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BBC today announced two Premier League matches to be broadcast.

It will feature Bournemouth versus Crystal Palace on June 20, as well as Everton’s visit to Norwich on June 24.

The Premier League has announced a list of official matches for the first 32 matches after the league resumed on 17 June and the BBC has two further matches to be decided later. “data-reactid =” 34 “>The Premier League has announced a list of official matches for the first 32 matches after the league resumed on 17 June and the BBC has two further matches to be decided later.

The last time a top football league match was broadcast live on BBC was 32 years ago.

In addition to league matches, the BBC will also show the quarter-finals of the FA Cup – between Norwich City and Manchester United (27 June), and Newcastle United v Manchester City (28 June).

The BBC has never broadcast live Premier League matches, with Sky Sports having the most television broadcast rights since the founding of the Premier League in 1992.

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All games will be played in private and without viewers. As a result, stakeholders want to make the game as accessible as possible to fans.

Like the first free game that airs in the history of the Premier League, no game will overlap or be played simultaneously. In theory, fans can watch every minute of every remaining match.

Marcus Rashford from Manchester United. (Photo by Tom Purslow / Getty Images)

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