Premier League confirms fixture schedule after resumption

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The Premier League is all set for a return, with the federal government in UK permitting matches to be performed behind closed doorways. And the league on Friday confirmed the fixture schedule for the primary three match rounds of the resumed 2019/20 season. The League will restart on Wednesday 17 June if all security necessities are in place.

It was confirmed final week that resulting from COVID-19, all matches will happen behind closed doorways.

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Action will start with Aston Villa taking up Sheffield United. This will likely be adopted by a blockbuster conflict between Manchester City and Arsenal.

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Here is the complete fixture listing:

Wednesday 17 June

Aston Villa v Sheff Utd

Man City v Arsenal

Friday 19 June

Norwich City v Southampton

Spurs v Man Utd

Saturday 20 June

Watford v Leicester City

Brighton v Arsenal

West Ham v Wolves

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Sunday 21 June

Newcastle United v Sheff Utd

Aston Villa v Chelsea

Everton v Liverpool

*Venue TBC

Monday 22 June

Man City v Burnley

Tuesday 23 June

Leicester City v Brighton

Spurs v West Ham

Wednesday 24 June

Man Utd v Sheff Utd

Newcastle United v Aston Villa

Norwich City v Everton

Wolves v AFC Bournemouth

Liverpool v Crystal Palace

Thursday 25 June

Burnley v Watford

Southampton v Arsenal

Chelsea v Man City

Saturday 27 June

Aston Villa v Wolves

Sunday 28 June

Watford v Southampton

Monday 29 June

Crystal Palace v Burnley

Tuesday 30 June

Brighton v Man Utd

Wednesday 1 July

Arsenal v Norwich City

AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United

Everton v Leicester City

West Ham v Chelsea

Thursday 2 July

Sheff Utd v Spurs

Man City v Liverpool

*Venue TBC

“We are extraordinarily comfortable that greater than a 3rd of our remaining fixtures will likely be televised free-to-air right here within the UK,” Richard Masters, Premier League CEO was quoted as saying in a press launch by the Premier League.

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