Premier League fixtures: how many games are free to watch – and full TV schedule of games on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon

Liverpool vs Everton and Manchester United vs Liverpool are both being shown on the weekend of the Premier League’s return

Mo Salah's Liverpool need just two wins to secure the Premier League title (Getty Images)

The return of the Premier League is just hours away

English football resumes on June 17 with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United taking place at 6pm, followed by Man City vs Arsenal at 8.15pm.

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Runaway leaders Liverpool will continue their surely inevitable stroll to title glory against Everton on Saturday, June 21.

The Merseyside derby will be free-to-view on Sky Sports, while on Friday Manchester United will make the trip to north London to face Tottenham Hotspur.

BT Sport will show the first Saturday 3pm in the Premier League’s history with Brighton taking on Arsenal.

The BBC's first top-flight game since 1988 has been confirmed as Bournemouth against Crystal Palace on the same day, with a 7.45pm kick-off. It will be shown on BBC One.

Amazon has also pledged to make its four additional games free to air, and the first of them will be Palace versus Burnley on Monday, June 29. That match will be an 8pm kick-off.

In total, 33 of the 92 remaining games will be made available free to air.

Sky Sports’ free-to-view games will be shown on Pick.

State of play

The season has been on pause since March 13 due to the coronavirus. The last fixture to take place was Leicester City’s 4-0 thrashing of Aston Villa on March 9.

Liverpool are currently 25 points clear of second-placed Manchester City.

The league leaders need to win just two of their remaining nine games to clinch their first Premier League title in 30 years.

Leicester City and Chelsea occupy the remaining Champions League spots, while Manchester United sit in fifth place.

Norwich City, Aston Villa and AFC Bournemouth occupy the relegation spots, though the Cherries are on the same points as Watford and West Ham United.

Full list of announced Premier League fixtures – and where to watch them

Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon and BBC are all showing fixtures. A Sky Sports Pass can be purchased from Now TV by anyone who doesn’t possess a Sky subscription.

Wednesday, June 17

Aston Villa v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports)

Manchester City v Arsenal (2015, Sky Sports)

Friday, June 19

Norwich v Southampton (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Tottenham v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports)

Saturday, June 20

Watford v Leicester (1230, BT Sport)

Brighton v Arsenal (1500, BT Sport)

West Ham v Wolves (1730, Sky Sports)

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (1945, BBC)

Sunday, June 21

Newcastle v Sheffield United (1400, Sky Sports and Pick)

Aston Villa v Chelsea (1615, Sky Sports)

Everton v Liverpool (1900, Sky Sports and Pick)

Monday, June 22

Manchester City v Burnley (2000, Sky Sports)

Tuesday, June 23

Leicester v Brighton (1800, Sky Sports)

Tottenham v West Ham (2015, Sky Sports)

Wednesday, June 24

Manchester United v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Newcastle v Aston Villa (1800, BT Sport)

Norwich v Everton (1800, BBC)

Wolves v Bournemouth (1800, BT Sport)

Liverpool v Crystal Palace (2015, Sky Sports)

Thursday, June 25

Burnley v Watford (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Southampton v Arsenal (1800, Sky Sports)

Chelsea v Manchester City (2015, BT Sport)

Saturday, June 27

Aston Villa v Wolves (1230, BT Sport)

Sunday, June 28

Watford v Southampton (1630, Sky Sports and Pick)

Monday, June 29

Crystal Palace v Burnley (2000, Amazon Prime)

Tuesday, June 30

Brighton v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports and Pick)

Wednesday, July 1

Bournemouth v Newcastle (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)

Arsenal v Norwich (1800, BT Sport)

Everton v Leicester (1800, Sky Sports)

West Ham v Chelsea (2015, Sky Sports)

Thursday, July 2

Sheffield United v Tottenham (1800, Sky Sports)

Manchester City v Liverpool (2015, Sky Sports)