The Premier League is back following the coronavirus-enforced stoppage and there is good news for fans as all 92 remaining fixtures will be shown live in the UK. Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC will be screening live coverage as the season resumes behind closed doors.
And there is further good news for fans as 33 of the remaining games will be available to watch for free.
“We know it won’t be the same without our loyal supporters in stadiums but, together with our broadcast partners, we are able to ensure fans can watch or listen to each match live from home,” said Premier League chief executive Richard Masters.
“It is important that as many people as possible can access our games so we are extremely happy that more than a third of our remaining fixtures will be televised free-to-air here in the UK.”
There are several ways to watch and stream the action online. – read on to find out more.
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How to watch Premier League action this week
Sky Sports will be showing 64 of the remaining Premier League fixtures, with 25 being made free to air.
The free games can be found on Sky Pick (channel 159) and on Freeview (channel 144).
Existing Sky Sports customers can stream the events through the Sky Go app.
For those without a subscription, NOW TV are currently offering fans a Sky Sports pass at £25-a-month for the next three months.
BT Sport, which regularly shares Premier League rights with Sky Sports, will be showing 20 fixtures when the season restarts.
The broadcaster has not made any games free to watch, however, EE mobile customers can stream BT Sport coverage at no cost for three months, thanks to a subscription plan announced by the network.
The company said: “To say thanks for being with us, here’s a special sporting treat for our pay monthly mobile and tablet customers: three months’ free BT Sport on your EE phone and connected tablet. Just text SPORT to 150, register for a BT ID then download the BT Sport app and get watching!”
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BT Sport also offers a monthly pass for the BT Sport app at £25 per month with no contract.
The remaining eight fixtures will be shared equally between Amazon Prime and the BBC.
Showing Premier League football for the first time in its history, BBC games will be free for fans to watch with streaming available through the iPlayer app and on the broadcaster’s website.
Amazon provided Premier League coverage for the first time earlier this season and the company has decided to make its four additional games free to watch.
Usually, an Amazon Prime subscription is required but fans will be able to stream the action without one.
Which Premier League matches are free to watch?
Friday, June 19
Norwich vs Southampton (6pm) Sky Sports and Pick – Free to air
Saturday, June 20
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (7.45pm) BBC – Free to air
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle vs Sheffield United (2pm) Sky Sports and Pick – Free to air
Everton vs Liverpool (7pm) Sky Sports and Pick – Free to air
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