Liverpool could be crowned Premier League champions late on a Sunday night.
The dates and kick-off times for the remaining games this season – which gets back under way on June 17 – were discussed at a meeting between the 20 clubs on Thursday.
According to The Times, clubs were given a list of provisional dates and kick-off times for the first three rounds of matches.
Liverpool – 25 points clear at the top – are set to face arch rivals Everton away at 7pm on Sunday, June 21.
The match will be on Sky, but will be also shown free-to-air on their freeview channel Pick.
Jurgen Klopp’s side could well win the title with victory in the Merseyside derby if Manchester City lose to Arsenal on June 17, in their game in hand.
Liverpool city council’s Safety Advisory Group (SAG) are set to meet next week for further talks over whether the game will be held at Goodison Park or a neutral venue, with fears fans could congregate outside.
Liverpool’s next game, against Crystal Palace at home, will be on June 24 – kicking off at 8.15pm.
Brighton and Arsenal, meanwhile, are set to make history with the first Saturday 3pm Premier League match shown live on television.
All the remaining matches – 92 in total – will be televised because they are being played behind closed doors.
Sky is showing 64 of the games, 25 of which will be made free to air.
The BBC and Amazon have four games apiece and they will all be free to watch.
BT Sport has the remaining 20, but you will require a BT subscription to watch all of those.
Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace on Satuday, June 20 is set to be the first league game aired on the BBC since 1988.
From Wedneday, June 17 to Thursday, July 2, there will only be three days without live football.
Provisional Premier League fixture dates
Wednesday, June 17
Aston Villa v Sheffield United 6pm – SKY
Manchester City v Arsenal 8pm – SKY
Friday, June 19
Norwich v Southampton 6pm – SKY
Tottenham v Manchester United 8pm – SKY
Saturday, June 20
Watford v Leicester 12.30pm – BT
Brighton v Arsenal 3pm – BT
West Ham v Wolves 5.30pm – SKY
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 7.45pm – BBC
Sunday, June 21
Newcastle v Sheffield United 2pm – SKY
Aston Villa v Chelsea 4.30pm – SKY
Everton v Liverpool 7pm – SKY
Monday, June 22
Manchester City v Burnley 8pm – SKY
Tuesday, June 23
Southampton v Arsenal 6pm – SKY
Tottenham v West Ham 8.15pm – SKY
Wednesday, June 24
Manchester United v Sheffield United 6pm – SKY
Newcastle v Aston Villa 6pm – SKY
Norwich v Everton 6pm – BBC
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 8.15pm – SKY
Thursday, June 25
Burnley v Watford 6pm – SKY
Leicester v Brighton 6pm – SKY
Chelsea v Manchester City 8.15pm – BT
Wolves v Bournemouth 8.15pm – BT
Sunday, June 28
Aston Villa v Wolves 12pm – BT
Watford v Southampton 4.30pm – SKY
Monday June, 29
Crystal Palace v Burnley 8pm – AMAZON
Tuesday June, 30
Brighton v Manchester United 6pm – SKY
Sheffield United v Tottenham 8.15pm – SKY
Wednesday, July 1
Bournemouth v Newcastle 6pm – SKY
Everton v Leicester 6pm – SKY
West Ham v Chelsea 8.15pm – SKY
Thursday, July 2
Arsenal v Norwich 6pm – BT
Manchester City v Liverpool 8.15pm – SKY
*All are subject to change and have yet to be confirmed by the Premier League