When is Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on TV?
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace will take place on Saturday, June 20, 2020.

Upcoming games will be staggered at multiple start times so you can tune in and watch each game live.

Check our Premier League match guide for the latest times and information.

What time is the kickoff?
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace will start at 7:45 pm – the match will follow three other live Premier League games on Saturday, including West Ham v Wolves at 5:30 pm.

What TV channel is Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on?
Fans can tune in to watch the game for free on BBC One starting at 7:15 p.m.

This is the first of four Premier League games on the BBC.

See our guide for the complete list.

How to Stream Bournemouth v Crystal Palace Online
You can also stream the game live via BBC iPlayer on a variety of devices, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets.

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace Team News
Bournemouth: Injuries had seriously affected Bournemouth when the season was suspended due to the coronavirus, but Chief Howe now has several men on his side.

David Brooks could start the campaign for the first time, while Steve Cook and Arnaut Danjuma are back in shape after the layoffs. Ryan Fraser could play, though his showdown with the club means Howe can look elsewhere to fill his XI.

Crystal Palace: Manager Roy Hodgson has a fully fit team to choose from with Jeffrey Schlupp now back in action. The Eagles broke the season break after winning three games on the rebound, with Jordan Ayew winning 1-0 over Brighton and Watford.

Expect Ayew to start again, with Christian Benteke and Wilfried Zaha naturally forming the attacking arsenal.

Our prediction: Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
The past three months have played well in the hands of Hodgson, who has probably seen it as an opportunity to rest his players.

Not so with Eddie Howe, who will have used the weeks of confinement to prepare his men for an almighty descent fight. Wait for Bournemouth to go out and fight here and try to win the Palace.

Of the Eagles’ 10 wins this season, eight have been by a goal margin. Even if Hodgson’s men control the game, Bournemouth won’t be more than one goal away from a point. This crash could be tense.

Our prediction: Bournemouth 1-1 Crystal Palace

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