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The new NBC Sports Premier League schedule for the 2019-20 season has been released for the final day, with times, channels and dates for the final week confirmed and here’s how you can watch it all live on TV in the USA and via Peacock online.
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The final day sees 10 Premier League games aired across five channels, with the remaining five games on Peacock and NBC Sports Gold.
With games spread out across multiple days and many in separate time slots, it has been an amazing party since the restart as the league returned on June 17 after being suspended on March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite games being played in empty stadiums at home venues, it has been one heck of a celebration.
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The full TV schedule for the games this month are below, plus you can watch every single second of every single game live online via NBC Sports.com, the NBC Sports App and by purchasing the Premier League Pass via NBC Sports Gold and the new Peacock streaming service from NBC.
Below is the new schedule for the Premier League on NBC Sports from June 17 to July 26, as the channels for the final day of the 2019-20 season is now confirmed and here’s how to watch in the USA.
Matchday 29
Wednesday, June 17: Aston Villa 0-0 Sheffield UnitedWednesday, June 17: Man City 3-0 Arsenal
Matchday 30
Friday, June 19: Norwich 0-3 SouthamptonFriday, June 19: Tottenham 1-1 Man UnitedSaturday, June 20: Watford 1-1 LeicesterSaturday, June 20: Brighton 2-1 ArsenalSaturday, June 20: West Ham 0-2 WolvesSaturday, June 20: Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal PalaceSunday, June 21: Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield UnitedSunday, June 21: Aston Villa 1-2 ChelseaSunday, June 21: Everton 0-0 LiverpoolMonday, June 22: Man City 5-0 Burnley
Matchday 31
Tuesday, June 23: Leicester 0-0 BrightonTuesday, June 23: Tottenham 2-0 West HamWednesday, June 24: Man United 3-0 Sheffield UnitedWednesday, June 24: Newcastle 1-1 Aston VillaWednesday, June 24: Norwich 0-1 EvertonWednesday, June 24: Wolves 1-0 BournemouthWednesday, June 24: Liverpool 4-0 PalaceThursday, June 25: Southampton 0-2 ArsenalThursday, June 25: Burnley 1-0 WatfordThursday, June 25: Chelsea 2-1 Man City
Matchday 32
Saturday, June 27: Aston Villa 0-1 WolvesSunday, June 28: Watford 1-3 SouthamptonMonday, June 29: Crystal Palace 0-1 BurnleyTuesday, June 30: Brighton 0-3 Man UnitedWednesday, July 1: Everton 2-1 LeicesterWednesday, July 1: Bournemouth 1-4 NewcastleWednesday, July 1: Arsenal 4-0 NorwichWednesday, July 1: West Ham 3-2 ChelseaThursday, July 2: Sheffield United 3-1 TottenhamThursday, July 2: Man City 4-0 Liverpool
Matchday 33
Saturday, July 4: Norwich City 0-1 BrightonSaturday, July 4: Leicester 3-0 Crystal PalaceSaturday, July 4: Man United 5-2 BournemouthSaturday, July 4: Wolves 0-2 ArsenalSaturday, July 4: Chelsea 3-0 WatfordSunday, July 5: Burnley 1-1 Sheffield UnitedSunday, July 5: Newcastle United 2-2 West HamSunday, July 5: Liverpool 2-0 Aston VillaSunday, July 5: Southampton 1-0 Man CityMonday, July 6: Tottenham 1-0 Everton
Matchday 34
Tuesday, July 7: Crystal Palace 2-3 ChelseaTuesday, July 7: Watford 2-1 Norwich CityTuesday, July 7: Arsenal 1-1 Leicester CityWednesday, July 8: Man City 5-0 NewcastleWednesday, July 8: Sheffield United 1-0 WolvesWednesday, July 8: West Ham 0-1 BurnleyWednesday, July 8: Brighton 1-3 LiverpoolThursday, July 9: Bournemouth 0-0 TottenhamThursday, July 9: Everton 1-1 SouthamptonThursday, July 9: Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester United
Matchday 35
Saturday, July 11: Norwich City 0-4 West HamSaturday, July 11: Watford 2-1 Newcastle UnitedSaturday, July 11: Liverpool 1-1 BurnleySaturday, July 11: Sheffield United 3-0 ChelseaSaturday, July 11: Brighton 0-5 Manchester CitySunday, July 12: Wolves 3-0 EvertonSunday, July 12: Aston Villa 2-1 Crystal PalaceSunday, July 12: Tottenham 2-1 ArsenalSunday, July 12: Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester CityMonday, July 13: Man United 2-2 Southampton
Matchday 36
Tuesday, July 14: Chelsea 1-0 NorwichWednesday, July 15: Burnley 1-1 WolvesWednesday, July 15: Man City 2-1 BournemouthWednesday, July 15: Newcastle 1-3 TottenhamWednesday, July 15: Arsenal 2-1 LiverpoolThursday, July 16: Everton 1-1 Aston VillaThursday, July 16: Leicester 2-0 Sheffield UnitedThursday, July 16: Crystal Palace 0-2 Man UnitedThursday, July 16: Southampton 1-1 BrightonFriday, July 17: West Ham 3-1 Watford
Matchday 37
Saturday, July 18: Norwich City 0-2 BurnleySunday, July 19: Bournemouth 0-2 SouthamptonSunday, July 19: Tottenham 3-0 LeicesterMonday, July 20: Brighton 0-0 NewcastleMonday, July 20: Sheffield United 0-1 EvertonMonday, July 20: Wolves 2-0 Crystal PalaceTuesday, July 21: Watford 0-4 Man CityTuesday, July 21: Aston Villa 1-0 ArsenalWednesday, July 22: Man United 1-1 West HamWednesday, July 22: Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea
Matchday 38
Sunday, July 26: Arsenal v. Watford, 11am ET, Gold ChannelSunday, July 26: Burnley v. Brighton, 11am ET, Gold/PeacockSunday, July 26: Chelsea v. Wolves, 11am ET, USASunday, July 26: Crystal Palace v. Tottenham, 11am ET, Gold/PeacockSunday, July 26: Everton v. Bournemouth, 11am ET, CNBCSunday, July 26: Leicester City v. Man United, 11am ET, NBCSunday, July 26: Man City v. Norwich City, 11am ET, Gold/PeacockSunday, July 26: Newcastle v. Liverpool, 11am ET, Gold/PeacockSunday, July 26: Southampton v. Sheffield United, 11am ET, Gold/PeacockSunday, July 26: West Ham v. Aston Villa, 11am ET, NBCSN
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Source : https://soccer.nbcsports.com/2020/07/22/championship-insanity-west-brom-promoted-to-premier-league/

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