BT TV is offering a 50% discount on its Big Sport package until the 2019/20 Premier League season is over.

The top-flight campaign is set to resume on June 17, with Aston Villa hosting Sheffield United at Villa Park before Man City take on Arsenal.

As part of the return, league chiefs have revealed the full schedule, kick-off times, dates and broadcast details for the next three rounds of the campaign.

All 92 of the remaining games will be shown live on television, with coverage being shared out between Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC.

A total of 25 of Sky's games will be available to watch on their free-to-air Pick channel while all fixtures on the BBC and Amazon Prime - who will broadcast four matches each - will be free to view.

BT Sport - who will show 20 of the remaining games - are the only broadcaster not to make any matches available to watch for nothing.

However, they have confirmed details of a deal that allows fans to watch every single match left from the 2019/20 campaign for just £20 per month, 50% off the previous price.

Existing fibre customers can watch the remaining 92 games live, for just £20 per month (down from £40 per month), until July 2 and at the end of the season, they can turn the Big Sport package off thanks to BT’s flexible TV packages.

Premier League football is returning this month

The Big Sport package includes all four BT Sport channels and BoxNation, plus all 11 Sky Sports channels with the NOW TV Sky Sports Pass. Customers can also access Prime Video and the BBC via BT TV.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “We are pleased that the Premier League resumption will give viewers a packed schedule of live football in June as the sport makes its return.

"With every fixture from the Bundesliga, twenty Premier League games and the return of the FA Cup, BT Sport viewers will be in for a football packed summer.

"We are looking forward to broadcasting live domestic football again and bringing some new innovations to our customers to give them the best viewing experience possible.”

BT Sport are already showing every single one of the remaining Bundesliga matches of the 2019/20 season and have done since the German top-flight resumed in May.

FA Cup matches will also be shown on BT Sport, with the Sheffield United v Arsenal and Leicester v Chelsea quarter-finals both being available. Norwich v Manchester United and Newcastle v Man City will be on the BBC.

The first league matches they will show upon the season's restart see Watford lock horns with Leicester and Brighton host Arsenal, both of which are on Saturday, June 20.

They will also show Newcastle v Aston Villa, Wolves v Bournemouth, Chelsea v Man City, Aston Villa v Wolves and Arsenal v Norwich in the next three rounds of fixtures.

Of the first batch of 32 fixtures announced, 11 will be available to watch for free. One will be shown by Amazon Prime, two by the BBC and the remaining eight by Sky Sports via its Pick channel.

Given that the action is set to return, Sky are due to un-pause sports subscriptions on June 19.

It comes after customers were able to pause their packages given that there was no live action being broadcast due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The matches you can watch for free are listed below:

Sunday 21 June


Venue TBC

The full list of fixtures for the next three rounds - along with kick-off times, dates and broadcast details - are available here.

For more information of the BT deal, visit their website.