Football returns! When and where to watch the opening games of the Premier League
Football is back! The Premier League has confirmed fixtures and TV coverage for the first few rounds of matches of the resumed 2019-20 campaign.
Newcastle United, 13th in the division with nine games left to play, will return to action with a June 21 home game against Sheffield United (2pm kick-off) which will be screened live by Sky Sports and Pick.
United will entertain Aston Villa at St James’s Park on June 24 (6pm), and the game will be broadcast by BT Sport.
Newcastle will take on Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on July 1 (6pm). Sky Sports and Pick will broadcast the fixture.
All games will be played behind-closed-doors.
Premier League leaders Liverpool could clinch a first title in 30 years against Everton on June 21 after the first batch of fixtures of the restart were confirmed.
Jurgen Klopp's side need a maximum of two wins to secure the top division crown and are due to play the Merseyside derby in their first game since football was halted in March.
If Arsenal beat Manchester City on June 17 - the date of the season's resumption - Liverpool can win the title by beating Everton.
The venue is still unclear as it was scheduled to be played at Goodison Park, but was included on a list of matches which local forces had asked to be moved to neutral venues.
This is when and where fans can watch the action:
Wednesday, June 17
Aston Villa v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports)
Manchester City v Arsenal (2015, Sky Sports)
Friday, June 19
Norwich v Southampton (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)
Tottenham v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports)
Saturday, June 20
Watford v Leicester (1230, BT Sport)
Brighton v Arsenal (1500, BT Sport)
West Ham v Wolves (1730, Sky Sports)
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (1945, BBC)
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle v Sheffield United (1400, Sky Sports and Pick)
Aston Villa v Chelsea (1615, Sky Sports)
Everton v Liverpool (1900, Sky Sports and Pick)
Monday, June 22
Manchester City v Burnley (2000, Sky Sports)
Tuesday, June 23
Leicester v Brighton (1800, Sky Sports)
Tottenham v West Ham (2015, Sky Sports)
Wednesday, June 24
Manchester United v Sheffield United (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)
Newcastle v Aston Villa (1800, BT Sport)
Norwich v Everton (1800, BBC)
Wolves v Bournemouth (1800, BT Sport)
Liverpool v Crystal Palace (2015, Sky Sports)
Thursday, June 25
Burnley v Watford (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)
Southampton v Arsenal (1800, Sky Sports)
Chelsea v Manchester City (2015, BT Sport)
Saturday, June 27
Aston Villa v Wolves (1230, BT Sport)
Sunday, June 28
Watford v Southampton (1630, Sky Sports and Pick)
Monday, June 29
Crystal Palace v Burnley (2000, Amazon Prime)
Tuesday, June 30
Brighton v Manchester United (2015, Sky Sports and Pick)
Wednesday, July 1
Bournemouth v Newcastle (1800, Sky Sports and Pick)
Arsenal v Norwich (1800, BT Sport)
Everton v Leicester (1800, Sky Sports)
West Ham v Chelsea (2015, Sky Sports)
Thursday, July 2
Sheffield United v Tottenham (1800, Sky Sports)
Manchester City v Liverpool (2015, Sky Sports)