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After the coronavirus pandemic saw the Premier League off air for 100 days, the top tier of English football returns for a 92-match bonanza over the course of the next six weeks to close out the season (a second wave of Covid-19 notwithstanding).

The title race is effectively done and dusted, but there’s still plenty to play for elsewhere, with Champions League, Europa League and relegation issues all still to be decided. It all makes for a cracking finale to this unprecedented season of Premier League football.

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Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport and Amazon will share the remaining Premier League matches between them, with all the games being available to live stream.

Access to live streaming will depend on what packages viewers have with the aforementioned companies, although many games will be free to air.

Sky remains the dominant force in Premier League football viewing and they will show 64 matches in total, including 25 which will be made free-to-air – online and on Freeview via the broadcaster’s Pick channel.

BT Sport has the rights to 20 of the games and BBC Sport will air four matches (the first time they have ever shown live Premier League matches).

There will also be four matches available free through Amazon Prime, with viewers not requiring a Prime membership to watch those fixtures.

Overall, an impressive 33 of the remaining 92 matches will be free to air.

Premier League Live Streaming – Top Games/Matches

With so much still to play for, there are a number of Premier League matches over the run-in that look hugely attractive. As things stand, these games could prove to be the pick:

  • Manchester City v Arsenal (17 June)
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (19 June)
  • Everton v Liverpool (21 June)
  • Liverpool v Crystal Palace (24 June)
  • Chelsea v Manchester City (25 June)
  • West Ham United v Chelsea (01 July)
  • Manchester City v Liverpool (02 July)
  • Norwich City v Brighton & Hove Albion (04 July)
  • Watford v Norwich City (08 July)
  • Norwich City v West Ham United (11 July)
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal (08 July)
  • Arsenal v Liverpool (15 July)
  • West Ham United v Watford (15 July)
  • Bournemouth v Southampton (18 July)
  • Liverpool v Chelsea (18 July)
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City (18 July)
  • West Ham United v Aston Villa (26 July) 

Games you can watch in the Premier League

All of the remaining 92 Premier League matches will be on live TV over the coming six weeks, as a result of them being played behind closed doors due to ongoing safety precautions regarding Covid-19.

Premier League Live Streaming – Top brands & options

Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport and Amazon have the rights to show Premier League matches and will be live streaming them (in addition to other options where applicable).

There are no Premier League live streaming options through the bookies as a result of geo-blocking hat restricts access to internet content based upon the user’s geographical location (although this can be circumvented with a VPN (virtual private network) for those that wish to go down that route.

Premier League Live Streaming

All of the remaining 92 Premier League matches will be on live TV over the coming six weeks, as a result of them being played behind closed doors.

Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport and Amazon will share the matches, with many of them available on free to view television.

Sky will show 64 matches in total, including 25 which will be made free-to-air – online and on Freeview via the broadcaster’s Pick channel.

BT Sport has the rights to 20 of the games and BBC Sport will air four matches (the first time they have shown live Premier League matches).

There will also be four matches available free through Amazon Prime, with viewers not requiring a Prime membership to watch those fixtures.

Overall, 33 of the remaining 92 matches will be free to air.