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Premier League reveals more fixtures for incomplete 2019/20 season ahead of restart

Games have been scheduled through July 2nd, with more to come after that.

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The return of the Premier League is drawing ever nearer.

After a lengthy three-month stoppage due to the Coronavirus, the league’s “Project Restart” plans to return to action are becoming more detailed. The fixture list up through July 2nd has been revealed, with some game times still set to change slightly.

Spurs will resume play with a challenging game against Manchester United on June 19th, and we now know when their games against West Ham and Sheffield United will also take place.

Here’s the full list (in BST), with more games set to be scheduled for after July 2nd.

Weds 17th June

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United (6pm) Sky Sports

Man City vs Arsenal (8pm) Sky Sports

Fri 19th June

Norwich vs Southampton (6pm) Sky Sports

Tottenham vs Manchester United (8pm) Sky Sports

Sat 20th June

Watford vs Leicester (12.30pm) BT Sport

Brighton vs Arsenal (3pm) BT Sport

West Ham vs Wolves (5.30pm) Sky Sports

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace (7.45pm) BBC

Sun 21st June

Newcastle vs Sheffield United (2pm) Sky Sports

Aston Villa vs Chelsea (4.30pm) Sky Sports

Everton vs Liverpool (7pm) Sky Sports

Mon 22nd June

Man City vs Burnley (8pm) Sky Sports

Tues 23rd June

Southampton vs Arsenal (6pm) Sky Sports

Tottenham vs West Ham (8.15pm) Sky Sports

Weds 24th June

Manchester United vs Sheffield United (6pm) Sky Sports

Newcastle vs Aston Villa (6pm) BT Sport

Norwich vs Everton (6pm) BBC

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (8.15pm) Sky Sports

Thurs 25th June

Burnley vs Watford (6pm) Sky Sports

Leicester vs Brighton (6pm) Sky Sports

Chelsea vs Man City (8.15pm) Sky Sports

Wolves vs Bournemouth (8.15pm) BT Sport

Sat 27th June

Sheffield United vs Arsenal (FA Cup) (5pm) BT Sport

Norwich vs Manchester United (FA Cup) (8.15pm) BBC

Sun 28th June

Aston Villa vs Wolves (12pm) BT Sport

Leicester vs Chelsea (FA Cup) (2.30pm) BT Sport

Newcastle vs Man City (FA Cup) (6pm) BBC

Watford vs Southampton (4.30pm) Sky Sports

Mon 29th June

Crystal Palace vs Burnley (8pm) Amazon Prime

Tues 30th June

Brighton vs Manchester United (6pm) Sky Sports

Sheffield United vs Tottenham (8.15pm) Sky Sports

Weds 1st July

Bournemouth vs Newcastle (6pm) Sky Sports

Everton vs Leicester (6pm) Sky Sports

West Ham vs Chelsea (8.15pm) Sky Sports

Thurs 2nd July

Arsenal vs Norwich (6pm) BT Sport

Man City vs Liverpool (8.15pm) Sky Sports

All three of Tottenham’s games listed there will take place on a weekday. That’s usually grounds for fair complaints from the supporters, but these matches will obviously all take place without fans in attendance.

Each of those three initial Spurs games should also be quite challenging. United is in fifth, Sheffield United had been shocking the league and currently sit in seventh (just ahead of Tottenham), and West Ham always find motivation for a derby with Spurs, no matter what the Hammers current form is.

After those matches, there are still six Spurs matches that need to be scheduled. Those contests include a North London Derby with Arsenal and games against Everton, Bournemouth, Newcastle, Leicester City, and Crystal Palace.

Spurs have a bit of a hill to climb in the league table. The Lilywhites were struggling heavily when play was halted in early March. At the moment, Spurs are in eighth place in the table, with Champions League qualification seeming like a very tough ask for the squad.

But who knows what will happen after such an unprecedented amount of time off. If the Bundesliga’s restart is any indication, players will come back rusty and more prone to injuries. It feels unlikely given how the season was going, but maybe that will end up helping Spurs get over their struggles.

Expect the rest of the fixtures to be announced and confirmed soon as the league continues its discussions with TV broadcasters.