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    Premier League TV guide

    Wednesday 17 June
    Aston Villa vs Sheffield United - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Manchester City vs Arsenal - 6pm, Sky Sports

    Friday 19 June
    Norwich vs Southampton - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Tottenham vs Manchester United - 8pm, Sky Sports

    Saturday 20 June
    Watford vs Leicester - 12.30pm, BT Sport
    Brighton vs Arsenal - 3pm, BT Sport
    West Ham vs Wolves - 5.30pm, Sky Sports
    Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace - 7.45pm, BBC

    Sunday 21 June
    Newcastle vs Sheffield United - 2pm, Sky Sports
    Aston Villa vs Chelsea - 4.30pm, Sky Sports
    Everton vs Liverpool - 7pm, Sky Sports

    Monday 22 June
    Manchester City vs Burnley - 8pm, Sky Sports

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    Tuesday 23 June
    Southampton vs Arsenal - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Tottenham vs West Ham - 8.15pm, Sky Sports

    Wednesday 24 June
    Manchester United vs Sheffield United - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Newcastle vs Aston Villa - 6pm, BT Sport
    Norwich vs Everton - 6pm, BBC
    Liverpool vs Crystal Palace - 8.15pm, Sky Sports

    Thursday 25 June
    Burnley vs Watford - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Leicester vs Brighton - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Chelsea vs Manchester City - 8.15pm, Sky Sports
    Wolves vs Bournemouth - 8.15pm, BT Sport

    Sunday 28 June
    Aston Villa vs Wolves - 12pm, BT Sport
    Watford vs Southampton - 4.30pm, Sky Sports

    Monday 29 June
    Crystal Palace vs Burnley - 8pm, Amazon

    Tuesday 30 June
    Brighton vs Manchester United - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Sheffield United vs Tottenham - 8.15pm, Sky Sports

    Wednesday 1 July
    Bournemouth vs Newcastle - 6pm, Sky Sports
    Everton vs Leicester - 6pm, Sky Sports
    West Ham vs Chelsea - 8.15pm, Sky Sports

    Thursday 2 July
    Arsenal vs Norwich - 6pm, BT Sport
    Manchester City vs Liverpool - 8.15pm, Sky Sports

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    Saturday 27 June
    Sheffield United vs Arsenal - 5pm, BT Sport
    Norwich vs Manchester United - 8.15pm BBC

    Sunday 28 June
    Leicester vs Chelsea - 2.30pm, BT Sport
    Newcastle vs Manchester City - 4pm, BBC

    Saturday 18 July
    Semi-final 1 - opponents, time and channel TBC

    Saturday 19 July
    Semi-final 2 - opponents, time and channel TBC

    Saturday 1 August
    Final - opponents and time TBC, BT Sport and BBC

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    Will Sky be making games available for free?
    Yes, it will. It has announced that the Merseyside derby will be available free-to-air: that occasion could see Liverpool crowned Premier League champions for the first time. It will take place on Sunday June 21 at 7pm.

    Sky will put it on the free-to-air ‘Pick’ Channel and simulcast on Sky Sports. Pick is 159 on Sky and 144 on Freeview.

    25 games on Sky will be free-to-air. You can see them below

    Is BT following suit?
    No, at time of writing BT Sport is not going to make any games available for free.

    What about Amazon?
    The newest entrant to the Premier League right landscape, Amazon Prime has got four matches and they are going to make all four of them available for free, i.e. you will not need to be a paying member of Amazon Prime. Gawd bless ya Mr Bezos.

    However, it's not yet quite clear if you will need an Amazon account or to give your details - because Amazon is not on any TV channel it will require either a smart TV or a laptop/tablet/mobile so you would be surprised if there was not some email address required at the least.

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    Thanks Cayton. Can you add the US coverage details please

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    Villa v Blades on 17th June looks good.
    Thatís if I can be rsed to watch at all.
    Letís hope no more players test positive between now and when Liverpool get crowned Champions.

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    I'll be watching. Before the fk premiership posters come on.

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    Best thing to happen for Sport getting the Premiership up and running even if itís behind closed doors.
    My moneyís on Liverpool..😂

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    Thank goodness I only pay a couple of quid for BT sports. They seem to have got all the games that nobody else wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CASPER-64-FRANK View Post
    Villa v Blades on 17th June looks good.
    That’s if I can be rsed to watch at all.
    Let’s hope no more players test positive between now and when Liverpool get crowned Champions.
    Hallelujah on that

    The return of a shoddy product isn't cause for celebration.

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