Premier League fixtures: Man City vs Arsenal, Aston Villa vs Sheffield United on June 17 – all remaining matches

WE’RE one step closer to top-flight football returning in England.

After the government confirmed that top level sport can return after June 1, the Premier League has voted for a June 17 restart.

Man City vs Arsenal will be the first Premier League fixture played after the restart

If there are no other setbacks, Project Restart is now set to come into fruition with the 2019/20 season to be completed by the beginning of August.

When is the Premier League set to return?

Project Restart is the name given to the Premier League’s plan to get top-flight football going again in England.

There have been no Prem games held since March 9 and the government have always maintained that none would be held until it was ‘safe to do so’.

Boris Johnson has published his ‘road map’ as the country looks to navigate through the Covid-19 outbreak, which includes the new guidelines for professional sport.

Most teams currently have ten games remaining in the 2019/20 season, while Man City, Sheffield United, Arsenal and Aston Villa have 11 still to play.

And on May 28, it was revealed clubs are pushing for the top-flight to restart on June 17 and finish on August 1.

West Ham are mired in a relegation battle

Do we know what date the Premier League will restart?

The Premier League are expected to announce the remaining fixture dates at some point today.

And the first games are set to be held on Wednesday June 17 and will feature Man City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United.

Once those games are out the way, it is almost certain that the fixtures from Week 30 will take place at the weekend with Tottenham v Manchester United tipped for the Friday night slot.

Exact dates for the remaining matches are due to be announced, once the Premier League clubs agree on a framework which suits everyone and TV companies sort out how to broadcast the behind-closed-doors games.

The fixtures remaining are as follows, with dates and all kick-off times still to be confirmed.

Premier League remaining fixtures

Week 28 (games in hand)

June 17 – Aston Villa vs Sheffield UnitedJune 17 – Manchester City vs Arsenal

Week 30

Aston Villa vs ChelseaBournemouth vs Crystal PalaceBrighton and Hove Albion vs ArsenalEverton vs LiverpoolManchester City vs BurnleyNewcastle United vs Sheffield UnitedNorwich City vs SouthamptonTottenham Hotspur vs Manchester UnitedWatford vs Leicester CityWest Ham United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Week 31

Burnley vs WatfordChelsea vs Manchester CityLeicester City vs Brighton and Hove AlbionLiverpool vs Crystal PalaceManchester United vs Sheffield UnitedNewcastle United vs Aston VillaNorwich City vs EvertonSouthampton vs ArsenalTottenham Hotspur vs West Ham UnitedWolverhampton Wanderers vs Bournemouth

The Premier League is set to screen five back-to-back matches each Saturday and Sunday once football returns

Week 32

Arsenal vs Norwich CityAston Villa vs Wolverhampton WanderersBournemouth vs Newcastle UnitedBrighton and Hove Albion vs Manchester UnitedCrystal Palace vs BurnleyEverton vs Leicester CityManchester City vs LiverpoolSheffield United vs Tottenham HotspurWatford vs SouthamptonWest Ham United vs Chelsea

Week 33

Burnley vs Sheffield UnitedChelsea vs WatfordLeicester City vs Crystal PalaceLiverpool vs Aston VillaManchester United vs BournemouthNewcastle United vs West Ham UnitedNorwich City vs Brighton and Hove AlbionSouthampton vs Manchester CityTottenham Hotspur vs EvertonWolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal

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Week 34

Arsenal vs Leicester CityAston Villa vs Manchester UnitedBournemouth vs Tottenham HotspurBrighton and Hove Albion vs LiverpoolCrystal Palace vs ChelseaEverton vs SouthamptonManchester City vs Newcastle UnitedSheffield United vs Wolverhampton WanderersWatford vs Norwich CityWest Ham United vs Burnley

Week 35

Aston Villa vs Crystal PalaceBournemouth vs Leicester CityBrighton and Hove Albion vs Manchester CityLiverpool vs BurnleyManchester United vs SouthamptonNorwich City vs West Ham UnitedSheffield United vs ChelseaTottenham Hotspur vs ArsenalWatford vs Newcastle UnitedWolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton

Week 36

Arsenal vs LiverpoolBurnley vs Wolverhampton WanderersChelsea vs Norwich CityCrystal Palace vs Manchester UnitedEverton vs Aston VillaLeicester City vs Sheffield UnitedManchester City vs BournemouthNewcastle United vs Tottenham HotspurSouthampton vs Brighton and Hove AlbionWest Ham United vs Watford

Week 37

Aston Villa vs ArsenalBournemouth vs SouthamptonBrighton and Hove Albion vs Newcastle UnitedLiverpool vs ChelseaManchester United vs West Ham UnitedNorwich City vs BurnleySheffield United vs EvertonTottenham Hotspur vs Leicester CityWatford vs Manchester CityWolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace

Week 38

Arsenal vs WatfordBurnley vs Brighton and Hove AlbionChelsea vs Wolverhampton WanderersCrystal Palace vs Tottenham HotspurEverton vs BournemouthLeicester City vs Manchester UnitedManchester City vs Norwich CityNewcastle United vs LiverpoolSouthampton vs Sheffield UnitedWest Ham United vs Aston Villa


By: Jim Sheridan
Title: Premier League fixtures: Man City vs Arsenal, Aston Villa vs Sheffield United on June 17 – all remaining matches
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Published Date: Wed, 03 Jun 2020 08:04:22 +0000