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Full Premier League live stream schedule – every game on BBC, Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon

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After three months, plenty of isolated training and a lot of discussion, the Premier League is officially back to work - just like many of us up and down the country. 

There are 92 games left to go. That's the matches that League Cup finalists  Manchester City and Aston Villa had to postpone in early March, thanks to a trip to Wembley - against Arsenal and Sheffield United, respectively - plus the final nine rounds of fixtures for each Premier League club.

On top of that, there are other trips to Wembley to consider. The FA Cup is down to its last eight teams: the oldest cup competition on Earth will recommence too, with the final pencilled in for August 1. As you can imagine, this will be the latest in the year that the FA Cup final has ever taken place, in its long and illustrious history. 

So with a summer of football to enjoy - and not quite the football we thought we'd be enjoying during Summer 2020 - let's run through all the matches we have to look forward to.

Full Premier League fixture schedule

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

Tuesday, June 23

Leicester vs Brighton 6pm – Sky Sports
Tottenham vs West Ham 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, June 24

Manchester United vs Sheffield United 6pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Newcastle vs Aston Villa 6pm – BT Sport
Norwich vs Everton 6pm – BBC
Wolves vs Bournemouth 6pm – BT Sport
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, June 25

Burnley vs Watford 6pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Southampton vs Arsenal 6pm – Sky Sports
Chelsea vs Manchester City 8.15pm – BT Sport

Saturday, June 27

Aston Villa vs Wolves 12:30pm – BT Sport

Sunday, June 28

Watford vs Southampton 4.30pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview

Monday June, 29

Crystal Palace vs Burnley 8pm – Amazon Prime

Tuesday June, 30

Brighton vs Manchester United 8:15pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview

Wednesday, July 1

Arsenal vs Norwich 6pm – BT Sport
Bournemouth vs Newcastle 6pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Everton vs Leicester 6pm – Sky Sports
West Ham vs Chelsea 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, July 2

Sheffield United vs Tottenham 6pm – Sky Sports
Manchester City vs Liverpool 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, July 4

Norwich vs Brighton 12.30pm – BT Sport
Leicester vs Crystal Palace 3pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Man United vs Bournemouth 3pm – BT Sport
Wolves vs Arsenal 5.30pm – Sky Sports
Chelsea vs Watford 8pm – Sky Sports

Sunday, July 5

Burnley vs Sheffield Utd 12pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Newcastle vs West Ham 2pm – Sky Sports
Liverpool vs Aston Villa 4.30pm – Sky Sports
Southampton vs Man City 7pm – BBC

Monday, July 6

Tottenham vs Everton 8pm – Sky Sports

Tuesday, July 7

Crystal Palace vs Chelsea 6pm – Sky Sports
Watford vs Norwich 6pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Arsenal vs Leicester 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, July 8

Man City vs Newcastle 6pm – BT Sport
Sheff Utd vs Wolves 6pm – Sky Sports
West Ham vs Burnley 6pm – BT Sport
Brighton vs Liverpool 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, July 9

Bournemouth vs Tottenham 6pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Everton vs Southampton 6pm – Amazon Prime
Aston Villa vs Man United 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, July 11

Norwich vs West Ham 12.30pm – BT Sport
Watford vs Newcastle 12.30pm – Amazon Prime
Liverpool vs Burnley 3pm – BT Sport
Sheffield United vs Chelsea 5.30pm – Sky Sports
Brighton vs Man City 8pm – Sky Sports

Sunday, July 12

Wolves vs Everton 12pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview
Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace 2pm – Sky Sports
Tottenham vs Arsenal 4.30pm – Sky Sports
Bournemouth vs Leicester 7pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview

Monday, July 13

Man United vs Southampton 8pm – Sky Sports / Pick on Freeview

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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

FA Cup fixture schedule

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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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