Premier League: Matchweek 35 fixtures, live streaming and live TV times in India

Tottenham Hotspur welcome Arsenal in a crucial North-London derby that will impact their European dreams next season. Watch the match live.

By Subhayan Dutta ·

The top half of the Premier League table is looking at an intense finish with as many as six teams fighting for a Europa League spot and only four matchweeks remaining until the season ends on July 26. Live coverage of the matches will be available on TV and online.

Indian football fans will eagerly wait for the crucial North-London derby on Sunday between ninth-placed Tottenham Hotspur and eighth-placed Arsenal, the outcome of which could go a long way in deciding the European dreams of the London giants.

Both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal come to the match at the back of hard-fought draws against Bournemouth and Leicester City respectively, and race against time to attain a Europa League silver lining to an otherwise under-par season.

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United sit above the London teams at the sixth and the seventh places, respectively, with a narrow lead.

While Wolverhampton Wanderers host Newcastle United at the Molineux Stadium on Sunday, Sheffield United will be welcoming high-flying Chelsea on Saturday.

After winning 3-2 against Crystal Palace last match, Frank Lampard’s Chelsea will be hoping to seal a comprehensive victory. Their closest rival, Leicester City will look to regain their momentum away at Bournemouth after being held by Arsenal in the last matchweek.

Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes celebrating 

Both Chelsea and Leicester City will be wary of Manchester United, who are scoring goals for fun and will be the favourites against Southampton in the last game of matchweek 35.

Tenth-placed Burnley, who have 49 points – the same as Tottenham Hotspur – have a tough away fixture against league champions Liverpool on Saturday. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, on the other hand, will look to extend their scoring streak at Brighton on Sunday.

Premier League fixtures and live broadcast timings

July 11

Watford vs Newcastle United 5:00 pm, Indian Standard Time (IST)

Norwich City vs West Ham United 5:00 pm, IST

Liverpool vs Burnley 7:30 pm, IST

Sheffield United vs Chelsea 10:00 pm, IST

July 12

Brighton vs Manchester City 12:30 am, IST

Wolves vs Everton 4:30 pm, IST

Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace 6:45 pm, IST

Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal 9:00 pm, IST

Bournemouth vs Leicester City 11:30 pm, IST

July 14

Manchester United vs Southampton 12:30 am, IST 

Where to watch Premier League live in India

The broadcast rights for the Premier League in India are with Star Sports.

The network will telecast the matches on Star Sports 1, Star Sports Select 1 and Star Sports Select 1 HD channels on TV. Live streaming will be available on Disney+ Hotstar.