Premier League schedule: What games are on today? TV channels, times to watch EPL soccer in USA

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Soccer fans can finally rejoice: the Premier League is back.

After three months without games due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the EPL returned Wednesday with a pair of matches to conclude the Matchday 29 schedule, which had been on pause. Play continues this weekend with 10 fixtures over four days, highlighted by the Merseyside Derby between league leader Liverpool and Everton.

Here's everything you need to know about the return of the Premier League, including a full schedule for Matchday 30 and how to watch the matches in the United States.

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Premier League schedule: What games are on today?

Here is the complete Premier League schedule for Matchday 30, which runs June 19-22:

Friday, June 19

Time

Fixture

TV channel

1 p.m. ET

Norwich City vs. Southampton

NBCSN, fuboTV

3:15 p.m. ET

Tottenham vs. Manchester United

NBCSN, fuboTV

Saturday, June 20

Time

Fixture

TV channel

7:30 a.m. ET

Watford vs. Leicester City

NBCSN, fuboTV

10 a.m. ET

Brighton vs. Arsenal

NBCSN, fuboTV

12:30 p.m. ET

West Ham vs. Wolves

NBC, fuboTV

2:45 p.m. ET

Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace

NBC Gold, Peacock

Sunday, June 21

Time

Fixture

TV channel

9 a.m. ET

New Castle vs. Sheffield United

NBCSN, fuboTV

11:15 a.m. ET

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea

NBCSN, fuboTV

2 p.m. ET

Everton vs. Liverpool

NBC, fuboTV

Monday, June 22

Time

Fixture

TV channel

3 p.m. ET

Manchester City vs. Burnley

NBCSN, fuboTV

How to watch Premier League soccer in USA

For those with a cable package, Premier League games can be found on NBC or NBCSN. You can also live stream EPL games with the NBC Sports App or on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

Premier League Matchday 30 results

Fixture

Norwich City vs. Southampton

Tottenham vs. Manchester United

Watford vs. Leicester City

Brighton vs. Arsenal

West Ham vs. Wolves

Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace

New Castle vs. Sheffield United

Aston Villa vs. Chelsea

Everton vs. Liverpool

Manchester City vs. Burnley

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