How to watch the final games of the 2020 Premier League season
The English Premier League is the most widely watched league in the World . Fans all over the world are eagerly awaiting the restart following the COVID-19 lockdown. All the action starts again on Wednesday the 17th June.
In this guide, we’ll show you several options for using your Vanished VPN subscription to watch every game of a packed schedule. With Liverpool almost certain to lift the trophy in the early rounds, the battles for Champions league places, and safety from relegation in a busy foot of the table will take centre stage
NBC Sports Gold
Our 1st recommendation is bar far the easiest, and will give you access to live streams, Full match replays (available for 30 days) highlights and analysis. NBC Sports is offering its Gold Premier League pass for just $9.99 to cover all the remaining games (normally $64.99 per year, which is also great value). To access this offer:
- Sign up for a Vanished VPN subscription if you don’t have one.
- Connect to our USA VPN
- Go to https://www.nbcsports.com/gold/premier-league and sign up for the gold pass at $9.99
- Go to the Premier League section of their site and enjoy the streams
You can also access the streams on your mobile device or tablet by downloading the NBC Sports Gold app. For this , you will need to be signed onto a USA play or iTunes account.
You will see which games are available live in the schedule. All games will be available as a full match replay after 9pm ET on the day of the match for 30 days.
For the 1st time in Premier League history, some games will be broadcast on free to air BBC. These streams will also be available on BBC iPlayer. Just connect to our UK VPN to access BBC iPlayer . Check out our full guide here if you get stuck.
Hotstar is one of our favourite streaming sites. It carries all of the premier league live streams & highlights. To access the Live streams you will need a Premium account. If you have one, you’re lucky, as they have made it increasingly difficult to sign up from outside India. New Hotstar premium accounts now require an Indian credit card and mobile number. If you have a friend in India, maybe they can help. Alternatively, you can find Premium accounts for sale by searching Instagram (try something like #hotstarpremiumaccounts). We have tried some of these, and they do work, but we cannot guarantee or recommend specific sellers.Once you have a Hotstar premium account, just connect to our India VPN, and the streams will be unblocked.
Fubo.tv & Sling.tv (blue package) both give access to NBC Sports and show most of the matches. They both have free trial periods , and can be unblocked by connecting to our USA VPN. After the trial , Sling.tv is the best value at $30 per month compared to $59.99 for Fubo.tv. Both have recording included.
The Mola TV app is also another option. This provides free access to the streams on your mobile device, and can be unblocked by connecting to our Indonesia VPN. We have found availability of streams to be a bit unreliable, so if you’re looking for a solid solution, NBC Sports is still our #1.
Here’s the initial TV schedule with links to some of the USA streaming sites (which you can access by connecting to our USA VPN). Currently , the season is expected to run until the end of July 2020, with FA cup matches to follow into August. All times are USA Eastern.
Wednesday, June 17
Friday, June 19
Saturday, June 20
Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace, 2:45pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Sunday, June 21
Monday, June 22
Tuesday, June 23
Wednesday, June 24
Newcastle vs. Aston Villa, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Norwich vs. Everton, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Wolves vs. Bournemouth, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Thursday, June 25
Burnley vs. Watford, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Saturday, June 27
Sheffield United vs. Arsenal (FA Cup quarterfinal), Noon, ESPN+
Norwich vs. Manchester United (FA Cup quarterfinal), 3:15pm, ESPN+
Sunday, June 28
Leicester City vs. Chelsea (FA Cup quarterfinal), 9:30am, ESPN+
Newcastle United vs. Manchester City (FA Cup quarterfinal), 1pm, ESPN+
Monday, June 29
Tuesday, June 30
Wednesday, July 1
Arsenal vs. Norwich, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Bournemouth vs. Newcastle, 1pm, Peacock and NBC Sports Gold
Thursday, July 2