Latest Premier League fixtures and TV picks confirmed: How to watch the rest of the season, which games are FREE and what channel is Sky Pick?
The latest rescheduled Premier League fixtures have been announced with kick-off times and broadcasting channels announced for the next set of games with Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon and BBC showing the action.
We now have the fixture dates, time and TV picks for July 4 until July 13, which includes the north London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal. That will be played on Saturday, July 12 with a 4:30pm kick-off and will be shown on Sky Sports.
With Sky Sports, the BBC and Amazon showing some games for free, here’s your complete TV guide.
Man City have denied Liverpool the chance to lift the title this weekend after defeating Arsenal
What channel will Premier League be on?
All 90 remaining matches will be broadcast live across current rights holders Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon, while the BBC will broadcast four live matches – their first live top-flight games since the Premier League’s formation in 1992.