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Football | Premier League 2019/20 | Full Premier League schedule and what games not to miss – Latest

By Neil Leverett

  • Updated Premier League fixture list through until end of July
  • All remaining top flight games to be shown live on Sky Sports, Amazon Prime, BT Sport or BBC Sport
  • Nine remaining Game-weeks to be completed between 19 June and weekend of 26 July
PREMIER LEAGUE, ENGLAND – With nine Game-weeks of the 2019/20 season to go, what Premier League games are the ones not to miss and where can you watch them?


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After Wednesday night’s Premier League return, nine Game-weeks remain of the 2019/20 season and with little or no rest between games for all clubs, the next six weeks are set to be a frenetic dash to the end of July – for some more than others.

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So what is left to determine, and what games stand out from the still to be completed calendar?


The fixtures

After its’ grand re-opening in midweek at Villa Park and the Etihad Stadium, 90 games remain of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign, with all games to be broadcast live on one of four platforms.

Whilst Sky Sports and BT Sport will carry the majority of games as per the norm, both Amazon Prime and the BBC will also dip their toes into the live top tier pool, with the latter sampling it for the first time with four live games to be broadcast, one of which most recently announced to be Manchester City’s trip to Southampton on 5 July.

As Freeview channel Pick will be carrying a selection of games on Sky, every Gameweek will provide viewers with at least three live offerings, allowing fans still forced to stay away from grounds during the coronavirus pandemic the chance to join in and share what will be a unique experience for many.

Here is the full list of games up until Monday 13 July – to be updated


Friday 19th June

Norwich v Southampton (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Tottenham v Manchester United (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 20th June

Watford v Leicester (12:30pm) BT Sport

Brighton v Arsenal (3pm) BT Sport

West Ham v Wolves (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (7:45pm) BBC FREE TO AIR

Sunday 21st June

Newcastle v Sheffield United (2pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Aston Villa v Chelsea (4:15pm) Sky Sports

Everton v Liverpool (7pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Monday 22nd June

Man City v Burnley (8pm) Sky Sports

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Tuesday 23rd June

Leicester v Brighton (6pm) Sky Sports

Tottenham v West Ham (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Wednesday 24th June

Manchester United v Sheffield United (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Newcastle v Aston Villa (6pm) BT Sport

Norwich v Everton (6pm) BBC FREE TO AIR

Wolves v Bournemouth (6pm) BT Sport

Liverpool v Crystal Palace (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Thursday 25th June

Burnley v Watford (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Southampton v Arsenal (6pm) Sky Sports

Chelsea v Man City (8:15pm) BT Sport

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Saturday 27th June

Aston Villa v Wolves (12:30pm) BT Sport

Sunday 28th June

Watford v Southampton (4:30pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Monday 29th June

Crystal Palace v Burnley (8pm) Amazon Prime FREE TO AIR

Tuesday 30th June

Brighton v Manchester United (8:15pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Wednesday 1st July

Bournemouth v Newcastle (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Arsenal v Norwich (6pm) BT Sport

Everton v Leicester (6pm) Sky Sports

West Ham v Chelsea (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Thursday 2nd July

Sheffield United v Tottenham (6pm) Sky Sports

Man City v Liverpool (8:15pm) Sky Sports

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Saturday 4th July

Norwich v Brighton (12:30pm) BT Sport

Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Man Utd v Bournemouth (3pm) BT Sport

Wolves v Arsenal (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Chelsea v Watford (8pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 5th July

Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Newcastle v West Ham (2pm) Sky Sports

Liverpool v Aston Villa (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Southampton v Man City (7pm) BBC FREE TO AIR

Monday 6th July

Tottenham v Everton (8pm) Sky Sports

Tuesday 7th July

Crystal Palace v Chelsea (6pm) Sky Sports

Watford v Norwich (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Arsenal v Leicester (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Wednesday 8th July

Man City v Newcastle (6pm) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Wolves (6pm) Sky Sports

West Ham v Burnley (6pm) BT Sport

Brighton v Liverpool (8:15pm) Sky Sports

Thursday 9th July

Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Everton v Southampton (6pm) Amazon Prime FREE TO AIR

Aston Villa v Man Utd (8:15pm) Sky Sports

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Saturday 11th July

Norwich v West Ham (12:30pm) BT Sport

Watford v Newcastle (12:30pm) Amazon Prime FREE TO AIR

Liverpool v Burnley (3pm) BT Sport

Sheffield United v Chelsea (5:30pm) Sky Sports

Brighton v Man City (8pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 12th July

Wolves v Everton (12pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (2pm) Sky Sports

Tottenham v Arsenal (4:30pm) Sky Sports

Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR

Monday 13th July

Man Utd v Southampton (8pm) Sky Sports/Pick TV FREE TO AIR


Ones to watch

The full opening weekend throws up a number of intriguing clashes, not least Manchester United’s trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Friday 19 June, 8:15pm, Sky Sports) where an again-fit Harry Kane and Son Heung-min will be keen to boast their wares for Jose Mourinho.

A former United boss himself, the Portuguese may have to contend with a midfield of both Paul Pogba and compatriot Bruno Fernandes within its’ ranks, as the latter look to continue where he left off, having revitalised the Red Devils since his arrival from Sporting Clube de Portugal in January.

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The following day brings with it a day of history with the first-ever televised game to broadcast live at 3pm on Saturday between Brighton & Hove Albion and Arsenal (Saturday 20 June, 3pm, BT Sport), whilst the evening offering of AFC Bournemouth and Crystal Palace will be the first live Premier League game to shown on terrestrial television and will be an occasion in itself (Saturday June 20, 7:45pm BBC One).

Sunday rounds off re-start weekend with the Merseyside derby, as Jurgen Klopp‘s Liverpool attempt to close on their inaugural Premier League crown (Sunday June 21, 7pm, Sky Sports/Pick TV).

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Elsewhere in the schedule, Spurs entertain a West Ham United side battling to stave off relegation (Tuesday 23 June, Sky Sports, 8:15pm), Chelsea host Manchester City (Thursday 25 June, BT Sport, 8:15pm), whilst the champions then clash with soon-to-be-conquering Reds seven days later (Thursday 2 July, Sky Sports, 8:15pm).

Arsenal play Leicester City in a game that regularly brings with it a glut of goals (Tuesday 7 July, Sky Sports, 8:15pm), with the Gunners then making the short trip across the capital to face the Lilywhites in the North London derby the following Sunday tea time (Sunday 12 July, Sky Sports, 4:30pm).


The 2019/20 Premier League season continues until the weekend of 26 July 2020.


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