Premier League TV fixtures: Manchester United, Tottenham and Wolves all in action as BT Sport reveal latest televised matches

As the race for Europe and the battle to avoid the drop intensifies, our unrivalled Premier League coverage continues with another five unmissable games in July.

Published: 4 September 2020 - 3.21pm
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BT Sport will be showing five more games of huge importance at both ends of the Premier League table in July

As the Premier League reaches its crescendo, we're delighted to announce our upcoming televised fixtures for Matchweeks 36 and 37.

BT Sport will be exclusively broadcasting five more games of huge importance for clubs at both ends of the table, with plenty still to be decided right across the league.

And don't forget, with BT TV you can watch every single Premier League game between now and the end of the season in one place!

We kick off with stuttering Tottenham’s trip to St. James' Park to take on in-form Newcastle on Wednesday 15 July.

Steve Bruce has presided over an impressive run of form since the restart to steer his side clear of the relegation zone, while Jose Mourinho’s Spurs are still seeking European qualification despite an inconsistent run of form over the last few weeks.

Matchweek 36

Fixture

Newcastle v Tottenham

Date (KO time)

Wednesday 15 July, 6pm

Matchweek 36

Fixture

Crystal Palace v Man Utd

Date (KO time)

Thursday 16 July, 8.15pm

Matchweek 36

Fixture

Southampton v Brighton

Date (KO time)

Thursday 16 July 8.15pm

Matchweek 37

Fixture

Bournemouth v Southampton

Date (KO time)

Sunday 19 July, 2pm

Matchweek 37

Fixture

Wolves v Crystal Palace

Date (KO time)

Monday 20 July, 8.15pm

Fixture

Date (KO time)

Matchweek 36

Newcastle v Tottenham

Wednesday 15 July, 6pm

Matchweek 36

Crystal Palace v Man Utd

Thursday 16 July, 8.15pm

Matchweek 36

Southampton v Brighton

Thursday 16 July 8.15pm

Matchweek 37

Bournemouth v Southampton

Sunday 19 July, 2pm

Matchweek 37

Wolves v Crystal Palace

Monday 20 July, 8.15pm

The next day we’re showing a crunch double-header with ramifications at both ends of the table, as Crystal Palace host resurgent Manchester United and Southampton entertain relegation-threatened Brighton.

Inspired by Bruno Fernandes, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been in scintillating form since the return and are firmly in contention for a top four finish.

Standing in their way are mid-table Palace who have already assured their top-flight status for next season.

The second match in our double-header sees the Seagulls make the short trip to Southampton for a south coast derby which could go a long way to determining which division Graham Potter's men compete in next season.

Then, on Sunday 19 July, the Saints are in action in front of the BT Sport cameras one again, against another side scrapping for survival in neighbours Bournemouth.

Eddie Howe’s men have been in wretched form in recent weeks and desperately need to string some results together to stand any chance of playing Premier League football next season.

Finally, on Monday 20 July, European hopefuls Wolves welcome Crystal Palace to Molineux in another must-win for Nuno Espirito Santo’s impressive outfit who still have Europa League commitments to look forward to in August.

Check out all BT Sport's upcoming Premier League fixtures right here!

BT Sport is working with the makers of FIFA - EA Sports - to provide a sophisticated, simulated fan noise to best replicate the Premier League's famous atmosphere.

Viewers also have the option of watching the action without our pre-recorded dynamic crowd noise feature by using the red button on TV or selecting the relevant BT Sport Extra channel on the BT Sport app or online.

We have also launched ‘Watch Together’, an exciting new social innovation, allowing customers using the BT Sport app on mobile or tablet to watch, see and chat with friends in a split screen, while the match is being played. 

We will also continue to make the majority of games available using the latest broadcast technology, offering the best pictures and sound available in 4k HDR with Dolby Atmos and in 360° on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet.

We will use our industry-leading remote production capabilities to minimise the number of people that will be at a ground or the studio, with presenters at the BT Sport Studio, and some guests and the majority of crew working remotely or from home.

In addition to TV, all matches will be broadcast on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet, as well as on Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung TV and Apple TV and BT.com/sport – all via the revolutionary enhanced video player.

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