Broadcasters will make 33 Premier League matches free to watch from the remaining 92 available ahead of the league’s resumption.
Sky Sports will offer up 25 games free of charge in total, while the BBC and Amazon will make four more available each.
The schedule is now confirmed from 17 June up until 2 July.
And the first glimpse of live action on free-to-air will be Friday’s clash between Norwich and Southampton at 6pm on Sky Sports’ new ‘Pick’ channel. While the announcement also confirms Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace as the first league game on the BBC since 1988.
Here are the confirmed games so far, though more will be released in the coming weeks, that will be available for free across Sky Sports ‘Pick’, the BBC and Amazon Prime.
Everton vs Liverpool will be free-to-air on Sky Sports Pick (Getty)
Premier League games free to air
Fri 19th June
Norwich vs Southampton (6pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Sat 20th June
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (7.45pm) BBC
Sun 21st June
Newcastle vs Sheffield United (2pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Everton vs Liverpool (7pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Weds 24th June
Manchester United vs Sheffield United (6pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Norwich vs Everton (6pm) BBC
Thurs 25th June
Burnley vs Watford (6pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Sun 28th June
Watford vs Southampton (4.30pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Mon 29th June
Crystal Palace vs Burnley (8pm) Amazon Prime
Tues 30th June
Brighton vs Manchester United (8:15pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
Weds 1st July
Bournemouth vs Newcastle (6pm) Sky Sports, Sky Pick
How can I watch the Premier League for free?
The four games on the BBC will be available to all with a TV license through their television set or via a live stream online or on mobile devices with the website or BBC iPlayer.
Sky Sports games free on their new ‘Pick’ channel will be available to anybody with Sky digital TV or through the Sky Go app.
While Amazon has confirmed fans will not need an Amazon Prime membership to watch the four games they will broadcast.