On 17 June, the Premier League will resume following three months of absence caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Liverpool’s 25-point league at the top of the table seems insurmountable with nine full gameweeks to come, but Champions League spots have not yet been determined, with Chelsea and Manchester United set to vie for fourth place.
Elsewhere, Tottenham and Arsenal have not even secured places in next season’s Europa League; if Wolves and Sheffield United can pick up where they left off before the league’s suspension, either side could beat the north London rivals to a European berth.
A nervy battle at the bottom of the table could well begin when the action returns, too. Brighton, West Ham and Watford are not yet safe despite Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich filling the relegation places as things stands.
Sky Sports, the BBC and Amazon will all be showing games upon the Premier League’s return, but below you’ll find everything you need to know about BT Sport’s upcoming coverage.
What fixtures will be on BT Sport?
- Watford vs Leicester, Saturday 20 June, 12.30
- Brighton vs Arsenal, Saturday 20 June, 15.00
- Newcastle vs Aston Villa, Wednesday 24 June, 18.00
- Wolves vs Bournemouth, Wednesday 24 June, 18.00
- Chelsea vs Manchester City, Thursday 25 June, 20.15
- Aston Villa vs Wolves, Saturday 27 June, 12.30
- Arsenal vs Norwich, Wednesday 1 July, 18.00
How many games will BT show?
Of the 92 remaining Premier League games, BT has the rights to 20. That’s 12 more than they were due to show before the league was suspended. While the other broadcasters will all show a number of games for free, BT is not following suit as things stand.
The remaining BT Sport fixtures are yet to be released.