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Premier League action is back and you can watch a grand total of 33 matches live on TV for FREE.

Norwich vs Southampton was the first of 33 top-flight matches that will be shown live on TV for free as part of Project Restart.

The Premier League resumed after a three-month absence on Wednesday, June 17 with all fixtures played behind closed doors, as Man City beat Arsenal 3-0 and Aston Villa drew with Sheffield United.

But it means football fans will be treated to a televised bonanza with all 92 matches broadcast across four different platforms.

Sky Sports will air 64 live fixtures including 25 of those on free-to-air channels, including Pick.

BBC Sport will show a further four live matches for the first time since the Premier League’s inception in 1992 to viewers at no extra cost.

Amazon Prime will show four matches for free on their streaming service while BT Sport have rights to the remaining 20 matches.

And, with the first two weeks of fixtures revealed, Cherries’ clash against Roy Hodgson’s Eagles at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday June 20 is set to be the first free-to-air tie.

The 7.45pm kick-off will the BBC’s first-ever live Premier League game.

The following day Sky will screen the first pair of its free games, starting with Newcastle vs Sheffield Utd and then the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool… which could see the Reds crowned champions.

While Amazon’s first free game will feature Palace again on Monday, June 29 at 8pm, this time at home to Burnley.

FREE TELEVISED MATCHES
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace – BBC, Sat June 20, 7.45

Newcastle vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports, Sun June 21, 2pm

Everton vs Liverpool – Sky Sports, Sun June 21, 7pm

Norwich vs Everton – BBC, Weds June 24, 6pm

Burnley vs Watford – Sky Sports, Thurs June 25, 6pm

Leicester vs Brighton – Sky Sports, Thurs June 25, 6pm

Norwich vs Man Utd (FA Cup quarter) – BBC, Sat June 27, 8.15pm

Watford vs Southampton – Sky Sports, Sun June 28, 4.30pm

Newcastle vs Man City (FA Cup quarter) – BBC, Sun June 28, 6.30pm

Crystal Palace vs Burnley – Amazon, Mon Jun 29, 8pm

Brighton vs Man Utd – Sky Pick, Tuesday June 30, 8.15pm

Bournemouth vs Newcastle, Sky Pick, Wednesday July 1, 6pm

Leicester vs Palace, Sky Pick, Saturday July 4, 3pm

Burnley vs Sheffield United, Sky Pick, Sunday July 5, 12pm

Southampton vs Man City, BBC, Sunday July 5, 7pm

Watford vs Norwich, Sky Pick, Tuesday July 7, 6pm

Bournemouth vs Tottenham, Sky Pick, Thursday July 9, 6pm

Wolves vs Everton, Sky Pick, Sunday July 12, 12pm

Bournemouth vs Leicester, Sky Pick, Sunday July 12, 7pm

Man Utd vs Southampton, Sky Pick, Monday July 13, 8pm

Because of the amount of football to be completed, the traditional 3pm Saturday blackout has been lifted for the remainder of the season.

Premier League chiefs have spent months locked in negotiations on how to safely recommence the campaign while attempting to appease supporters unable to attend matches.

To ensure the season is completed by its August 1 target, five matches are set to be played back-to-back on each Saturday and Sunday.

That involves kick-offs starting at midday, then 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.

Games will then also be played on weekdays while attempting to strike a balance between spreading games out for live broadcast and helping players avoid injury due to an overcrowded schedule.

Premier League free remaining fixtures – TV times confirmed
Friday, June 19

Saturday, June 20

Sunday, June 21

Wednesday June 24
Thursday June 25
Sunday June 28
Monday June 29
Tuesday June 30
Wednesday July 1
Saturday July 4
Sunday July 5
Tuesday July 7
Thursday July 9
Sunday July 12
Monday July 13

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