Sky Sports will be broadcasting a host of Premier League matches for free now that the top-flight has finally returned.
Following a three-month break due to the COVID-19 lockdown, the Premier League has recommenced.
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This season’s remaining games will be played behind closed doors and thus, the 92 remaining fixtures will all be shown on TV.
Sky Sports, BT Sport, the BBC and Amazon are sharing the rights with Sky showing the lion’s share.
The company have 64 to show in total and will make 25 free-to-air on Sky One and Pick including Leicester vs Crystal Palace and Burnley vs Sheffield United this weekend.
Thursday’s matches – Sheffield United vs Tottenham and Manchester City vs Liverpool – are on Sky Sports but are not free-to-air.
Pick is available on channel 159 on Sky and 144 on Freeview.
Here’s a full rundown of the free Sky games coming up…
More to be confirmed
- Norwich 0-3 Southampton, Friday, June 19 – 6pm
- Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United, Sunday, June 21 – 2pm
- Everton 0-0 Liverpool, Sunday, June 21 – 7pm
- Manchester United 3-0 Sheffield United, Wednesday, June 24 – 6pm
- Burnley 1-0 Watford, Thursday, June 25 – 6pm
- Watford 1-3 Southampton, Sunday, June 28 – 4.30pm
- Brighton 0-3 Manchester United, Tuesday June, 30 – 8:15pm
- Bournemouth 1-4 Newcastle, Wednesday, July 1 – 6pm
- Leicester vs Crystal Palace, Saturday, July 4 – 3pm
- Burnley vs Sheffield Utd, Sunday, July 5 – 12pm
- Watford vs Norwich, Tuesday, July 7 – 6pm
- Bournemouth vs Tottenham, Thursday, July 9 – 6pm
- Wolves vs Everton, Sunday, July 12 – 12pm
- Bournemouth vs Leicester, Sunday, July 12 – 7pm
- Man United vs Southampton, Monday, July 13 – 8pm
Where can I listen to Premier League commentaries?
On talkSPORT, of course!
talkSPORT will provide the best live radio commentaries in the UK for the remaining matches.
Confirmed fixtures on talkSPORT for this week include Norwich v Brighton, Manchester United v Bournemouth, Leicester v Crystal Palace, Wolves v Arsenal and Chelsea v Watford.
We will also be bringing you a host of other games live over the coming weeks which will be confirmed at a later date.