The Premier League has returned and the TV coverage is bigger and better than ever before with numerous games being made free to air.
To compensate for matches taking place behind closed doors, all 92 remaining matches will be televised live, with a staggered schedule so fans can watch every single moment of the beautiful game.
It has also meant that the Premier League will be going free-to-air for the first time. In addition to BBC and Amazon Prime screening for free, Sky will also broadcast 25 games for free on terrestrial channel Pick TV.
Swathes of fans have already made the most of the channel as Everton v Liverpool brought in a record 5.5 million viewers across Sky’s platforms – with a large chunk from Pick TV – in recent weeks.
It’s an unprecedented move for the top-tier football competition that could reshape football forever – and means non-Sky customers still have these Premier League fixtures to look forward to…
What Premier League games are on Pick TV?
Tuesday 30th June
Brighton v Manchester United (6pm)
Wednesday 1st July
Bournemouth v Newcastle (6pm)
Saturday 4th July
Leicester v Crystal Palace (3pm)
Sunday 5th July
Burnley v Sheffield United (12pm)
Tuesday 7th July
Watford v Norwich (6pm)
Thursday 9th July
Bournemouth v Tottenham (6pm)
Sunday 12th July
Wolves v Everton (12pm)
Bournemouth v Leicester (7pm)
Monday 13th July
Man Utd v Southampton (8pm)
Pick TV’s remaining 10 fixtures will air in July with the complete schedule to be announced shortly once the broadcasters have come to an agreement.
How can I watch Pick TV?
Pick TV is a free-to-air channel owned by Sky, and can be found on the following channel numbers. There are high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD) channels, though the content on each may vary. Only the channels listed below will show Premier League games on Pick TV.
Pick HD: Channel 159
Pick SD: Channel 895
Pick HD: Channel 165
Pick SD: Channel 11
Pick HD: Channel 147
Sky customers can also watch Pick TV on the Sky Go app.
Premier League results on Pick TV
Friday 19th June
Norwich 0-3 Southampton
Sunday 21st June
Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United
Everton 0-0 Liverpool
Wednesday 24th June
Manchester United 3-0 Sheffield United
Thursday 25th June
Burnley 1-0 Watford
Sunday 28th June
Watford 1-3 Southampton
Check out the full list of Premier League fixtures on TV and visit our TV guide for what’s on.