Premier League Fixtures For First Weekend Of Restart Revealed
The first three weeks of Premier League fixtures have been revealed and Manchester United's trip to Spurs is the first Friday night kick off of Project Restart.
England's top tier returns in less than two weeks with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal, the four side's games in hand over the rest of the league, kicking things off.
Now though the rest of the first week of fixtures have also been revealed, with Jose Mourinho welcoming his former side to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first time on Friday 19th at 8pm on Sky.
The first three weeks of fixtures, up until the midweek games on July 2nd, and which television channels they'll be on have all been revealed, according to multiple reports.
Wednesday 17th June
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United, 6pm - Sky
Manchester City vs Arsenal, 8pm - Sky
Friday 19th June
Norwich vs Southampton, 6pm - Sky
Tottenham vs Manchester United, 8pm - Sky
Saturday 20th June
Watford vs Leicester, 12.30pm - BT
Brighton vs Arsenal, 3pm - BT
West Ham vs Wolves, 5.30pm - Sky
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace, 7.45pm - BBC
Sunday 21st June
Newcastle vs Sheffield United, 2pm - Sky
Aston Villa vs Chelsea, 4.30pm - Sky
Everton vs Liverpool, 7pm - Sky
Monday 22nd June
Manchester City vs Burnley, 8pm - Sky
Tuesday 23rd June
Southampton vs Arsenal, 6pm - Sky
Tottenham vs West Ham, 8.15pm - Sky
Wednesday 24th June
Manchester United vs Sheffield United, 6pm - Sky
Newcastle vs Aston Villa, 6pm - BT
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Norwich vs Everton, 6pm - BBC
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, 8.15pm - Sky
Thursday 25th June
Burnley vs Watford, 6pm - Sky
Leicester vs Brighton, 6pm- Sky
Chelsea vs Manchester City, 8.15pm -Sky
Wolves vs Bournemouth, 8.15pm - BT
Saturday 27th June
Sheffield United vs Arsenal, FA Cup, 5pm - BT
Norwich vs Manchester United, FA Cup, 8.15pm - BBC
Sunday 28th June
Aston Villa vs Wolves, 12pm - BT
Leicester vs Chelsea, FA Cup, 2.30pm - BT
Newcastle vs Manchester City, FA Cup, 6pm - BBC
Watford vs Southampton, 4.30pm - Sky
Monday 29th June
Crystal Palace vs Burnley, 8pm - Amazon
Tuesday 30th June
Brighton vs Manchester United, 6pm - Sky
Sheffield United vs Tottenham, 8.15pm - Sky
Wednesday 1st July
Bournemouth vs Newcastle, 6pm - Sky
Everton vs Leicester, 6pm -Sky
West Ham vs Chelsea, 8.15pm - Sky
Thursday 2nd July
Arsenal vs Norwich, 6pm - BT
Manchester City vs Liverpool, 8.15pm - Sky
The news means that Liverpool could confirm themselves as Premier League champions for the first time, and English champions for the first time in 30 years, at the Merseyside derby.
Should City lose to Arsenal then a win for Jurgen Klopp's side against local rivals Everton on Sunday 21st June would mean they win the league.
Pep Guardiola's side losing to Burnley after beating Arsenal and Liverpool beat the Toffees would also hand the title to the Reds in the first week of the restart.
BBC's first ever live Premier League game is Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace on Saturday 20th June and they will have three more league games after that, as well as two FA Cup quarter finals, a semi-final and the final.
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