Premier League TV fixtures – BT Sport reveals matchday 30, 31 and 32 games including Chelsea v Man City as English top-flight football returns

Watford against Leicester gets BT Sport's coverage back underway, before Brighton take on Arsenal in the first-ever televised Premier League 3pm kick off on Saturday 20 June.

Published: 5 June 2020 - 1.12pm

Chelsea's trip to Manchester City will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport

The Premier League is back with a bang and BT Sport will be showing a bumper schedule of seven games across the first three matchdays, showing matches that could have huge ramifications at both ends of the table.

Our coverage restarts on Saturday 20 June with double-header, as Watford host Leicester from midday, before Arsenal travel to Brighton for the Premier League's first-ever televised 3pm kick-off.

BT Sport's remaining TV fixtures
We'll be showing some cracking fixtures from now until the end of the season right here on BT Sport

The Foxes are enjoying a sensational season under Brendan Rodgers, currently flying high in third, but the former Hornets boss can expect a lukewarm welcome when he returns to the club he left under acrimonious circumstances 11 years ago.

The Gunners meanwhile were beginning to find their feet under Mikel Arteta before the coronavirus postponement and are out for revenge against a relegation-threatened Brighton side who ran out 2-1 winners at the Emirates earlier in the season.

Matchday 31 sees a midweek round of Premier League fixtures and BT Sport will have you covered, beginning with Newcastle’s home clash against Aston Villa and Bournemouth's trip to Wolves with coverage of both starting at 5.45pm on Wednesday 24 June.

Magpies boss Steve Bruce, who spoke exclusively to BTSport.com during lockdown, was dismissed by Villa last season during an ill-fated spell in the Midlands and will be keen to heap more misery on his struggling former club.

Across the West Midlands, a Wolves side with ambitions of another European finish will be full of confidence against Eddie Howe's Bournemouth, who were mired in the relegation zone throughout the postponement.

With kick-off for both matches at 6pm, BT Sport subscribers will be spoilt for choice.

The following night sees a huge clash at the top of the table as Frank Lampard's Chelsea host Pep Guardiola's Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. 

City came out on top in the reverse fixture back in November but suffered a 2-0 defeat to Maurizio Sarri’s side on their last trip to west London. 

Our coverage for this titanic battle gets underway from 7.30pm on Thursday 25th June, with the match available on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate.

Wolves and Aston Villa are then back in action in front of the BT Sport cameras, as Nuno Espirito Santo’s men make the short trip to their rivals on Saturday 27 June.

It is set to be a fiercely-contested derby, with no love lost between the two clubs, as the two clubs desperately chase the three points for very different reasons.

The FA Cup quarter-finals will also be played across that weekend and BT Sport will be showing two must-watch fixtures alongside our Premier League offering.

Our final top-flight match from the first three rounds takes place on Thursday 2 July, as Norwich City continue their battle aganist the drop against Arsenal.

Coverage from the Emirates Stadium begins at 5.30pm, ahead of a 6pm kick-off in north London.

If you’re not yet a subscriber, you can get BT Sport right here and sign up in just 15 minutes to enjoy the upcoming feast of Premier League action.

In addition to TV, all matches will be broadcast on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet, as well as on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV and BTSport.com – all via the revolutionary enhanced video player.

And for even more flexibility, you can check out BT Sport’s Monthly Pass options to choose the package to suit you.

Remember, you can watch every one of the Premier League’s 92 remaining fixtures with BT TV – through which you can access BT Sport, BBC, Sky Sports on Now TV and Amazon Prime.

BT Sport is also the home of both the Champions League and Europa League and shows exclusive action from the FA Cup, Bundesliga and much, much more.

Matchday 30

FIXTURE

Watford v Leicester

KICK-OFF

Saturday June 20, 12.30pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 30

FIXTURE

Brighton v Arsenal

KICK-OFF

Saturday June 20, 3pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 31

FIXTURE

Newcastle v Aston Villa

KICK-OFF

Wednesday June 24, 6pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 31

FIXTURE

Wolves v Bournemouth

KICK-OFF

Wednesday June 24, 6pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 2 & 4K UHD Capture

Matchday 31

FIXTURE

Chelsea v Manchester City

KICK-OFF

Thursday June 25, 8.15pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 32

FIXTURE

Aston Villa v Wolves

KICK-OFF

Saturday June 27, 12.30pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 32

FIXTURE

Arsenal v Norwich

KICK-OFF

Wednesday July 1, 6pm

CHANNEL

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

FIXTURE

KICK-OFF

CHANNEL

Matchday 30

Watford v Leicester

Saturday June 20, 12.30pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 30

Brighton v Arsenal

Saturday June 20, 3pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 31

Newcastle v Aston Villa

Wednesday June 24, 6pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 31

Wolves v Bournemouth

Wednesday June 24, 6pm

BT Sport 2 & 4K UHD Capture

Matchday 31

Chelsea v Manchester City

Thursday June 25, 8.15pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 32

Aston Villa v Wolves

Saturday June 27, 12.30pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

Matchday 32

Arsenal v Norwich

Wednesday July 1, 6pm

BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate

When the Premier League returns, BT Sport viewers will have the option to watch with or without a pre-recorded dynamic crowd noise feature, using the red button.

In the coming weeks we will also be launching ‘Watch Together’, an exciting new social innovation, allowing customers using the BT Sport app to watch, see and chat with friends in a split screen, while the match is being played. 

We will also continue to make the majority of games available using the latest broadcast technology, offering the best pictures and sound available in 4k HDR with Dolby Atmos and in 360° on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet.

We will use our industry-leading remote production capabilities to minimise the number of people that will be at a ground or the studio, with presenters at the BT Sport Studio, and some guests and the majority of crew working remotely or from home.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: "We are pleased that the Premier League resumption will give viewers a packed schedule of live football in June as the sport makes its return. 

"With every fixture from the Bundesliga, twenty Premier League games and the return of the FA Cup, BT Sport viewers will be in for a football packed summer. 

"We are looking forward to broadcasting live domestic football again and bringing some new innovations to our customers to give them the best viewing experience possible."