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Premier League 2019-20: Fixture list, start date & live streaming details.

Premier League 2019-20
It’s been a little more than a month since Manchester City beat Liverpool to the 2018-19 Premier League title.
And, this week, excitement will build for the 2019-20 Premier League season, with the release of the new fixture list.
Below is everything you need to know about the upcoming release of the fixture list, the start date for the new Premier League season, and details on how to live stream the EPL next season.
When does the Premier League 2019-20 fixture list come out?
Premier League fans will be glued to screens at 9 a.m. UK time on Thursday, June 13th, for the release of the new fixture list.
In total, the dates for all 380 Premier League matches in the season will be revealed.
Can the fixture list be changed?
Yes, and it will alter in due course.
Subject to discussions between the Premier League and the TV broadcasters, matchday dates and kick-off times will be changed.
When does the 2019-20 Premier League start?
The Premier League have confirmed that the 2019-20 season begins on Saturday, August 10th.
Interestingly, last season the league kicked off with a Friday night fixture between Manchester United and Leicester.
Live streaming the 2019-20 Premier League
UK football fans will need to subscribe to three different services if they plan to have access to every single broadcasted Premier League match in 2019-20.
Those services are Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime.
Live streaming: Sky Sports
Sky Sports will continue to show matches.
In total, 128 Premier League matches will be shown on Sky Sports next season. That’s the most of any broadcaster.
The games break down as follows:
– 32 matches at 5.30pm on a Saturday
– 8 matches at 7.45pm on a Saturday
– 32 matches at 2pm on a Sunday
– 32 matches at 4.30pm on a Sunday
– 24 matches at 8pm on a Monday between 7.30pm and 8pm on a Friday
Live streaming: BT Sport
Premier League matches will also be on BT Sport.
BT Sport will show a total of 52 matches next season. That breaks down as follows:
– 32 matches at 12.30pm on a Saturday
– 15 matches from two midweek fixture programmes
– 5 matches from the split weekend created by the mid-season winter break
Live streaming: Amazon Prime
Then there’s a new broadcaster of Premier League matches – Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime won the rights to broadcast 20 matches in total.
However, unlike their competitors, Amazon Prime will offer users the opportunity to watch all 10 matches on Boxing Day, and 10 over a midweek schedule.
Alternative live streaming sources for the Premier League 2019-20
If you’re in North America, or you have access to a VPN, you can watch live Premier League 2019-20 action online.
FuboTV is the online live streaming service which broadcasts massive amounts of Premier League football.
FuboTV require no extra cables or boxes, and they offer all new users a free seven day trial .
Aside from the Premier League, FuboTV also shows all matches from the Champions League, Europa League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga and much more.


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Champions League provisional fixture dates & What’s happening with the 2019-20 FA Cup?



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Chelsea & Man City may face FA Cup & Champions League fixture pile-up

What’s happening with the 2019-20 FA Cup?

When football in England was suspended on March 13 due to the Covid-19 crisis, the FA Cup was at the quarter-final stage.

The match-ups in the last-8 are:

– Leicester City vs Chelsea
– Newcastle vs Manchester City
– Sheffield United vs Arsenal
– Norwich vs Manchester United


Provisional plans to complete the 2019-20 FA Cup

In the news on Sunday, the FA’s plans to complete this season’s competition are revealed.

Crucially, the FA plan to stage the remaining seven matches in the FA Cup at Wembley.

All matches are to be played behind closed doors.

As for the dates of the competition, the Mail on Sunday note the provisional schedule for the final:

The FA Cup Final has been pencilled in for Saturday, August 8, though a midweek date of August 5 is also under consideration, but it is still expected to be the final game of the season as part of the Premier League’s Project Restart.

For the record, the Mail on Sunday fail to detail when the quarter-finals and semi-finals may be played.


Chelsea & Man City: Possible FA Cup & Champions League schedule problems

However, the provisional dates for the FA Cup final could pose a significant problem for Chelsea and Man City, who are both still in this season’s Champions League.

Chelsea need to travel to Germany for the second leg against Bayern.

Bayern are in total control of the tie after a 3-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

The Bayern Munich vs Chelsea match is scheduled for August 8, which would obviously pose a major problem if Chelsea reach the FA Cup final.

Similarly, Man City are set to complete their last-16 Champions League tie against Real Madrid on August 7.

Man City won the first leg in Madrid 2-1.


Champions League provisional fixture dates

August 7, 2020

Juventus – Olympique Lyon
Manchester City – Real Madrid

August 8, 2020

Bayern Munich – Chelsea
FC Barcelona – Naples

August 11-12, 2020

Quarter-final, 1st legs

August 14-15, 2020

Quarter-final, 2nd legs

August 18-19, 2020

Semi-final, 1st legs

August 21-22, 2020

Semi-final, 2nd legs

August 29, 2020

Final (Istanbul)


Note: FA set to lose £100m during Covid-19 crisis

Should the FA scrap this season’s FA Cup?

The Mail on Sunday reveal why that option isn’t being considered right now, reporting:

The Premier League is mindful of the FA’s acute financial situation, with the cancellation of Euro 2020 and all summer events at Wembley, which make finishing the FA Cup this season crucial if the governing body is to stem some of its huge financial losses due to the coronavirus shutdown.

FA chief executive Mark Bullingham has already said that the national governing body will lose more than £100million due to coronavirus and cutbacks could be made to grass roots programmes

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    • Recovere The eight ‘neutral’ grounds Premier League clubs will use if football returns.
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Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium could be used as a ‘neutral’ venue (Picture: Getty)

The Premier League has earmarked eight stadiums that will be used as ‘neutral’ venues if and when the current top flight season resumes.

On Friday, a three-and-a-half hour video conference took place with all 20 ‘shareholder’ clubs involved, during which a shortlist of potential grounds was agreed upon.

Brighton, who were only two points above the relegation zone before the coronavirus crisis forced an indefinite suspension, were reported to be among a small number of clubs who wanted to maintain home advantage, but they were overruled while Wembley and St George’s Park, where the England national team trains, were discounted.

The first Premier League fixture has been tentatively pencilled in for June 12 and no team will be allowed to play at their home ground in an attempt to maintain some semblance of a level playing field.

According to The Sun, the current shortlist of venues includes Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and West Ham’s London Stadium in the capital, as well as Brighton’s Amex and Southampton’s St Mary’s on the south coast.

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There will be no Premier League title party at Anfield for Liverpool this season (Picture: Getty)

In the Midlands Villa Park and Leicester’s King Power have made the cut, while further north the Etihad and Old Trafford will be in use.

The prospect of Liverpool, therefore, confirming their status as champions on home soil has been dismissed. Earlier this week fans were warned they should avoid the temptation to congregate at stadiums or risk football being cancelled altogether.

Mark Roberts, the Deputy Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police and the National Lead for football policing, said: ‘What we don’t want is to do things that breach the lockdown and all the hard work that people have put in through social isolation by then having fans congregate at stadiums, training grounds.

‘What you could do if we start fixtures again is to be very clear that if fans don’t abide by the restrictions then the league can be curtailed. ‘I’d be very keen to put it in the gift of the supporters themselves that, the more you abide by the restrictions, the easier it makes it to fulfil the season.’

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