Rescheduled Premier League fixtures for Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool confirmed

first_imgAdvertisement Rescheduled Premier League fixtures for Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool confirmed PL fixtures until 13 July Saturday 4 July12:30 Norwich City v Brighton (BT Sport)15:00 Leicester City v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)15:00 Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth (BT Sport)17:30 Wolves v Arsenal (Sky Sports)20:00 Chelsea v Watford (Sky Sports)Sunday 5 July12:00 Burnley v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)14:00 Newcastle v West Ham (Sky Sports)16:30 Liverpool v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)19:00 Southampton v Man City (BBC)Monday 6 July20:00 Spurs v Everton (Sky Sports)Tuesday 7 July18:00 Crystal Palace v Chelsea (Sky Sports)18:00 Watford v Norwich City (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)20:15 Arsenal v Leicester City (Sky Sports)Wednesday 8 July18:00 Man City v Newcastle (BT Sport)18:00 Sheff Utd v Wolves (Sky Sports)18:00 West Ham v Burnley (BT Sport)20:15 Brighton v Liverpool (Sky Sports)Thursday 9 July18:00 AFC Bournemouth v Spurs (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)18:00 Everton v Southampton (Amazon Prime Video)20:15 Aston Villa v Man Utd (Sky Sports)Saturday 11 July12:30 Norwich v West Ham (BT Sport)12:30 Watford v Newcastle (Amazon Prime Video)15:00 Liverpool v Burnley (BT Sport)17:30 Sheff Utd v Chelsea (Sky Sports)20:00 Brighton v Man City (Sky Sports)Sunday 12 July12:00 Wolves v Everton (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) 14:00 Aston Villa v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)16:30 Spurs v Arsenal (Sky Sports)19:00 AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) Monday 13 July20:00 Man Utd v Southampton (Sky Sports/Sky Pick) City got their restart off the the perfect start (Picture: Getty)The Premier League have confirmed the next set of rescheduled fixtures up until 13 July.Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all discovered their next three games, with the north London derby a stand-out fixture that will kick off at 4.30pm on Sunday 12 July.Liverpool will hope to have been confirmed champions by the time these games come along, but the fight for survival in the top flight and the race for the top four is expected to go right down to the wire.The first games of the rescheduled season were played on Wednesday night, with Sheffield United playing out a controversial draw with Aston Villa and Manchester City thrashing Arsenal 3-0.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThere is still one more batch of fixtures to be confirmed with league chiefs aiming to finish the season by the final weekend of July. MORE: Premier League pays tribute to Black Lives Matter and NHS as season restartsMORE: When will spectators be allowed in stadiums again as Premier League returns to TV?Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.center_img Coral BarryThursday 18 Jun 2020 10:31 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.5kShares Comment Advertisementlast_img

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