The English Premier League League revealed today, Thursday, the broadcast dates for the remaining matches of the current season 2019 – 2020, after it announced the return of competitions beginning on June 17, after a pause that lasted about 3 months, due to the crisis of the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The broadcasting dates for the English Premier League matches, Cairo time, were as follows:
Friday: 10 pm
Saturday: 2.30 pm, five in the evening, half past seven in the evening, ten in the evening
Sunday: two in the afternoon, four in the afternoon, six thirty in the evening, nine in the evening
Monday: ten in the evening
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 8:00 pm and 10:00 pm.
The Premier League statement confirmed that the championship competitions will return on June 17, provided that all safety requirements are in place, and that all remaining season matches are transferred directly to Britain.
The Premier League will return on Wednesday, June 17th, by holding the two postponed matches, Manchester City against Arsenal and Sheffield United against Aston Villa, with the 30th round of the competition starting on June 19.
Egyptian professional team Mohamed Salah leads the English league table with 82 points, 25 points ahead of his closest rival, Manchester City, runner-up with 57 points, after 29 rounds, and before the current stoppage due to the outbreak of the Corona virus.