Premier League have scrapped the Pay-Per-View (PPV) model with all TV fixtures for rest of November now confirmed.
In a statement, Premier League confirmed that all four broadcasting partners with support of clubs will instead televise fixtures live in the UK until January, in a move which sees TV coverage revert to the Project Restart method of ensuring all games were televised.
This approach has been described as an ‘accessible solution for fans’ due to hectic schedules of fixtures throughout December and early January.
Clubs will meet in the New Year to review this arrangement in consultation with broadcasters and any decisions made by UK Government in concerns to return of fans to stadiums.
In mean time, full fixture broadcast details has been confirmed for the next two rounds with December and January TV selections to be unveiled in due course.
Amongst chosen additional matches include Liverpool vs Leicester on Sky Sports on 22 November whilst BBC will screen Fulham’s match against Everton earlier that day at 12pm.
Amazon will meanwhile broadcast Crystal Palace’s match against Newcastle United on Friday 27 November at Selhurst Park in a 8pm kick-off.
Here are full details for matchweeks nine and ten covering 21-23 November then 27-30 November;
Saturday 21 November
12:30pm – Newcastle United vs Chelsea (BT Sport)
3pm – Aston Villa vs Brighton (BT Sport)
5:30pm – Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City (Sky Sports)
8pm – Manchester United vs West Bromwich Albion (BT Sport)
Sunday 22 November
12pm – Fulham vs Everton (BBC)
2pm – Sheffield United vs West Ham (Sky Sports)
4:30pm – Leeds vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
7:15pm – Liverpool vs Leicester (Sky Sports)
Monday 23 November
5:30pm – Burnley vs Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
8pm – Wolves vs Southampton (Sky Sports)
Friday 27 November
8pm – Crystal Palace vs Newcastle United (Amazon Prime)
Saturday 28 November
12:30pm – Brighton vs Liverpool (BT Sport)
3pm – Manchester City vs Burnley (BT Sport)
5:30pm – Everton vs Leeds (Sky Sports)
8pm – West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield United (Sky Sports)
Sunday 29 November
2pm – Southampton vs Manchester United (Sky Sports)
4:30pm – Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
7:15pm – Arsenal vs Wolves (Sky Sports)
Monday 30 November
5:30pm – Leicester vs Fulham (Sky Sports)
8pm – West Ham vs Aston Villa (Sky Sports)