The 2019/20 Premier League is back and fans in the UK have more chances to watch the matches on TV than ever before.
The remaining 92 matches are being played behind closed doors but all will be shown live on TV in the UK. For the first time, 33 of the matches will be broadcast free-to air via Sky Pick, the BBC and Amazon Prime Video.
This will enable more UK fans to enjoy the Premier League action from their homes.
|19 Jun||18:00||Norwich v Southampton||Sky Pick|
|20 Jun||15:00||AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace||BBC|
|21 Jun||14:00||Newcastle United v Sheff Utd||Sky Pick|
|21 Jun||19:00||Everton v Liverpool||Sky Pick|
|22 Jun||20:00||Man City v Burnley||Sky Pick|
|24 Jun||18:00||Man Utd v Sheff Utd||Sky Pick|
|24 Jun||18:00||Norwich v Everton||BBC|
|25 Jun||18:00||Burnley v Watford||Sky Pick|
|28 Jun||16:30||Watford v Southampton||Sky Pick|
|29 Jun||20:00||Crystal Palace v Burnley||Prime Video|
|30 Jun||20:15||Man Utd v Brighton||Sky Pick|
|1 Jul||18:00||AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle||Sky Pick|
|4 Jul||15:00||Leicester v Crystal Palace||Sky Pick|
|5 Jul||12:00||Burnley v Sheff Utd||Sky Pick|
|5 Jul||19:00||Southampton v Man City||BBC|
|7 Jul||18:00||Watford v Norwich||Sky Pick|
|9 Jul||18:00||AFC Bournemouth v Spurs||Sky Pick|
|9 Jul||18:00||Everton v Southampton||Prime Video|
|11 Jul||15:00||Watford v Newcastle||Prime Video|
|12 Jul||12:00||Wolves v Everton||Sky Pick|
|12 Jul||19:00||AFC Bournemouth v Leicester||Sky Pick|
|13 Jul||20:00||Man Utd v Southampton||Sky Pick|
|15 Jul||18:00||Burnley v Wolves||BBC|
|15 Jul||18:00||Man City v AFC Bournemouth||Sky Pick|
|16 Jul||18:00||Leicester v Sheff Utd||Sky Pick|
|18 Jul||17:30||Norwich v Burnley||Sky Pick|
|20 Jul||18:00||Brighton v Newcastle||Sky Pick|
|20 Jul||18:00||Sheff Utd v Everton||Prime Video|
UK viewers without a Sky Sports subscription can access Pick on Freeview channel 11, Freesat Channel 144, Sky Channel 159, or Virgin Media Channel 165.
Prime Video has confirmed that all four of its matches will be made available free of charge, with fans not needing a Prime membership to view.
For the first time, UK fans will have the chance to watch the matches on Twitch, as Prime Video make them available at twitch.tv/primevideo/videos.
"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 Richard Masters, the Premier League Chief Executive.
"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."