100 days on from its pausing the Premier League is back with Sheffield United taking on Aston Villa and Manchester City taking on Arsenal on Wednesday night.
In total 92 games are still to be played in the league each of which will provide a welcome distraction during the boredom-inducing coronavirus lockdown.
Sky Sports is hosting over two-thirds of the remaining games, 25 of which will be available to watch on their free-to-view platform Pick TV.
Here’s how to access the channel.
What is Pick TV?
Originally known as Sky Three, Pick TV is a freeview channel which provides viewers with a sample of Sky’s paid programming.
The channel is set to grow exponentially in popularity with the arrival of the Premier League.
How do I find Pick TV?
Thankfully there is no need to get bogged down with long-term contracts to access Pick TV.
Depending on your freeview set-up you can find Pick TV on the following channels:
Freeview: Channel 11
Freesat: Channel 144
Sky: Channel 159
Virgin Media: Channel 165
Which games are being shown on Pick TV?
The dates for the first three rounds of fixtures has been announced with the following available to watch on Pick TV:
Friday, June 19
Norwich v Southampton 6pm
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle v Sheffield United 2pm
Everton v Liverpool 7pm
Wednesday June 24
Manchester United v Sheffield United 6pm
Thursday June 25
Burnley v Watford 6pm
Sunday June 28
Watford v Southampton 4.30pm
Tuesday June 30
Brighton v Manchester United 8.15pm
Wednesday July 1
Bournemouth v Newcastle 6pm
Are any other channels showing free fixtures?
Both BBC and Amazon are showing four free fixtures apiece.
The BBC will show Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on June 20 at 7:45pm, followed by Norwich v Everton on June 24 at 6pm, and then two matches yet to be confirmed.
Amazon meanwhile will show Crystal Palace v Burnley on June 29 at 8pm followed by three fixtures still to be confirmed.