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How to Factory Reset a MAG 324 Set Top Box

In this article, we take you through the step-by-step process of restoring a MAG 324 set-top box back to it’s factory default settings.

Before proceeding, it highly recommended that your box is easily accessible as the main reset hole is located on the left hand side of the box.

The reset hole is small, so will require the use of a paper clip (or similar) with one of the ends bent outwards to aid pressing and holding the button. Do not use any sharp objects such as pins or needles, as this could damage the reset button.

You will also need to have the box plugged in, powered up and connected to your TV whilst switched on.

Lastly, make sure you have your remote to hand as this is required to configure the box after the reset has completed.

MAG 324 Factory Reset

MAG 324 Rear Panel

1. Firstly, ensure your MAG box is powered up and fully booted.

2. Now, if your MAG box has an ethernet cable connected, remove from the back.

3. Then, remove the power cable from the back of the box and then after 2-3 seconds reinsert the power.

Bent Paperclip

4. Now, immediately place your paperclip end into the reset hole, then press and hold the reset button continuously. DO NOT let go of the reset button.

5. Keep the reset button pressed in even whilst you see the Infomir logo on your TV screen, and observe the white light on the front right edge of the box.

6. The white light should initially start to blink. When this occurs, keep the reset button pressed. Don’t let go.

7. When the light starts flashing faster, let go of the reset button and then immediately press and hold it again.

Mounting RootFS

8. Keep pressing until the screen goes blue. Then you can let go.

Starting User Services

9. Now wait for the MAG box to start the factory reset process. This will involve seeing a blue screen followed by a blank black screen. This may take a couple of minutes, so please be patient…

Settings Screen

10. Once the factory reset has completed, you should enter the inner portal screen showing several icons on a dark background.

You have now factory reset your box. Next, you need to configure your box to receive our TV service.

Configure Time Server

Settings Screen

11. From the home screen, use your remote to highlight “Settings” and then press OK.

System Settings

12. On the next screen, highlight “System Settings” and press OK.

Servers

13. Next, go to “Servers” and then press OK.

General

14. Then highlight “General” and press the OK button on your remote.

NTP Server

15. On this screen, enter the following into the NTP server text field: pool.ntp.org

Press on KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard and type this in.

Use the arrow keys on your remote to locate the correct keys and then press the OK button to select each letter or character one-by-one.

When completed, press the KB (Keyboard) button again to close the on-screen keyboard.

Then finally, press the OK button on your remote to save the time server setting.

16. Now, press the EXIT button twice on your remote to go back to the “System Settings” screen.

Add UK TV Service

Servers

17. From the System Settings screen, highlight “Servers” and press OK using your remote.

Portals

18. Now highlight “Portals” and press OK

Portal 1 URL

19. On the next screen, highlight the “Portal 1 URL” text field and then press the KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard.

Then use your remote to enter: primary3.magbox.tv

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save changes.

20. Now press the EXIT button on your remote to return to the System Settings screen.

Configure Wi-Fi Network

21. If your MAG box uses a WiFi connection to log onto your home network, you need to set this up next. If your MAG box uses an ethernet connection, reinsert the ethernet cable at the back of the box and skip to Step 27.

Network

22. From the “System Settings” screen, highlight “Network” using your remote and press OK.

Wireless Wi-Fi

23. Next, highlight Wireless (Wi-Fi) and press OK using your remote.

Auto DHCP

24. Now highlight “Auto (DHCP)” and press OK on your remote.

25. On the next screen, you will see available WiFi networks. Highlight the correct network you wish to use and press OK.

Wi-Fi Password

26. Now using your remote, highlight the “Key or passphrase” text field, then press the KB (Keyboard) button to activate the on-screen keyboard. Then use your remote to enter your WiFi network password, paying close attention to correct cases and special characters.

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save your password settings.

You should see an on-screen confirmation message saying your settings were “Successfully saved”.

Reload Portal

Reboot Device

27. Your box is now fully configured. So finally, highlight “Reboot device” and press OK using your remote. Press OK once again to confirm. The box will now restart.

28. If configured correctly, your MAG box should fully boot and load TV service.

Unsuccessful?

In some instances, some MAG boxes will not fully factory reset due to custom firmware having been loaded onto the box by the previous vendor.

This occurs because the software loaded was unofficial customised firmware and has been designed to prevent factory resets.

If this is the case, you will instead need to reload a completely fresh copy of the official Infomir firmware for your model of MAG set top box or replace your box entirely.

Watch the Video Tutorial

Want to see a step-by-step walk-through video? Then sit back and watch how to factory reset your MAG box from our YouTube channel.

Download Helpsheet

You can also download our PDF Help Sheet for step-by-step instructions you can save and print.

Factory Reset MAG 322

How to Factory Reset a MAG 322 Set Top Box

In this article, we take you through the step-by-step process of restoring a MAG 322 set-top box back to it’s factory default settings.

Before proceeding, it highly recommended that your box is easily accessible as the main reset button can be found on the rear panel.

The reset button is quite small, so if you have no nails on your fingers, you may find it easier if you use a paper clip with one of the ends bent outwards to aid pressing and holding the button.

You will also need to have the box plugged in, powered up and connected to your TV whilst switched on.

Lastly, make sure you have your remote to hand as this is required to configure the box after the reset has completed.

MAG 322 Factory Reset

MAG 322 Rear Panel

1. Firstly, ensure your MAG box is powered up and fully booted.

2. Now, if your MAG box has an ethernet cable connected, remove from the back.

3. Then, remove the power cable from the back of the box and then after 2-3 seconds reinsert the power

4. Now, immediately press and hold the reset button found at the rear of the box. DO NOT let go of the reset button.

MAG 322 Front Panel

5. Now, keep pressing the button even whilst you see the Infomir logo on your TV screen and observe the white light on the front of the box.

6. The white light should initially start to blink. When this occurs, keep the reset button pressed. Don’t let go.

7. When the light starts flashing faster, let go of the reset button and then immediately press and hold it again.

Mounting RootFS

8. Keep pressing until the screen goes blue. Then you can let go.

Starting User Services

9. Now wait for the MAG box to start the factory reset process. This will involve seeing a blue screen followed by a blank black screen. This may take a couple of minutes, so please be patient…

Settings Screen

10. Once the factory reset has completed, you should enter the inner portal screen showing several icons on a dark background.

You have now factory reset your box. Next, you need to configure your box to receive our TV service.

Configure Time Server

Settings Screen

11. From the home screen, use your remote to highlight “Settings” and then press OK.

System Settings

12. On the next screen, highlight “System Settings” and press OK.

Servers

13. Next, go to “Servers” and then press OK.

General

14. Then highlight “General” and press the OK button on your remote.

NTP Server

15. On this screen, enter the following into the NTP server text field: pool.ntp.org

Press on KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard and type this in.

Use the arrow keys on your remote to locate the correct keys and then press the OK button to select each letter or character one-by-one.

When completed, press the KB (Keyboard) button again to close the on-screen keyboard.

Then finally, press the OK button on your remote to save the time server setting.

16. Now, press the EXIT button twice on your remote to go back to the “System Settings” screen.

Add UK TV Service

Servers

17. From the System Settings screen, highlight “Servers” and press OK using your remote.

Portals

18. Now highlight “Portals” and press OK

Portal 1 URL

19. On the next screen, highlight the “Portal 1 URL” text field and then press the KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard.

Then use your remote to enter: primary3.magbox.tv

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save changes.

20. Now press the EXIT button on your remote to return to the System Settings screen.

Configure Wi-Fi Network

21. If your MAG box uses a WiFi connection to log onto your home network, you need to set this up next. If your MAG box uses an ethernet connection, reinsert the ethernet cable at the back of the box and skip to Step 27.

Network

22. From the “System Settings” screen, highlight “Network” using your remote and press OK.

Wireless Wi-Fi

23. Next, highlight Wireless (Wi-Fi) and press OK using your remote.

Auto DHCP

24. Now highlight “Auto (DHCP)” and press OK on your remote.

25. On the next screen, you will see available WiFi networks. Highlight the correct network you wish to use and press OK.

Wi-Fi Password

26. Now using your remote, highlight the “Key or passphrase” text field, then press the KB (Keyboard) button to activate the on-screen keyboard. Then use your remote to enter your WiFi network password, paying close attention to correct cases and special characters.

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save your password settings.

You should see an on-screen confirmation message saying your settings were “Successfully saved”.

Reload Portal

Reboot Device

27. Your box is now fully configured. So finally, highlight “Reboot device” and press OK using your remote. Press OK once again to confirm. The box will now restart.

28. If configured correctly, your MAG box should fully boot and load TV service.

Unsuccessful?

In some instances, some MAG boxes will not fully factory reset due to custom firmware having been loaded onto the box by the previous vendor.

This occurs because the software loaded was unofficial customised firmware and has been designed to prevent factory resets.

If this is the case, you will instead need to reload a completely fresh copy of the official Infomir firmware for your model of MAG set top box or replace your box entirely.

Watch the Video Tutorial

Want to see a step-by-step walk-through video? Then sit back and watch how to factory reset your MAG box from our YouTube channel.

Download Helpsheet

You can also download our PDF Help Sheet for step-by-step instructions you can save and print.

Factory Reset MAG 250 254 256

How to Factory Reset a MAG 250/254/256 Set Top Box

In this article, we take you the step-by-step process of restoring a MAG 250/254/256 set-top box back to it’s factory default settings.

Before proceeding, it is highly recommended that you use ethernet network cable during this process to ensure your MAG box has an active internet connection.

Connect one end of the ethernet network cable to the ethernet socket at the back of the MAG box, and the other end to a spare ethernet port on your internet router or cable modem.

This will ensure a fast and stable internet connect during this process, where your box will attempt to flash and upgrade it’s firmware via a software autoupdate.

Failure to use an ethernet cable may result in an unsuccessful factory reset.

MAG Box Rear Ports

MAG Box Factory Reset

1. Unplug the power cable at the back of the MAG box, wait a few seconds and then reinsert.

MAG MENU Buttons

2. Immediately press and hold the MENU button on your remote, pointing at your MAG box. Do not release until you enter the blue BIOS screen.

At this stage, some MAG254/256 boxes fail to enter the BIOS screen. If your MAG254/256 has a reset button on the rear panel, please refer to our MAG322 reset instructions. If no reset button is present and your box does not enter the BIOS screen, it is locked from reset and must be replaced.

Def Settings
3. Using your remote’s arrow keys, highlight “Def. Settings” and then press the right arrow on your remote.

4. Now press OK on your remote to confirm.

Note: If you see the words “Wrong Image”on screen, then please ignore.

5. Now reboot your box by highlighting “Exit & Save” and then press the right arrow button on your remote.

Exit & Save

6. As soon as your MAG box starts to reboot, press and hold the MENU button on your remote to go back into blue BIOS screen.

TV System

7. Now, highlight “TV System” with your remote and ensure this is set to 720p-50 by using the right arrow key on your remote.

8. Next, ensure “Boot Mode” is displayed as NAND.

Boot Mode

9. If not, highlight using your remote and press the right arrow button until it displays “NAND”.

10. Finally, reboot your box by highlighting “Exit & Save” and then press the right arrow button on your remote.

11. Press OK on your remote to confirm. The MAG box will then start the reboot process. Please wait for this to fully complete…

MAG Home Screen

12. Once rebooted, you should see the MAG box home screen displaying icons on a black background.

Important: your MAG Box may run a “Software Autoupdate” at this point. If so, allow this to complete. Do not disconnect the power or interrupt this process.

Settings Screen

13. From the inner portal home screen, use your remote’s arrow keys to navigate to “Settings” and then press OK.

Software Autoupdate

14. Then on the next screen, highlight “Software autoupdate” and press OK.

Autoupdate Enabled

15. On the next screen, use the left arrow button on your remote to cycle through the Autoupdate options until you see “Enabled”. Then press OK to save.

Confirm Update

16. Finally, press the green F2 button on your remote to initiate a manual software update. When you see the confirmation screen, press the red F1 button on your remote to confirm.

Update Progress

17. The software update process will then start. Allow it to complete. Once finished, your box will reboot.

Once your MAG box has rebooted, it should return to the inner portal home screen, from where you need to configure a few other items before you are ready to use your new TV service.

Configure Time Server

Settings Screen

18. From the home screen, use your remote to highlight “Settings” and then press OK.

System Settings

19. On the next screen, highlight “System Settings” and press OK.

Servers

20. Next, go to “Servers” and then press OK.

General

21. Then highlight “General” and press the OK button on your remote.

NTP Server

22. On this screen, enter the following into the NTP server text field: pool.ntp.org

Press on KB (Keyboard) button on our remote to activate the on-screen keyboard and type this in.

Use the arrow keys on your remote to locate the correct keys and then press the OK button to select each letter or character one-by-one.

When completed, press the KB (Keyboard) button again to close the on-screen keyboard.

Then press the OK button on your remote to save the time server setting.

23. Finally, press the EXIT button twice on your remote to go back to the “System Settings” screen.

Configure Wi-Fi Network

24. If your MAG box is using a dongle to connect to a WiFi network, you need to set this up next

Network

25. From the “System Settings” screen, highlight “Network” using your remote and press OK.

Wireless Wi-Fi

26. Next, highlight Wireless (Wi-Fi) and press OK using your remote.

Auto DHCP

27. Now highlight “Auto (DHCP)” and press OK on your remote.

28. On the next screen, you will see available WiFi networks. Highlight the correct network you wish to use and press OK.

Wi-Fi Password

29. Now using your remote, highlight the “Key or passphrase” text field, then press the KB (Keyboard) button to activate the on-screen keyboard. Then use your remote to enter your WiFi network password, paying close attention to correct cases and special characters.

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save your password settings.

Add UK TV Service

Servers

30. From the System Settings screen, highlight “Servers”and press OK using your remote.

Portals

31. Now highlight “Portals” and press OK

Portal 1 URL

32. On the next screen, highlight the “Portal 1 URL” text field and then press the KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard.

Then use your remote to enter: primary3.magbox.tv

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard)button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OKon your remote to save changes.

33. Now press the EXIT button on your remote, then press EXIT once again until you reach the System Settings screen.

Reboot Device

34. Finally, highlight “Reboot device” and press OK using your remote. Press OK once again to confirm. The box will now restart.

35. If configured correctly, your MAG box should fully reboot and load our UK TV service.

Unsuccessful?

In some instances, your MAG box may not display the “Portals” option under the “Servers” menu after hard resetting, thus preventing you from entering and saving your desired “Portal URL” details.

This is usually caused by unofficial customised firmware being loaded onto your MAG box.

If this is the case, you will instead need to reload a completely fresh copy of the official Infomir firmware for your model of MAG set top box.

Please refer to our other help guides for more details on this process.

Watch the Video Tutorial

Want to see a step-by-step walk-through video? Then sit back and watch how to factory reset your MAG box from our YouTube channel.

Download Helpsheet

You can also download our PDF Help Sheet for step-by-step instructions you can save and print.

Upgrade Firmware MAG Box

How to Upgrade Firmware on a MAG Set Top Box

In this article, we take you the step-by-step process of upgrading the firmware on a MAG set-top box.

Before proceeding, it is highly recommended that you use ethernet network cable during this process to ensure your MAG box has an active internet connection.

Connect one end of the ethernet network cable to the ethernet socket at the back of the MAG box, and the other end to a spare ethernet port on your internet router or cable modem.

This will ensure a fast and stable internet connect during this process, where your box will attempt to flash and upgrade it’s firmware via a software autoupdate.

Failure to use an ethernet cable may result in an unsuccessful factory reset.

MAG Box Firmware Reload

1. First, check the underside of your MAG box to find the model number of your set top box.

MAG Label

2. Then using a PC or Mac (desktop or laptop computer), download the latest firmware from one of the links found below:

3. Unzip the download archive and copy the folder to a FAT32 formatted USB memory stick.

4. Then insert the USB memory stick into the rear USB port of your MAG box, whilst it is switched off and the power cord disconnected.

5. Once the USB drive is in place, insert the power cord into the rear socket at the back of the MAG box.

MAG MENU Buttons
MAG MENU Buttons

6. Immediately press and hold the MENU button on your remote, pointing at your MAG box. Do not release until you see the blue BIOS screen.

Upgrade Tools

7. Using your remote’s arrow keys, highlight “Upgrade Tools”and then press the right arrow on your remote.

USB Bootstrap

8. Next, highlight “USB Bootstrap”and then press the right arrow key using your remote.

Press OK

9. When prompted on screen, press the OK button on your remote. Your MAG box will then proceed to find the image file saved to your USB stick and initiate the firmware upgrade process.

Follow all on screen prompts to allow the upgrade to complete. Once complete, your MAG box will automatically reboot.

Inner Portal Home

10. Once rebooted, you should see the MAG box “inner portal” home screen displaying icons on a dark background.

Important: your MAG Box may run a “Software Autoupdate”at this point. If so, allow this to complete. Do not disconnect the power or interrupt this process.

Configure Time Server

Settings Screen

11. From the home screen, use your remote to highlight “Settings” and then press OK.

System Settings

12. On the next screen, highlight “System Settings” and press OK.

Servers

13. Next, go to “Servers” and then press OK.

General

14. Then highlight “General” and press the OK button on your remote.

NTP Server

15. On this screen, enter the following into the NTP server text field: pool.ntp.org

Press on KB (Keyboard) button on our remote to activate the on-screen keyboard and type this in.

Use the arrow keys on your remote to locate the correct keys and then press the OK button to select each letter or character one-by-one.

When completed, press the KB (Keyboard) button again to close the on-screen keyboard.

Then press the OK button on your remote to save the time server setting.

16. Finally, press the EXIT button twice on your remote to go back to the “System Settings” screen.

Configure Wi-Fi Network

17. If your MAG box is using a dongle to connect to a WiFi network, you need to set this up.

Network

18. From the “System Settings” screen, highlight “Network” using your remote and press OK.

Wireless Wi-Fi

19. Next, highlight Wireless (Wi-Fi) and press OK using your remote.

Auto DHCP

20. Now highlight “Auto (DHCP)” and press OK on your remote.

21. On the next screen, you will see available WiFi networks. Highlight the correct network you wish to use and press OK.

Wi-Fi Password

22. Now using your remote, highlight the “Key or passphrase” text field, then press the KB (Keyboard) button to activate the on-screen keyboard. Then use your remote to enter your WiFi network password, paying close attention to correct cases and special characters.

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save your password settings.

Add UK TV Service

Servers

23. From the System Settings screen, highlight “Servers”and press OK using your remote.

Portals

24. Now highlight “Portals” and press OK

Portal 1 URL

25. On the next screen, highlight the “Portal 1 URL” text field and then press the KB (Keyboard) button on your remote to activate the on-screen keyboard.

Then use your remote to enter: primary3.magbox.tv

Once entered, press the KB (Keyboard) button once again to close the on-screen keyboard. Then press OK on your remote to save changes.

26. Now press the EXIT button on your remote, then press EXIT once again until you reach the System Settings screen.

Reboot Device

27. Finally, highlight “Restart portal” and press OK using your remote. Press OK once again to confirm. The portal will then restart.

28. If configured correctly, your MAG box should fully reboot and load our UK TV service.

Unsuccessful?

In some instances, your MAG box may not display the “Portals”option under the “Servers”menu after hard resetting, thus preventing you from entering and saving your desired “Portal URL”details.

This is sometimes caused by counterfeit boxes that appear to be genuine MAG boxes, which are not “flashable” and do not accept firmware upgrades.

If this is the case, it is highly likely you will need to replace your box with a genuine OEM Infomir MAG box to receive our streaming TV services.

Watch the Video Tutorial

Want to see a step-by-step walk-through video? Then sit back and watch how to factory reset your MAG box from our YouTube channel.

Download Helpsheet

You can also download our PDF Help Sheet for step-by-step instructions you can save and print.

92 Premier League Fixtures

All 92 Remaining Premier League Fixture Times & Channels

The big Premier League restart commences from Wednesday 17th June, 2002 following months of waiting and uncertainty due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

With 92 fixtures left to be played in the 2019/20 Premier league campaign, there’s still plenty of football left to be decided.

Would-be champions Liverpool are hoping to wrap up the title with two more wins, several clubs are tussling for European football places next season and a number of bottom half clubs are fighting for top flight survival.

In an unprecedented move, the Premier League and the broadcasters have agreed to broadcast a large number of those matches live on free-to-air television.

The atmosphere in the grounds will be eerie to say the least, with all remaining fixtures being played behind closed doors.

With fans unable be able to attend the matches live, it seems the only other options is to televise all the matches to allow the fans to see this hugely delayed season get finally completed.

What Channels Are Showing the Live Games?

Sky Sports Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon Prime are the four broadcasters sharing the spoils.

Sky Sports has the lion’s share of matches with 64 in total.

Of those games, 25 will be made free-to-air on the Freeview ‘Pick’ channel and online via Now TV.

BT Sport will be airing 20 live matches.

However, a BT Sport subscription is needed to watch any of their games live.

Both Amazon and the BBC will be airing 4 of the remaining games each.

Amazingly, this will be the first time ever the BBC has showed live Premier League football.

What Time Do the Matches Kick Off?

With 92 fixtures to be squeezed into just 40 days, the fixture dates and times look very unusual.

Matches will be played at the following set times in the coming weeks:

  • Monday: 8pm
  • Tuesday: 6pm, 8pm/8.15pm
  • Wednesday: 6pm, 8pm/8.15pm
  • Thursday: 6pm, 8pm/8.15pm
  • Friday: 6pm, 8pm
  • Saturday: 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, 7.45pm
  • Sunday: 12pm, 2pm, 4:15pm, 4:30pm, 7pm

Premier League 2019/20 Match Fixtures

The following matches will be played and aired.

Some fixtures are yet to be confirmed by broadcaster.

We will update this list as and when we have further details:

Wednesday, June 17

Aston Villa v Sheffield United 6pm – Sky Sports
Manchester City v Arsenal 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Friday, June 19

Norwich v Southampton 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Tottenham v Manchester United 8:15pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, June 20

Watford v Leicester 12.30pm – BT Sport
Brighton v Arsenal 3pm – BT Sport
West Ham v Wolverhampton Wanderers 5.30pm – Sky Sports
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 7.45pm – BBC

Sunday, June 21

Newcastle v Sheffield United 2pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Aston Villa v Chelsea 4.15pm – Sky Sports
Everton v Liverpool 7pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)

Monday, June 22

Manchester City v Burnley 8pm – Sky Sports

Tuesday, June 23

Leicester v Brighton 6pm – Sky Sports
Tottenham v West Ham 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, June 24

Manchester United v Sheffield United 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Newcastle v Aston Villa 6pm – BT Sport
Norwich v Everton 6pm – BBC
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Bournemouth 6pm – BT Sport
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, June 25

Burnley v Watford 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Southampton v Arsenal 6pm – Sky Sports
Chelsea v Manchester City 8.15pm – BT Sport

Saturday, June 27

Aston Villa v Wolverhampton Wanderers 12:30pm – BT Sport

Sunday, June 28

Watford v Southampton 4.30pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)

Monday June, 29

Crystal Palace v Burnley 8pm – Amazon Prime

Tuesday June, 30

Brighton v Manchester United 8:15pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)

Wednesday, July 1

Arsenal v Norwich 6pm – BT Sport
Bournemouth v Newcastle 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Everton v Leicester 6pm – Sky Sports
West Ham v Chelsea 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, July 2

Sheffield United v Tottenham 6pm – Sky Sports
Manchester City v Liverpool 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, 4 July

Norwich City v Brighton 12.30pm – BT Sport
Leicester City v Crystal Palace 3pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth 3pm – BT Sport
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Arsenal 5.30pm – Sky Sports
Chelsea v Watford 8pm – Sky Sports

Sunday, 5 July

Burnley v Sheffield United 12pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Newcastle United v West Ham 2pm – Sky Sports
Liverpool v Aston Villa 4.30pm – Sky Sports
Southampton v Manchester City 7pm – BBC

Monday, 6 July

Tottenham Hotspur v Everton 8pm – Sky Sports

Tuesday, 7 July

Crystal Palace v Chelsea 6pm – Sky Sports
Watford v Norwich City 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Arsenal v Leicester City 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Wednesday, 8 July

Manchester City v Newcastle United 6pm – BT Sport
Sheffield United v Wolverhampton Wanderers 6pm – Sky Sports
West Ham v Burnley 6pm – BT Sport
Brighton v Liverpool 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Thursday, 9 July

AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur 6pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Everton v Southampton 6pm – Amazon (Free-to-Air)
Aston Villa v Manchester United 8.15pm – Sky Sports

Saturday, 11 July

Norwich City v West Ham 12.30pm – BT Sport
Watford v Newcastle United 12.30pm – Amazon (Free-to-Air)
Liverpool v Burnley 3pm – BT Sport
Sheffield United v Chelsea 5.30pm – Sky Sports
Brighton v Manchester City 8pm – Sky Sports

Sunday, 12 July

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Everton 12pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace 2pm – Sky Sports
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal 4.30pm – Sky Sports
AFC Bournemouth v Leicester City 7pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)
Manchester United v Southampton 8pm – Sky Sports/Pick (Free-to-Air)

Wednesday, 15 July

Arsenal v Liverpool 8pm – TBC
Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers 8pm – TBC
Chelsea v Norwich City 8pm – TBC
Crystal Palace v Manchester United 8pm – TBC
Everton v Aston Villa 8pm – TBC
Leicester City v Sheffield United 8pm – TBC
Manchester City v AFC Bournemouth 8pm – TBC
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur 8pm – TBC
Southampton v Brighton 8pm – TBC
West Ham v Watford 8pm – TBC

Saturday, 18 July

AFC Bournemouth v Southampton 3pm – TBC
Aston Villa v Arsenal 3pm – TBC
Brighton v Newcastle United 3pm – TBC
Liverpool v Chelsea 3pm – TBC
Manchester United v West Ham 3pm – TBC
Norwich City v Burnley 3pm – TBC
Sheffield United v Everton 3pm – TBC
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City 3pm – TBC
Watford v Manchester City 3pm – TBC
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Crystal Palace 3pm – TBC

Sunday, 26 July

Arsenal v Watford 3pm – TBC
Burnley v Brighton 3pm – TBC
Chelsea v Wolverhampton Wanderers 3pm – TBC
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur 3pm – TBC
Everton v AFC Bournemouth 3pm – TBC
Leicester City v Manchester United 3pm – TBC
Manchester City v Norwich City 3pm – TBC
Newcastle United v Liverpool 3pm – TBC
Southampton v Sheffield United 3pm – TBC
West Ham v Aston Villa 3pm – TBC