Premier League release TV schedule ahead of its return


We’re less than two weeks away from the return of Premier League football. It’s time to start getting excited.

It’s been almost three months since we watched Leicester thrash Aston Villa 4-0 on March 9. Little did we know back then we wouldn’t be watching any top-flight football in England until June.

However, after three very long months, it’s ready to return after the coronavirus pandemic.

And now for the foreseeable future, we will be sitting in front of our TV, staying safe and watching football.

In fact, sports presenter Max Rushden has now revealed the TV schedule for the next few weeks. From June 17 to July 2, there will be 36 matches to feast on!

Check out the schedule:

Wednesday, June 17

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United – 6pm SKY
Manchester City vs Arsenal – 8pm SKY

Friday, June 19

Norwich vs Southampton – 6pm SKY
Tottenham vs Manchester United – 8pm SKY

Saturday, June 20

Watford vs Leicester – 12:30pm BT SPORT
Brighton vs Arsenal – 3pm BT SPORT
West Ham vs Wolves – 5:30pm SKY
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – 7:45pm BBC

Sunday, June 21

Newcastle vs Sheffield United – 2pm SKY
Aston Villa vs Chelsea – 4:30pm SKY
Everton vs Liverpool – 7pm SKY

Monday, June 22

Manchester City vs Burnley – 8pm SKY

Tuesday, June 23

Southampton vs Arsenal – 6pm SKY
Tottenham vs West Ham – 8:15pm SKY

Wednesday, June 24

Manchester United vs Sheffield United – 6pm SKY
Newcastle vs Aston Villa – 6pm SKY
Norwich vs Everton – 6pm BBC
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – 8:15pm SKY

Thursday, June 25

Burnley vs Watford – 6pm SKY
Leicester vs Brighton – 6pm SKY
Chelsea vs Manchester City – 8:15pm BT SPORT
Wolves vs Bournemouth – 8:15pm BT SPORT

Saturday, June 27

FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Sheffield United vs Arsenal – 5pm BT SPORT
FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Norwich vs Manchester United – 8:15pm BBC

Sunday, June 28

Aston Villa vs Wolves – 12pm BT SPORT
FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Leicester vs Chelsea – 2:30pm BT SPORT
Watford vs Southampton – 4:30pm SKY
FA CUP QUARTER-FINAL: Newcastle vs Manchester City 6pm BT SPORT

Monday, June 29

Crystal Palace vs Burnley – 8pm AMAZON

Tuesday, June 30

Brighton vs Manchester United – 6pm SKY
Sheffield United vs Tottenham – 8:15pm SKY

Wednesday, July 1

Bournemouth vs Newcastle – 6pm SKY
Everton vs Leicester – 6pm SKY
West Ham vs Chelsea – 8:15pm SKY

Thursday, July 2

Arsenal vs Norwich – 6pm BT
Manchester City vs Liverpool – 8:15pm SKY

<p>Plan your football menu with this great guide to what match is on television via the <em><a href=”“>live football on tv</a></em> page. You can also see what legal streams are available in the UK including streaming options. As well as live tv fixtures, there is all the info on where to watch football from broadcasters such as Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime, BBC Sport and more.</p>

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