The Premier League is back from its three-month hiatus and we can watch 33 of the remaining 92 games for free!
It’s all a little confusing, so let’s try to explain…
Sky Sports will show 64 games – the 39 they would already have had on PPV and an additional 25 that they are going to show for free on their new ‘Pick’ channel.
BT Sport will show 20 matches, picking up a further 12 games but as yet none of these will be free to watch.
Amazon Prime has four matches that they are offering for free and the BBC also has four matches.
But its Liverpool’s game on Sunday that we want to know about right now, so you’ll be relieved to know it will be shown for free on Sky Pick!
Here’s the full schedule as it currently stands so far (subject to change):
Weds June 17
Aston Villa v Sheffield United – 6pm SKY
Man City v Arsenal – 8.15pm SKY
Fri June 19
Norwich v Southampton 6pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Tottenham v Manchester United – 8.15pm SKY
Sat June 20
Watford v Leicester 12.30pm BT
Brighton v Arsenal 3pm BT
West Ham v Wolves 5.30pm SKY
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 7.45pm BBC – FREE TO AIR
Sun June 21
Newcastle v Sheffield United 2pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Aston Villa v Chelsea 4.15pm SKY
Everton v Liverpool 7pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Weds June 24
Manchester United v Sheffield United 6pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Norwich v Everton 6pm BBC – FREE TO AIR
Thurs June 25
Burnley v Watford 6pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Sun June 28
Watford v Southampton 4.30pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Mon June 29
Crystal Palace v Burnley 8pm AMAZON FREE TO AIR
Tues June 30
Brighton v Manchester United 8.15pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR
Weds July 1
Bournemouth v Newcastle 6pm Sky Pick FREE TO AIR