Tottenham vs Manchester United set for Friday June 19
The Times dropped information regarding the upcoming Premier League fixture list for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
The Premier League is set to return on June 17.
Sky will screen the first matches when the league restarts on June 17; Aston Villa v Sheffield United at 6pm and Manchester City v Arsenal at 8pm, and is also set to show Tottenham v Manchester United on the evening of Friday 19.
BT Sport’s first game is likely to be Watford v Leicester City on the Saturday lunchtime.
Premier League: Gameweek 30 fixtures
The Premier League in March, the fixture list was as follows.
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
Aston Villa v Chelsea
Brighton v Arsenal
Everton v Liverpool
Manchester City v Burnley
Newcastle United v Sheffield United
Norwich City v Southampton
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Watford v Leicester City
West Ham United v Wolverhampton
When will the Premier League confirm the fixture list for the rest of the 2019-20 season?
“The Premier League is close to presenting a provisional fixture list for the remainder of the season to its clubs”. The clubs will discuss the fixtures at today’s latest Project Restart meeting, it’s unclear when a provisional schedule will actually be made public.
There are still 92 matches remaining in the league.
Aside from the final day of the season, which will see 10 matches all played at the same time, the remaining 82 Premier League fixtures will all have individual time slots so each game can be broadcast live.
The games will either air on Sky, BT Sport, Amazon Prime or BBC.