- To ensure all teams have played 29 games, two games will be held on June 17.
- From 19 onwards, the new set of fixtures will start.
- United's clash against Tottenham is tentatively set to be the opening game.
Manchester United's trip to face Tottenham Hotspur could be the opener for the Premier League's first full weekend of matches, reports The Times.
Teams like Manchester City and Arsenal have played only 28 games and those leftover fixtures will take place on June 17.
United's game against Tottenham is believed to kickstart the first weekend of games since the lockdown.
Although it was initially expected to happen on June 20, the date has now been pushed to June 19.
Sky Sports will air the remaining games - Sheffield United vs Aston Villa and City vs Arsenal - on June 17.
They will also broadcast United vs Tottenham on the evening of Friday, June 19. The report goes on to add that Sky will air 25 of their 64 live matches for free while BBC and Amazon Prime will also broadcast four matches each.
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