Premier League on TV 2019-20 – all you need to know
It’s all change in the Premier League next season with a new three-year TV deal starting
Some key differences include:
> Sky now have all the weekend first picks, BT have no weekend first picks.
> Sky and BT’s Saturday matches now swap round – lunchtime kick-offs on BT, tea-times on Sky.
> There will be eight 7.45pm Saturday kick-offs for the first time, all on Sky.
> For the first time entire rounds of fixtures will be screened – Amazon Prime enter the fray with every Boxing Day round match being screened and the entire first December midweek round (Amazon have contracted BT Sport to produce its Premier League games).
Where to watch the Premier League 2019-20 season
SKY SPORTS (128 GAMES A SEASON)
Saturday 5.30pm – 32 matches a season
Saturdays 7.45pm – 8 matches
Sundays 2pm – 32 matches
Sundays 4.30pm – 32 matches
Mondays or Fridays 7.30pm to 8pm – 24 matches
BT SPORT (52 GAMES A SEASON)
Saturdays 12.30pm – 32 matches a season
Games from two midweek fixture rounds (15 matches) and five matches from the new winter break split weekend.
AMAZON PRIME (20 GAMES A SEASON)
EVERY game from Boxing Day – 10 matches
EVERY game from the first December midweek round – 10 matches