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Premier League fixtures: How to watch on TV

The first wave of fixtures for the restart of the 2019/20 Premier League have been released, with Aston Villa v Sheffield United kicking it all off on Wednesday 17 June and Manchester United’s campaign resuming away to Tottenham Hotspur two nights later on Friday 19 June.

All 92 games left to play in the Premier League season are set to be broadcast live on UK television, with the top-flight’s current broadcast rights holders – Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC – all given live games to screen.

This means we will see the first-ever live Premier League game on the BBC, as well as live matches in the traditional Saturday 15:00 BST slot. United’s first game back – and our first-ever match at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – kicks off at 20:15 BST on 19 June and will be shown by Sky Sports in the UK.


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Marcus Rashford scores against Tottenham Hotspur.
Marcus Rashford scored the only goal in our last league trip to Spurs.

Following the Spurs game, United are back in action on Wednesday 24 June with our home tie against Sheffield United. This game will also be broadcast on Sky Sports and Pick - the channel on which Sky will show its selected free-to-air games - and will kick off in the early evening slot of 18:00 BST.

The last match to have been confirmed for Ole and co so far, is the away Premier League tie at Brighton and Hove Albion, taking place on Tuesday 30 June, kick-off 20:15 BST. The game on the south coast will also be screened on Sky Sports and Pick.


History will be made on the evening of Saturday 20 June, when Bournemouth v Crystal Palace becomes the first Premier League match to be broadcast live on terrestrial television in the UK - the match between the Cherries and the Eagles will be screened on BBC1, kick-off 19:45 BST.

The opening night’s action on Wednesday 17 June is a double-header, with Sky Sports screening the league’s two outstanding games in hand: Villa v Sheffield United, followed by Manchester City v Arsenal.

Here is the full list of matches announced today by the Premier League, and how you can watch them in the UK:

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Wednesday 17 June 
Aston Villa v Sheffield United (18:00 BST) Sky Sports
Manchester City v Arsenal (20:15 BST) Sky Sports

Friday 19 June 
Norwich City v Southampton (18:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick
Tottenham v UNITED (20:15 BST) Sky Sports 

Saturday 20 June
Watford v Leicester City (12.30 BST) BT Sport
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (15:00 BST) BT Sport
West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers (17:30 BST) Sky Sports
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (19:45 BST) BBC

Sunday 21 June
Newcastle United v Sheffield United (14:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick
Aston Villa v Chelsea (16:15 BST) Sky Sports
Everton v Liverpool (19:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick

Monday 22 June
Manchester City v Burnley (20:00 BST) Sky Sports

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Fred on the ball for Manchester United.
Our last clash with Sheffield United was certainly one to remember...

Tuesday 23 June
Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion (18:00 BST) Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (20:15 BST) Sky Sports

Wednesday 24 June
UNITED v Sheffield United (18:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick
Newcastle United v Aston Villa (18:00 BST) BT Sport
Norwich City v Everton (18:00 BST) BBC
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Bournemouth (18:00 BST) BT Sport
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (20:15 BST) Sky Sports 

Thursday 25 June
Burnley v Watford (18:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick
Southampton v Arsenal (18:00 BST) Sky Sports
Chelsea v Manchester City (20:15 BST) BT Sport

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Anthony Martial on the ball.
The Reds beat Brighton 3-1 in our previous meeting this season.

Saturday 27 June
Aston Villa v Wolverhampton Wanderers (12:30 BST) BT Sport

Sunday 28 June
Watford v Southampton (16:30 BST) Sky Sports

Monday 29 June
Crystal Palace v Burnley (20:00 BST) Amazon Prime 

Tuesday 30 June 

Brighton & Hove Albion v UNITED (20:15 BST) Sky Sports and Pick

Wednesday 1 July 
Arsenal v Norwich City (18:00 BST) BT Sport
Bournemouth v Newcastle United (18:00 BST) Sky Sports and Pick
Everton v Leicester City (18:00 BST) Sky Sports
West Ham United v Chelsea (20:15 BST) Sky Sports

Thursday 2 July
Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur (18:00 BST) Sky Sports
Manchester City v Liverpool (20:15 BST) Sky Sports
 
For fans outside the UK, please check local TV listings for broadcast details and kick-off times. We will update you as soon as the further fixtures are announced.

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