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The Premier League is back! How to watch all 92 remaining Premier League games

Football is back on TV - this is how to watch it.

The Premier League is back! How to watch all 92 remaining Premier League games

100 days. 100 long days. That is how long we have waited for the Premier League to return, but it is back!

Granted, it's a little different. There won't be any supporters in the stadiums and crowd noise is now courtesy of the FIFA video game (seriously, Sky is using a system called Atmospheric Audio, with EA supplying 13 hours of sounds) but the Premier League is bloody well back and we couldn't be more excited.

The first game to take place (and will forever be a pub trivia question) is Aston Villa v Sheffield United. But, where can you watch it? And for that matter, how and where can you watch the remaining 92 games.

We are hoping that the answer to this, before the season ends, is down the pub. But until then, here are all the fixtures you need to know about. Some of which haven't been finalised yet but we've listed them anyway.

Before we get into the fixtures, the following guides may also help you with your footie fix...

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How to watch the remaining Premier League games

Here are the remaining Premier League games and how to watch them. It is worth noting that 33 games are free to air, either on the BBC or through Pick (available on Freeview). Amazon also has four games to watch - its first will be on 29 June.

June 17 (Wednesday)
  • Aston Villa v Sheffield United 6pm – SKY
  • Manchester City v Arsenal 8:15pm – SKY
June 19 (Friday)
  • Norwich v Southampton 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
  • Tottenham v Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY
June 20 (Saturday)
  • 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
June 21(Sunday)
  • 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)
June 22 (Monday)
  • Manchester City v Burnley 8pm – SKY
June 23 (Tuesday)
  • Leicester v Brighton 6pm – SKY
  • Tottenham v West Ham 8.15pm – SKY
June 24 (Wednesday)
  • 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
June 25 (Thursday)
  • Burnley v Watford 6pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
  • Southampton v Arsenal 6pm – SKY
  • Chelsea v Manchester City 8.15pm – BT
June 27 (Saturday)
  • Aston Villa v Wolves 12:30pm – BT
June 28 (Sunday)
  • Watford v Southampton 4.30pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
June 29 (Monday)
  • Crystal Palace v Burnley 8pm – AMAZON
June 30 (Tuesday)
  • Brighton v Manchester United 8:15pm – SKY/Pick (free-to-air)
July 1 (Wednesday)
  • 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
July 2 (Thursday)
  • Sheffield United v Tottenham 6pm – SKY
  • Manchester City v Liverpool 8.15pm – SKY

Remaining Premier League Games: TV fixtures to be announced

4 July (3pm, Saturday)

  • Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth
  • Burnley v Sheffield United
  • Leicester City v Crystal Palace
  • Newcastle United v West Ham
  • Norwich City v Brighton
  • Southampton v Manchester City
  • Spurs v Everton
  • Chelsea v Watford
  • Liverpool v Aston Villa
  • Wolves v Arsenal
8 July (8pm, Wednesday)
  • Crystal Palace v Chelsea
  • AFC Bournemouth v Spurs
  • Everton v Southampton
  • Man City v Newcastle United
  • Watford v Norwich City
  • West Ham v Burnley
  • Arsenal v Leicester City
  • Sheffield United v Wolves
  • Aston Villa v Man Utd
  • Brighton v Liverpool
11 July (3pm, Saturday)
  • Liverpool v Burnley
  • AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City
  • Man Utd v Southampton
  • Norwich City v West Ham
  • Watford v Newcastle United
  • Wolves v Everton
  • Brighton v Man City
  • Sheffield United v Chelsea
  • Spurs v Arsenal
  • Aston Villa v Crystal Palace
15 July (8pm, Wednesday)
  • Arsenal v Liverpool
  • Burnley v Wolves
  • Chelsea v Norwich City
  • Crystal Palace v Man Utd
  • Everton v Aston Villa
  • Leicester City v Sheffield United
  • Man City v AFC Bournemouth
  • Newcastle United v Spurs
  • Southampton v Brighton
  • West Ham v Watford
18 July 2020 (3pm, Saturday)
  • AFC Bournemouth v Southampton
  • Aston Villa v Arsenal
  • Brighton v Newcastle United
  • Liverpool v Chelsea
  • Man Utd v West Ham
  • Norwich City v Burnley
  • Sheffield United v Everton
  • Spurs v Leicester City
  • Watford v Man City
  • Wolves v Crystal Palace
26 July 2020 (3pm, Sunday)
  • 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

Less than £1 a day!
Less than £1 a day!
3 months of Sky Sports for £25
Sky is doing a cracking deal at the moment - get Sky Sports for just £25.99 for the next three months through NOW TV - so you can watch the majority of games.
Get Sky Sports on NOW TV now