At long last, the Premier League returns to screens this week. The coronavirus pandemic may be stopping fans from filling stadiums right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t cheer your team on from home.
Like you, we love our football here at finder.com. That’s why we’ve scoured the best deals for getting the perfect match day setup. After comparing the competition we decided that Sky’s NOW TV offers top-of-the-table value for streaming the Premier League online. By signing up you can watch all 11 Sky Sports channels, without committing to a long contract.
NOW TV is offering 25% off on the 3-month pass, so you can grab it for even less. Sign up now and start planning every match viewing!
Unless you want to go for a Sky Sports subscription, the cheaper option is a NOW TV Sports Pass.
The service works just like Netflix, but it’s live. You can stream any match shown on Sky through your Internet connection.
The season will begin again on Wednesday 17 June with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal.
There are 92 matches still to play in total.
Sky Sports will show 64 of the 92 games remaining: that’s the 39 it would already have had and an additional 25. See below for the remaining fixtures this season, as well as the selection that will be available on Sky Sports.
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United 18:00
Man City vs Arsenal 20:00
Norwich vs Southampton 18:00
Spurs vs Manchester United 20:00
Watford vs Leicester 12:30
Brighton vs Arsenal 15:00
West Ham vs Wolves 17:30
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace 19:45
Newcastle vs Sheffield 14:00
Aston Villa vs Chelsea 16:30
Everton vs Liverpool 19:00
Man City vs Burnley 20:00
Southampton vs Arsenal 18:00
Spurs vs West Ham 20:15
Man United vs Sheffield United 18:00
Newcastle vs Aston Villa 18:00
Norwich vs Everton 18:00
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace 20:15
Burnley vs Watford 18:00
Leicester vs Brighton 18:00
Chelsea vs Man City 20:15
Wolves vs Bournemouth 20:15
Aston Villa vs Wolves 12:00
Watford vs Southampton 16:30
Crystal Palace vs Burnley 20:00
Brighton vs Man United 18:00
Sheffield United vs Spurs 20:15
Bournemouth vs Newcastle 18:00
Everton vs Leicester 18:00
West Ham vs Chelsea 20:15
Arsenal vs Norwich 18:00
Man City vs Liverpool 20:15
Norwich City vs Brighton 12:30
Man Utd vs AFC Bournemouth 15:00
Leicester City vs Crystal Palace 15:00
Wolves vs Arsenal 17:30
Chelsea vs Watford 20:00
Burnley vs Sheffield United 12:00
Newcastle United vs West Ham 14:00
Liverpool vs Aston Villa 16:30
Southampton vs Manchester City 19:00
Spurs vs Everton 20:00
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea 18:00
Watford vs Norwich City 18:00
Arsenal vs Leicester City 20:15
Man City vs Newcastle United 18:00
West Ham vs Burnley 18:00
Sheffield United vs Wolves 18:00
Brighton vs Liverpool 20:15
AFC Bournemouth vs Spurs 18:00
Everton vs Southampton 18:00
Aston Villa vs Man Utd 20:15
Norwich City vs West Ham 12:30
Watford vs Newcastle United 12:30
Liverpool vs Burnley 15:00
Sheffield United vs Chelsea 17:30
Brighton vs Man City 20:00
Wolves vs Everton 12:00
Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace 14:00
Spurs vs Arsenal 16:30
AFC Bournemouth vs Leicester City 19:00
Man Utd vs Southampton 20:00
Chelsea vs Norwich 20:00
Burnley vs Wolves 18:00
Man City vs AFC Bournemouth 18:00
Newcastle United vs Spurs 18:00
Arsenal vs Liverpool 20:00
Everton vs Aston Villa 18:00
Leicester City vs Sheffield United 18:00
Crystal Palace vs Man Utd 20:00
Southampton vs Brighton 20:00
West Ham vs Watford 20:00
Norwich vs Burnley 17:30
AFC Bournemouth vs Southampton 14:00
Spurs vs Leicester City 16:00
Brighton vs Newcastle United 18:00
AFC Bournemouth vs Southampton 14:00
Wolves vs Crystal Palace 20:00
Watford vs Man City 18:00
Aston Villa vs Arsenal 20:00
Man Utd vs West Ham 18:00
Liverpool vs Chelsea 20:00
Arsenal vs Watford 16:00
Burnley vs Brighton 16:00
Chelsea vs Wolves 16:00
Crystal Palace vs Spurs 16:00
Everton vs AFC Bournemouth 16:00
Leicester City vs Man Utd 16:00
Man City vs Norwich City 16:00
Newcastle United vs Liverpool 16:00
Southampton vs Sheffield United 16:00
West Ham vs Aston Villa 16:00
Yes, a selection of games will be free to view. The Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton is the most notable of those. That occasion could see Liverpool crowned Premier League champions, which takes place on Sunday 21 June at 19:00.
Sky will put these free-to-air games on the “Pick” Channel and simulcast on Sky Sports. You can also watch this via Now TV.
- Day/Week/Month passes. This gives great flexibility. You can just watch one big weekend if you wanted.
- Great value. If you don’t want to sign up for a whole season, you don’t have to.
- All 11 Sky Sports channels. If you’re a big sports fan, you can watch more than football.
- Your pass will roll over if you don’t cancel it. You’ll need to cancel to avoid paying another day, week or month.
- You can’t watch BT Sports. You’ll have access to everything Sky Sports has on offer.
Sky Sports has a new look, now with dedicated channels for different sports. There will still be the best live sport, with 11 channels, just dedicated channels for the Premier League, Football, Cricket, Golf and F1.
In addition to the live games Sky is showing, you’ll also be able to watch some new weeknight shows. The debate shows will centre on different clubs, featuring interviews, documentaries and behind-the-scenes access.
That’s why these new deals from NOW TV have come at just the right time. They offer flexibility and great value, so you can try it out and see if you like it. If you don’t? It doesn’t matter because there’s no contract.
With Sky’s new look sports channels, you only have to pay for the sport you enjoy.
Existing customers can add Sky Sports for just £18.
Here are a few tips to get the best from NOW TV:
- Restart your router
- Restart the TV
- Reset the TV to factory setting
- Update your TV software
- Unplug the TV and plug it back in
You shouldn’t! Here are a few things to remember:
- It’s poor quality. Streaming often takes ages to buffer, will keep cutting out and is bad picture quality.
- It risks your computer. All of those pop-ups aren’t doing your laptop much good.
- It’s illegal. The team at Sky works hard to bring the best coverage to fans. Pay your bit, sit back and enjoy the football!
- It’s so much easier to just buy it. Save yourself all that trouble and you can just buy a day pass. Problem solved.