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Premier League expected to set date for Everton and Liverpool fixtures

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The Premier League fixture list for the resumption of the 2019/20 season is due to be released imminently, according to reports.

Top-flight football will resume on Wednesday, May 17 with Manchester City vs Arsenal and Sheffield United vs Aston Villa, the two fixtures that were originally rescheduled due to the Carabao Cup final.



However, the dates for the remaining 90 matches of the season are yet to be set and, while the season will resume with the fixtures that were the first to be postponed due to the coronavirus crisis, the dates and times of fixtures are still to be confirmed - including the Merseyside derby.



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Clarification could be right around the corner though, The Independent reports that the full Premier League TV schedule is likely to be disclosed by Wednesday at the latest.



It’s added that the delay is due to the negotiations between broadcasters on sharing the coverage, with the match on Friday, May 19, expected to be Tottenham vs Manchester United, causing issues as they decide who gets to show the match.

All 92 matches remaining in the Premier League will be shown on live TV, with Sky Sports showing 64 games, with 25 free-to-air on their channels.

Premier League restart plans

There will be no scuffle around coverage of Everton vs Liverpool though, as Sky have already confirmed that the match will be their first to be broadcast as part of their free-to-air coverage.

Meanwhile, BT Sport have 20 allocated matches to show due to their contract with the Premier League.

Amazon Prime, who made their debut with two full rounds of action in December, will have another four games as well as the BBC, with the latter showing coverage of the Premier League for the first time since the league’s inception in 1992.


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