Manchester United’s clash with rivals Leeds is moved to Sunday, April 25 and the top four contenders Everton and Spurs meet on a Friday night as the final round of games on Sky Sports, BT Sport and the BBC is revealed … with EVERY game still on TV
- Premier League has revealed that the last round of matches has been moved to TV
- Every match up to the end of the season will be broadcast live and fans will be banned
- Manchester United will travel to Elland Road on April 25 at 4pm to meet Leeds
- Everton and Tottenham kick off with a match on Friday night on April 16
- West Ham faces London rival Chelsea in what could turn into a massive game on April 24
Manchester United will travel to Elland Road on Sunday, April 25, to play it Premier League against Leeds for the first time in the Premier League on Sunday, April 25, when the latest round of TV matches were revealed.
Top bosses have confirmed that every match will be shown live on TV for the remainder of the season, with supporters still being barred from attending matches amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Matches from April 16 to April 26 have now been allocated to slots, with United’s journey back to Yorkshire a day back, kicking off live at 2pm on Sky Sports.
Leeds and Manchester United will meet on Elland Road on April 25, with the match live on Sky
United will also play the previous Sunday – April 18 – with their home game against Burnley being moved to a 4pm kick-off on Sky.
The new round of TV games kicks off with football on Friday night, as the top four rivals Everton and Tottenham look to bolster their European expectations with a win at Goodison Park on April 16. The clash will also be shown live by Sky.
On Saturday, April 17, struggling Newcastle host high-flying West Ham in a 12.30pm kick-off on Sky, while Wolves take on Sheffield United at Molineux in the 3pm close.
The next day, Arsenal will face Fulham in a London derby on Sky Sports at 1:30 pm, before United welcomes Sean Dyche’s men to Old Trafford.
Everton’s Richarlison will look for more goals against Tottenham on Friday, April 16
PREMIER LEAGUE TV GAMES
Friday, April 16
20:00 Everton – Spurs (Sky Sports)
Saturday April 17
12:30 Newcastle – West Ham (Sky Sports), 15:00 Wolves – Sheff Utd (Sky Sports)
Sunday April 18
1:30 PM Arsenal v Fulham (Sky Sports), 4:00 PM Man Utd – Burnley (Sky Sports)
Monday, April 19
20:00 Leeds – Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Tuesday, April 20
20:00 Chelsea – Brighton (Sky Sports)
Wednesday, April 21
6:00 PM Spurs – Southampton (Sky Sports), 8:15 PM Aston Villa – Man City (Sky Sports)
Thursday, April 22
8:00 pm Leicester v West Brom (BT Sport)
Friday, April 23
20:00 Arsenal – Everton (Sky Sports)
Saturday April 24
12:30 Liverpool – Newcastle (BT Sport), 5:30 PM West Ham – Chelsea (Sky Sports), 8:00 PM Sheff Utd – Brighton (Sky Sports)
Sunday, April 25
12:00 Wolves – Burnley (BBC), 14:00 Leeds – Man Utd (Sky Sports), 19:00 Aston Villa – West Brom (BT Sport)
Monday, April 26
20:00 Leicester – Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
On Monday night football on April 19, Liverpool will take on Leeds on Elland Road, while Chelsea will host Brighton the day after. Both games are on Sky.
On April 21, there will be more weekday action as Spurs face Southampton at 6pm, before Aston Villa attempt to postpone Manchester City’s victory in a 8:15 pm kick-off.
Games continue to come thick and fast, with Leicester facing West Brom on Thursday, April 22 at BT Sport and Arsenal against Everton at 8pm on Friday, April 23.
Aston Villa and Manchester City meet live on Sky Sports on Wednesday, April 21 (8:15 pm KO)
On the last weekend of the final round of TV matches, Liverpool will host Newcastle on April 24 at lunchtime, with evening matches between London rivals West Ham and Chelsea (5.30pm), and Sheffield United and Brighton (8pm).
In addition to Leeds vs United on April 25, the BBC will show Wolves’ home game with Burnley at 12pm, while Villa will face West Brom on BT Sport at 7pm.
Leicester’s home game with Crystal Palace on Monday April 26 completes the final set of rescheduled matches.