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Where to watch all the Premier League action and which games are free to air

Updated on 4:34pm GMT 6 June 2020
Where to watch all the Premier League action and which games are free to air
Alex Wrigley
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

The return of the Premier League is edging closer, and it seems that every day brings fresh news about his the rest of the season is going to play out.

We’ve already had the schedule for the first three weeks confirmed and we know that the teams will be adopting the temporary five substitutions rule.

Now, as we approach the final full week without Premier League action ahead of its June 17th restart, we have list of where the upcoming fixtures will be broadcast and which ones will be made free to air.

All of the remaining 92 Premier League matches will be televised, but Sky Sports have made 25 of them free to air, while Amazon Prime and BBC Sport are airing four matches apiece for no cost.

Sky will be televising their free to air games on the ‘Pick’ channel, which is channel 159 on Sky and 144 on Freeview.

Here’s a list of all the confirmed televised fixtures with the free to air matches bolded for your convenience! And remember, we’ll be providing betting tips, analysis and news for every game on our Premier League predictions page.

Televised Premier League and FA Cup matches

Wednesday, June 17th

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports

Manchester City vs Arsenal – Sky Sports

Friday, June 19th

Norwich vs Southampton – Sky Sports

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United – Sky Sports

Saturday, June 20th

Watford vs Leicester – BT Sport

Brighton vs Arsenal – BT Sport

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – BBC

Sunday, June 21st

Newcastle vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports

Aston Villa vs Chelsea – Sky Sports

Everton vs Liverpool – Sky Sports

Monday, June 22nd

Manchester City vs Burnley – Sky Sports

Tuesday, June 23rd

Southampton vs Arsenal – Sky Sports

Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham – Sky Sports

Wednesday, June 24th

Manchester United vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports

Newcastle vs Aston Villa – BT Sport

Norwich vs Everton – BBC

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – Sky Sports

Thursday, June 25th

Burnley vs Watford – Sky Sports

Leicester vs Brighton – Sky Sports

Chelsea vs Manchester City – Sky Sports

Wolves vs Bournemouth – BT Sport

Saturday, June 27th

Sheffield United vs Arsenal (FA Cup) – BT Sport

Norwich vs Manchester United (FA Cup) – BBC

Sunday, June 28th

Aston Villa vs Wolves – BT Sport

Leicester vs Chelsea (FA Cup) – BT Sport

Newcastle vs Manchester City (FA Cup) – BBC

Watford vs Southampton – Sky Sports

Monday, June 29th

Crystal Palace vs Burnley – Amazon Prime

Tuesday, June 30th

Brighton vs Manchester United – Sky Sports

Sheffield United vs Tottenham Hotspur – Sky Sports

Wednesday, July 1st

Bournemouth vs Newcastle – Sky Sports

Everton vs Leicester – Sky Sports

West Ham vs Chelsea – Sky Sports

Thursday, July 2nd

Arsenal vs Norwich – BT Sport

Manchester City vs Liverpool – Sky Sports

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