BBC will broadcast Bournemouth and Norwich City’s respective home games against Crystal Palace and Everton, as Premier League announces full TV scheduling details for first three rounds of 2019-20 season resumption.
BBC’s first-ever live Premier League broadcast will see relegation battling Bournemouth host Crystal Palace on Saturday 20 June, with a 7:45pm (BST) kick-off on BBC One.
The current highlights holder will then air Norwich’s home tie against Everton five days later with a 6pm (BST) kick-off, also scheduled to be broadcast on BBC One.
Sky Sports meanwhile will air 22 matches across the first three weeks, including the Merseyside derby on Sunday 21 June with 7pm (BST) kick-off which will available for free on Pick TV.
Other highlights include a potentially decisive clash between Manchester United and Sheffield United in the race for fifth, whilst relegation chasing West Ham face Tottenham and Chelsea in two mouth-watering London derbies.
Sky will also broadcast the two rearranged games from Carabao Cup Final weekend as the resumption openers on 17 June, with Aston Villa hosting Sheffield Utd (6pm) before Arsenal then face Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium with a 8pm kick-off.
BT will air seven games across these three rounds, including the first-ever Premier League 3pm (BST) UK broadcast on 20 June as Brighton take on Arsenal at the Amex.
Amazon Prime will broadcast only one game within the first three weeks, which sees Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace take on Burnley at Selhurst Park on 29 June as both teams battle for a Europa League spot.
Fixture details for this season’s FA Cup rescheduled Quarter-Finals have also been released, which will see BT Sport screen Arsenal’s trip to Sheffield United (1pm) and Leicester’s clash against Chelsea (4pm) on 28 June in a double header.
BBC One will show Norwich’s clash against Man Utd at Carrow Road on 27 June with 5:30pm (BST) kick-off, before broadcasting Man City’s trip to Newcastle the following evening with a 6:30pm (BST) kick-off.
Fixture details for Rounds 33-38 will be released at a later date.
Full details of kick-off times can be found below with the TV channel showing each specific match found within brackets. FA Cup matches can be found in Italics. All times are BST.
Wednesday 17 June
6pm – Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports)
8pm – Manchester City vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Friday 19 June
6pm – Norwich vs Southampton (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
8:15pm – Tottenham vs Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Saturday 20 June
12:30pm – Watford vs Leicester (BT Sport)
3:00pm – Brighton vs Arsenal (BT Sport)
5:30pm – West Ham v Wolves (Sky Sports)
7:45pm – Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (BBC One)
Sunday 21 June
2:00pm – Newcastle vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
4:15pm – Aston Villa vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
7pm – Everton vs Liverpool (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
Monday 22 June
8:00pm – Manchester City vs Burnley (Sky Sports)
Tuesday 23 June
6:00pm – Leicester vs Brighton (Sky Sports)
8:15pm – Tottenham vs West Ham (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 23 June
6:00pm – Manchester United vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
6:00pm – Newcastle vs Aston Villa (BT Sports)
6:00pm – Norwich vs Everton (BBC)
6:00pm – Wolves vs Bournemouth (BT Sport)
8:15pm – Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
Thursday 25 June
6pm – Burnley vs Watford (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
6:00pm – Southampton vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
8:15pm – Chelsea vs Manchester City (BT Sport)
Saturday 27 June
12:00pm – Aston Villa vs Wolves (BT Sport)
5:30pm – Norwich vs Manchester United (BBC One)
Sunday 28 June
1:00pm – Sheffield United vs Arsenal (BT Sport)
4:00pm – Leicester vs Chelsea (BT Sport)
4:30pm – Watford vs Southampton (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
6:30pm – Newcastle vs Manchester City (BBC One)
Monday 29 June
8:00pm – Crystal Palace vs Burnley (Amazon Prime)
Tuesday 30 June
8:15pm – Brighton vs Manchester United (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
Wednesday 1 July
6:00pm – Arsenal vs Norwich (BT Sports)
6:00pm – Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Sky Sports/Pick TV)
6:00pm – Everton vs Leicester (Sky Sports)
8:15pm – West Ham vs Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Thursday 2 July
6:00pm – Sheffield United vs Tottenham (Sky Sports)
8:15pm – Manchester City vs Liverpool (Sky Sports)