Premier League scraps pay-per-view for all remaining matches in 2020
What channels will the games be shown on?
Games will be shown on the following channels:
- Amazon Prime. You normally need to pay for Amazon Prime Video (after a free trial). We’re checking with Amazon if you’ll need a membership to watch the Crystal Palace vs Newcastle match it’s set to show on Friday 27 November and will update this when we know more.
- BBC. As set out above, the Fulham vs Everton match will be shown live on the BBC with no additional cost (assuming you have a TV licence).
- BT Sport. Previously, all games on BT Sport were only available to BT Sport subscribers. We’re checking if this will once again be the case and will update this when we get confirmation.
- Sky Sports. Sky will be showing the bulk of the newly-confirmed fixtures to be broadcast (13 of 20 in November). Previously, some games were shown free-to-air on Sky’s Pick channel, available on Freeview. It’s not yet clear which, if any, of the November games will be available on this channel for free. Again, we’re checking with Sky and will update this story when we have the details.
For the cheapest way to watch games on paid-for services such as Sky Sports and BT Sport, see our Premier League TV hacks.
Revised list of Premier League fixtures
Here is a full list of the fixtures confirmed by the Premier League today – we’ve included the channels they’ll be shown on and highlighted those you’ll be able to watch for free.
Saturday 21 November
12.30pm Newcastle v Chelsea (BT Sport)
3pm Aston Villa v Brighton (BT Sport)
5.30pm Spurs v Man City (Sky Sports)
8pm Man Utd v West Brom (BT Sport)
Sunday 22 November
Noon Fulham v Everton (‘FREE’ on the BBC)
2pm Sheffield Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports)
4:30pm Leeds v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
7.15pm Liverpool v Leicester (Sky Sports)
Monday 23 November
5.30pm Burnley v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
8pm Wolves v Southampton (Sky Sports)
Friday 27 November
8pm Crystal Palace v Newcastle (Amazon Prime Video)
Saturday 28 November
12.30pm Brighton v Liverpool (BT Sport)
3pm Man City v Burnley (BT Sport)
5.30pm Everton v Leeds (Sky Sports)
8pm West Brom v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports)
Sunday 29 November
2pm Southampton v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Chelsea v Spurs (Sky Sports)
7.15pm Arsenal v Wolves (Sky Sports)
Monday 30 November
5.30pm Leicester v Fulham (Sky Sports)
8pm West Ham v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
The Premier League hasn’t yet confirmed the TV schedule for December’s games, though we’ll add the fixtures in to this story once they’re announced.