Premier League TV schedule: Where to watch this week’s matches

FT Desk
  • FT Desk
  • November 29, 2021, 14:21 CET
  • 3 min read
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As November finishes and December begins this week we'll all be treated to a midweek round of Premier League fixtures from Tuesday to Thursday.

The biggest match of the previous weekend saw Manchester United claim an impressive point away at Chelsea.

The Red Devils will have new manager Ralf Rangnick in the dugout when they face Arsenal on Thursday.

That is certainly the fixture to keep an eye on this week as Man Utd could move to within two points of the Gunners should they claim victory.

Rafa Benitez is under major pressure as Everton boss and things won't get easier for him and the Toffees as the Merseyside Derby against Liverpool takes place on Wednesday.

League leaders Chelsea are away at Watford.

The Premier League fixtures are always eagerly anticipated, with live football on TV typically prominent in broadcasters’ schedules given the high value of those rights.

This page will update regularly to highlight what channels will be showing the latest matches in the United Kingdom and United States, with broadcasters including Sky Sports, BT Sport and NBC prominent.

English Premier League fixtures on TV (UK times)

Tuesday, 30 November

Newcastle vs. Norwich (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Leeds vs. Crystal Palace (20:15 pm)

US: Universo

UK: Amazon Prime

Wednesday, 1 December

Southampton vs. Leicester (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Watford vs. Chelsea (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

West Ham vs. Brighton (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Wolves vs. Burnley (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Aston Villa vs. Man City (20:15 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Everton vs. Liverpool (20:15 pm)

US: Universo

UK: Amazon Prime

Thursday, 2 December

Tottenham vs. Brentford (19:30 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Man Utd vs. Arsenal (20:15 pm)

US: Peacock

UK: Amazon Prime

Who holds Premier League broadcast rights for 2021/22?

There are three rightsholders in the United Kingdom for live football on TV - Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video.

Free-to-air highlights are also broadcast on BBC Sport.

In May 2021, there was unanimous agreement between Premier League clubs to sign a three-year renewal extension with the same partners beyond the current season. That means they are now locked in through to the 2024/25 season.

Audio broadcast rights in the UK are held by BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT, who are the licensee for international audio rights.

Television rights in the United States are held by NBC Sports. Matches are shown on a host of TV channels including NBC, CNBC, NBC SN, the NBC App, USA Network, NBC Sports Gold, Universo, Telemundo and Peacock.