It’s been tough having no football to watch during the last few months of lockdown, but the Premier League is finally back with fixtures confirmed for the remaining games of the season and lots to play for across the top flight.
The latest update from the Premier League has revealed another batch of matches on TV, filling out a packed schedule that takes us all the way up to the middle of July.
Liverpool boast a commanding lead over Manchester City in the title race, meaning the Reds could cross the finish line very shortly after the restart, while Leicester trail the top pair.
Chelsea remain in pole position for a Champions League spot but Manchester United clicked into red-hot form prior to lockdown and will hope to pick up where they left off.
Outsiders Wolves and Sheffield United remain in the hunt for success following dazzling seasons from both sides, while North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham linger just outside the top six and must pick up the pace if they are to secure a Europa League berth.
Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich will be determined to make the most of Project Restart. They were in danger of being automatically relegated had the season been ended prematurely, but now they face the fight of a lifetime to scramble clear with West Ham, Watford and Brighton also deep in the mix.
Now TV has a Sports Pass for £25 a month to help you watch the remaining games – more on that below as we explain what to watch where.
Check out the full list of Premier League fixtures, times and channels for all remaining games in 2019/20.
When do the Premier League matches start and end?
The Premier League officially returned on Wednesday 17th June 2020, exactly 100 days after the last game took place in March.
The three-month break is longer than a regular off-season for the Premier League, meaning players will have had to maintain their fitness throughout or face being left behind once the action resumes.
All of the remaining 92 games will be played in a six-week window – including three rounds of midweek matches – with the 2019/20 season set to end on Sunday 26th July 2020, barring any hiccups along the way.
Which TV channels will they be on?
“I swear, you’ll never see anything like this ever again!” Martin Tyler, Sky Sports commentator, seconds after Sergio Aguero slammed home the title-winner for Manchester City in 2012…
Or was he talking about the fact we have 92 live games of Premier League football to take place on almost every day of the week for the next two months?
You will have heard the term unprecedented on an unprecedented scale during ‘these unprecedented times’, but you could easily apply it to the situation the Premier League now finds itself in.
We’ve got nine full match weeks of top flight football goodness to absorb in the coming months, and every single game will be beamed live to the nation – every single one of them.
Sky Sports and BT Sport have claimed the lion’s…