-term contracts or agreements, just short-term passes to enjoy the games you want.

BT Sport closes broadcasters with 20 live games and although none have been made free, there are many offers and monthly passes to get the service without having to pay a contract.

How many Premier League matches are free?

In total, 33 of the 92 lockdown games will be free. Sky shows most of the games – 64 games. Of these games, 25 are free, either live or live on Sky Pick. BT Sport owns the rights to 20 of the games. BBC Sport has four, and four more are on Amazon Prime, but you won’t need a Prime subscription.

What time will the games start?

Hours vary throughout the week but generally follow this schedule:

  • Monday – 8 p.m.
  • Tuesday Wednesday Thursday – 6 p.m., 8 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.
  • Friday – 6 p.m. or 8 p.m.
  • Saturday – 12:30 p.m., 3 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m.
  • Sunday – 12 p.m., 2 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Where can I listen to Premier League comments?

The BBC will provide live radio commentary for all games.

Who then plays?

Crystal Palace welcomes Burnley into a clash with comfortable mid-table teams that could propel themselves into an unlikely fight for a European place with a win here tonight.

Roy Hodgson and Sean Dyche performed admirably under similar circumstances to Palace and Burnley respectively, making the most of their teams without counting on mega money.

The rest of the week will be between Tuesday and Thursday before – you guessed it – other Premier League games over the weekend. Implacable. Ridiculous. Sensational.

Premier League 2019/20 Calendar

The Premier League has confirmed the remaining games and kick-off times for the first six rounds. We have marked the free matches.

Monday June 29

Crystal Palace v Burnley (8 p.m.) Amazon Prime OUTDOORS

Tuesday June 30

Brighton vs. Manchester United (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Wednesday July 1

Bournemouth v Newcastle (6 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Arsenal v Norwich (6 p.m.) BT Sport

Everton v Leicester (6 p.m.) Sky Sports

West Ham v Chelsea (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports

Thursday July 2

Sheffield United v Tottenham (6 p.m.) Sky Sports

Man City v Liverpool (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports

Saturday July 4

Norwich v Brighton (12:30 p.m.) BT Sport

Leicester v Crystal Palace (3 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Man Utd vs. Bournemouth (3 p.m.) BT Sport

Wolves v Arsenal (5.30 p.m.) Sky Sports

Chelsea v Watford (8 p.m.) Sky Sports

Sunday July 5

Burnley v Sheffield United (12 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Newcastle v West Ham (2 p.m.) Sky Sports

Liverpool v Aston Villa (4.30 p.m.) Sky Sports

Southampton v Man City (7 p.m.) BBC OUTDOORS

Monday July 6

Tottenham v Everton (8 p.m.) Sky Sports

Tuesday July 7

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6 p.m.) Sky Sports

Watford v Norwich (6 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Arsenal vs. Leicester (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports

Wednesday July 8

Man City v Newcastle (6 p.m.) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Wolves (6 p.m.) Sky Sports

West Ham v Burnley (6 p.m.) BT Sport

Brighton vs. Liverpool (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports

Thursday July 9

Bournemouth vs. Tottenham (6 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Everton v Southampton (6 p.m.) Amazon Prime OUTDOORS

Aston Villa vs. Man Utd (8:15 p.m.) Sky Sports

Saturday July 11

Norwich v West Ham (12:30 p.m.) BT Sport

Watford v Newcastle (12:30 p.m.) Amazon Prime OUTDOORS

Liverpool v Burnley (3 p.m.) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Chelsea (5.30 p.m.) Sky Sports

Brighton v Man City (8 p.m.) Sky Sports

Sunday July 12

Wolves v Everton (12h) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2 p.m.) Sky Sports

Tottenham v Arsenal (4:30 p.m.) Sky Sports

Bournemouth v Leicester (7 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Monday July 13

Man Utd v Southampton (8 p.m.) Sky Sports / Pick TV OUTDOORS

Premier League TV schedule by channel – confirmed

Every kick-off time in the UK. Pre-match preparation shows may precede matches.

Premier League on BBC

Sunday July 5

Southampton v Man City (7 p.m.)

Premier League on Amazon Prime Video

Monday June 29

Crystal Palace v Burnley (8 p.m.)

Thursday July 9

Everton v Southampton (6 p.m.)

Saturday July 11

Watford v Newcastle (12:30 p.m.)

Premier League on Sky Sports

Tuesday June 30

Brighton vs. Manchester United (8:15 p.m.)

Wednesday July 1

Bournemouth v Newcastle (6 p.m.)

Everton v Leicester (6 p.m.)

West Ham v Chelsea (8:15 p.m.)

Thursday July 2

Sheffield United v Tottenham (6 p.m.)

Man City v Liverpool (8:15 p.m.)

Saturday July 4

Leicester v Crystal Palace (3 p.m.)

Wolves v Arsenal (5.30 p.m.)

Chelsea v Watford (8 p.m.)

Sunday July 5

Burnley v Sheffield United (12 noon)

Newcastle v West Ham (2 p.m.)

Liverpool v Aston Villa (4.30 p.m.)

Monday July 6

Tottenham v Everton (8 p.m.)

Tuesday July 7

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6 p.m.)

Watford v Norwich (6 p.m.)

Arsenal vs. Leicester (8:15 p.m.)

Wednesday July 8

Sheffield United v Wolves (6 p.m.)

Brighton vs. Liverpool (8:15 p.m.)

Thursday July 9

Bournemouth v Tottenham (6 p.m.)

Aston Villa vs. Man Utd (8:15 p.m.)

Saturday July 11

Sheffield United v Chelsea (5.30 p.m.)

Brighton vs. Man City (8 p.m.)

Sunday July 12

Wolves v Everton (12 noon)

Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace (2 p.m.)

Tottenham v Arsenal (4.30 p.m.)

Bournemouth v Leicester (7 p.m.)

Monday July 13

Man Utd v Southampton (8 p.m.)

Premier League on BT Sport

Wednesday July 1

Arsenal v Norwich (6 p.m.)

Saturday July 4

Norwich v Brighton (12:30 p.m.)

Man Utd vs. Bournemouth (3 p.m.)

Wednesday July 8

Man City v Newcastle (6 p.m.)

West Ham v Burnley (6 p.m.)

Saturday July 11

Norwich v West Ham (12:30 p.m.)

Liverpool v Burnley (3 p.m.)

2019/20 Premier League results so far

Wednesday June 17

Aston Villa 0-0 Sheffield United

Man City Arsenal 3-0

Friday June 19

Norwich 0-3 Southampton

Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United

Saturday June 20

Watford 1-1 Leicester

Brighton 2-1 Arsenal

West Ham 0-2 Wolves

Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace

Sunday June 21

Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United

Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea

Everton 0-0 Liverpool

Monday June 22

Man City 5-0 Burnley

Tuesday June 23

Leicester 0-0 Brighton

Tottenham 2-0 West Ham

Wednesday June 24

Man Utd 3-0 Sheffield United

Newcastle 1-1 Aston Villa

Norwich 0-1 Everton

Wolves 1-0 Bournemouth

Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace

Thursday June 25

Burnley 1-0 Watford

Southampton 0-2 Arsenal

Chelsea 2-1 Man City

Saturday June 27

Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves

Sunday June 28

Watford 1-3 Southampton

If you are looking for something else to watch before and after football, check out our TV guide.

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