All 28 Premier League games in September will be broadcast live on TV.
The games will air via the League’s existing broadcasting partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and the BBC.
Sky Sports and BT Sport have already selected 17 matches for live broadcast for the first three match rounds of the 2020/21 season.
Of the remaining 11 matches, Sky Sports will broadcast an additional six, BT Sport a further three and BBC and Amazon Prime Video one each.
The league and government are hoping fans can return to Premier League stadiums from October.
|Sat 12 Sept||12.30pm||Fulham v Arsenal||BT Sport|
|3.00pm||Crystal Palace v Southampton||BT Sport|
|5.30pm||Liverpool v Leeds||Sky Sports|
|8.00pm||West Ham v Newcastle||Pick|
|Sun 13 Sept||2.00pm||West Brom v Leicester||Sky Sports|
|4.30pm||Spurs v Everton||Sky Sports|
|Mon 14 Sept||6.00pm||Sheffield Utd v Wolves||Pick|
|8.15pm||Brighton v Chelsea||Sky Sports|
|Sat 19 Sept||12.30pm||Everton v West Brom||BT Sport|
|3.00pm||Leeds v Fulham||BT Sport|
|5.30pm||Man Utd v Crystal Palace||Sky Sports|
|8.00pm||Arsenal v West Ham||Sky Sports|
|Sun 20th Sept||12.00pm||Southampton v Spurs||BT Sport|
|2.00pm||Newcastle v Brighton||Pick|
|4.30pm||Chelsea v Liverpool||Sky Sports|
|7.00pm||Leicester v Burnley||BBC Sport|
|Mon 21st Sept||6.00pm||Aston Villa v Sheffield Utd||Pick|
|8.15pm||Wolves v Man City||Sky Sports|
*The third round of televised fixtures, to take place at the end of September, will be announced shortly.