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Broadcasters carve up 92 Premier League live games

The Premier League is set to resume on June 17th with all 92 games all set to be broadcast.

Two matches will be played on 17th June – Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal. Every team will have then played 29 matches, and it is expected than the remaining 90 matches will be played out over the course of 6 weeks, with the first full fixture list being played on the weekend of June 19th – 21st.

Friday game will be played at 8 pm

Four games will be played on Saturdays at 12.30pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 8pm with four games on Sundays at 12pm, 2pm, 4.30pm, 7pm

There will be a game on Monday 8 pm with six midweek games on

Tuesday – 6pm, 8pm
Wednesday 
– 6pm, 8pm
Thursday
 – 6pm, 8pm

64 of the remaining fixtures will air on Sky Sports – with 25 of them being free-to-air, including Liverpool vs Everton on the first weekend of resumption. An additional 4 games will be shown for free on BBC, whilst 4 games will also be streamed on Amazon Prime Video. The remaining twenty games will be on BT Sport, who currently have no plans to make any games available for free.

 

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