Premier League TV fixtures: BT Sport reveals next three rounds of televised fixtures with Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool all in action

BT Sport's unrivalled Premier League coverage continues into July with three unmissable double headers.

Published: 4 September 2020 - 3.20pm

BT Sport will be showing six games of huge importance at both ends of the Premier League table

Less than two weeks after the Premier League’s return to our screens was confirmed, BT Sport is pleased to announce its second round of televised fixtures as the 2019-20 season resumes. 

Our unrivalled coverage of the Premier League continues in July with six games of huge importance for clubs at both ends of the table.

Coverage kicks off at 12pm on Saturday July 4 with a relegation six-pointer at the foot of the table as Norwich City host Brighton and Hove Albion.

Bottom-placed Norwich have the lowest shot conversion rate of any side in the Premier League this season and know a home victory over fellow strugglers Brighton will be crucial if they are to avoid an immediate return to the Championship.

Later that day attention turns to the north west of England and Manchester United's quest for a top-four finish, with coverage from Old Trafford beginning at 2.30pm (3pm kick off).

The Red Devils will be buoyed by the return of a fit-again Paul Pogba, who is expected to form a mouth-watering midfield partnership with summer signing Bruno Fernandes.

Visitors Bournemouth have plenty still to play for themselves, with Eddie Howe's men in desperate need of points to lift them out of the relegation zone.

Four days later the top-flight action continues on BT Sport with a midweek double header. 

 

BT Sport will be showing two 6pm games simultaneously: Manchester City's clash with Newcastle and West HamBurnley

Coverage of the Magpies' trip to the Etihad will begin from 5.30pm (6pm kick off) on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, while the Claret and Blues of east London take on the Clarets of Lancashire from 5.45pm on BT Sport 2 (6pm kick off).

Our July coverage concludes three days later when Liverpool could make their first appearance on BT Sport as newly-crowned champions of England. 

At the other end of the table, Norwich continue their great escape bid against relegation-threatened West Ham in another must-win game for both sides. 

Norwich v West Ham is live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 12pm while Jurgen Klopp's all-conquering Reds welcome Burnley to Anfield with coverage starting from 2.45pm on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate. 

Matchweek 33

Fixture

Norwich City v Brighton

Coverage starts

Sat 4 July, 12pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 33

Fixture

Man Utd v Bournemouth

Coverage starts

Sat 4 July, 2.30pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 34

Fixture

Man City v Newcastle

Coverage starts

Weds 8 July, 5.30pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 34

Fixture

West Ham v Burnley

Coverage starts

Weds 8 July, 5.45pm

Channel

BT Sport 2

Matchweek 35

Fixture

Norwich v West Ham

Coverage starts

Sat 11 July, 12pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 36

Fixture

Liverpool v Burnley

Coverage starts

Sat 11 July, 2.45pm

Channel

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Fixture

Coverage starts

Channel

Matchweek 33

Norwich City v Brighton

Sat 4 July, 12pm

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 33

Man Utd v Bournemouth

Sat 4 July, 2.30pm

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 34

Man City v Newcastle

Weds 8 July, 5.30pm

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 34

West Ham v Burnley

Weds 8 July, 5.45pm

BT Sport 2

Matchweek 35

Norwich v West Ham

Sat 11 July, 12pm

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Matchweek 36

Liverpool v Burnley

Sat 11 July, 2.45pm

BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

BT Sport is working with the makers of FIFA, EA Sports, to provide a sophisticated, simulated fan noise to best replicate the Premier League's famous atmosphere.

Viewers will also have the option of watching the action without our pre-recorded dynamic crowd noise feature by 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.

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 BT.com/sport – 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 CupBundesliga and much, much more.