Premier League fixtures UPDATED: Next schedule announced with matches nearly EVERY day and Man Utd on FREE TV

THE Premier League have released the next few rounds of fixtures with games virtually every day and Manchester United live on free TV.

The first three full ‘matchweeks’ had already been announced up until July 2.

The Premier League fixtures have been confirmed for the next part of the 2019/20 season

But now fans know exactly when their teams will be in action for the next part of the campaign, rounds 33, 34 and 35, with the whole season expected to end on July 26.

The first match of the new set of games released is the lunchtime kick-off on July 4 as Norwich host Brighton in a relegation six-pointer before Manchester United host Bournemouth on BT at 3pm.

Manchester City’s trip to Southampton the following day will be shown live on the BBC before midweek clashes which will have major impacts on both the European places and who stays up.

That full midweek fixture list in store for July 7, 8 and 9 includes Watford vs Norwich, Arsenal vs Leicester, Sheffield United vs Wolves and Bournemouth vs Tottenham.

Fast forward to July 12 and the 4.30pm kick-off on Super Sunday will be the North London derby at White Hart Lane, one of four live games that day, finishing with Bournemouth vs Leicester.

Monday Night Football on July 13 sees United host Southampton on Sky Sports and also on their free Pick channel.

The Premier League confirmed at the end of May that the season would get back underway yesterday as Aston Villa hosted a 0-0 draw with Sheffield United before Manchester City stormed past Arsenal in the pouring rain.

All 20 teams have now played 29 with nine fixtures remaining for each club.

The 90 games still to play – all behind closed doors – will be live on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon Prime — with 33 matches free to air.

Even though Liverpool are on the brink of a maiden Premier League title – two wins will be enough – there is still plenty to play for at both ends of the table.

Manchester City’s impending Uefa ban could mean fifth is good enough for a spot in the Champions League next season.

Saturday July 4

Norwich vs Brighton 12.30pm – BT

Leicester vs C Palace 3pm – Sky / Pick

Man Utd vs Bournemouth 3pm – BT

Wolves vs Arsenal 5.30pm – Sky

Chelsea vs Watford 8pm – Sky

Sunday July 5

Burnley vs Sheff Utd 12pm – Sky / Pick

Newcastle vs West Ham 2pm – Sky

Liverpool vs Aston Villa 4.30pm – Sky

Southampton vs Man City 7pm – BBC

Monday July 6

Tottenham vs Everton 8pm – Sky

Tuesday July 7

C Palace vs Chelsea 6pm – Sky

Watford vs Norwich 6pm – Sky / Pick

Arsenal vs Leicester 8.15pm – Sky

Wednesday July 8

Man City vs Newcastle 6pm – BT

Sheff Utd vs Wolves 6pm – Sky

West Ham vs Burnley 6pm – BT

Brighton vs Liverpool 8.15pm – Sky

Thursday July 9

Bournemouth vs Tottenham 6pm – Sky / Pick

Everton vs Southampton 6pm – Prime

Aston Villa vs Man Utd 8.15pm – Sky

Saturday July 11

Norwich vs West Ham 12.30pm – BT

Watford vs Newcastle 12.30pm – Prime

Liverpool vs Burnley 3pm – BT

Sheff Utd vs Chelsea 5.30pm – Sky

Brighton vs Man City 8pm – Sky

Sunday July 12

Wolves vs Everton 12pm – Sky / Pick

Aston Villa vs C Palace 2pm – Sky

Tottenham vs Arsenal 4.30pm – Sky

Bournemouth vs Leicester 7pm – Sky / Pick

Monday July 13

Man Utd vs Southampton 8pm – Sky / Pick

As things stand, Leicester City, Chelsea and Manchester United would be in but Wolves, Sheffield United, Tottenham and even Arsenal – back in ninth – remain in with a chance.

At the bottom, meanwhile, Norwich need to hit the ground running as they sit six points adrift of safety.

Aston Villa are 19th on 26 points with Bournemouth, Watford and West Ham all on 27 and Brighton on 29.


By: Joshua Jones
Title: Premier League fixtures UPDATED: Next schedule announced with matches nearly EVERY day and Man Utd on FREE TV
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Published Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2020 19:21:45 +0000