After 100 days, the Premier League is back and here is how you can keep an eye on all the action in the UK and around the world.
Following a three-month absence, Liverpool and the English top-flight have been given the green light to return to the field in a vastly different set of circumstances than how they left it.
Social distancing and behind closed door games will be the norm for the foreseeable future, but the action between the white lines will remain untouched.
With between nine and ten games remaining for each club, there is still plenty to play for, with relegation and European spots still up for grabs – with the Reds, of course, merely six points away from officially securing the title.
And with fans unable to attend games, Premier League broadcasters have ensured each of the remaining 92 fixtures are to be shown live, with Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and BBC all taking their share.
The Merseyside derby is to be one of Sky’s free offerings, with Jurgen Klopp‘s men returning to action at Goodison on Sunday, June 21 (7pm BST), and This Is Anfield will also be here for your every need, before, during and after the clash.
You can follow the derby and Liverpool’s remaining games by downloading the This is Anfield app for free on iPhone and Android, where we will be providing live text commentary throughout each and every one of the Red’s remaining games on our website.
The four UK broadcasters will show all games live for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.
Liverpool’s first three games are all live on Sky Sports, which are available to live stream with NOW TV.
Rest of the World
Supporters elsewhere can find the the Premier League on the following channels worldwide:
beIN Sports HD 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, SuperSport Maximo, SuperSport 3 Africa, DStv Now, ESPN2 Sur, ESPN Play Sur, Optus Sport, RUSH, Sky Sport 1 HD, Sky Go, Idman TV, Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select HD1, DAZN, Belarus 5, VOOsport World 1, SportKlub 1Serbia, Watch ESPN Brasil, ESPN Brasil, Astro Go, Astro SuperSport 3, Play Diema Xtra, Diema Sport 2, QQ Sports Live, PPTV Sport China, ESPN2 Colombia, Sky HD, SportKlub 1 Croatia, RMC Sport en direct, RMC Sport 1, DIGI GO, Premier Sport, Viaplay Denmark, TV3+ HD, Sky Pacific, Viaplay Finland, Viasat Sports Premium, Viasat Football HD, Free, Cosmote Sport 1 HD, 621 Now Premier League 1, Now Player, Now E, 620 Now Premier League TV, Digi Sport 1, SiminnSport, Mola TV, NOW TV, Sky Sport Uno, SKY Go Italia, MaxTV Go, SPOTV, SPOTV ON, TSN2 Malta, GO TV Anywhere, Blue To Go Video Everywhere, SPS HD, Skynet Sports 6, Ziggo Sport Select, Ziggo Sport 14, Spark Sport, TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport Premium, Canal+ Sport 2 Poland, Canal+ Sport Online, Canal+ Sport, nc+ GO, Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV2, Okko Sport, 102 (HD) mio Stadium, mio Stadium 108, SportKlub 1 Slovenia, Viaplay Sweden, True Premier League Football HD 1, True Premier League Football HD 2, S Sport+, S Sport, UNIVERSO NOW, UNIVERSO, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports App, K+PM
The Premier League’s return will see games played across all days of the week and at different times. All times provided BST.
- Monday: 8pm
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 6pm, 8pm/8.15pm
- Friday: 6pm, 8pm
- Saturday: 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, 7.45pm
- Sunday: 12pm, 2pm, 4:15pm, 4:30pm, 7pm
Premier League’s first list of rescheduled fixtures
Wednesday, June 17
Aston Villa vs. Sheffield United, 6pm – Sky Sports
Friday, June 19
Saturday, June 20
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle vs. Sheffield United 2pm – Sky Sports
Monday, June 22
Tuesday, June 23
Wednesday, June 24
Newcastle vs. Aston Villa 6pm – Sky Sports
Norwich vs. Everton 6pm – BBC
Thursday, June 25
Leicester vs. Brighton 6pm – Sky Sports
Sunday, June 28
Aston Villa vs. Wolves 12pm – BT Sport
Monday June, 29
Tuesday June, 30
Wednesday, July 1
Thursday, July 2
You can follow all the action by downloading the This is Anfield app for iPhone and Android for free.