Bournemouth and Crystal Palace are set to face off in the first ever live Premier League match broadcast on free-to-air television in the UK. 

Both clubs are expected to feature in the Saturday evening kick-off on the first weekend that fixtures will resume again, as reports The Telegraph. 

The match has been scheduled for 7:45pm on June 20 and will be the first of four fixtures due to be screened on the BBC.

All remaining 92 fixtures are being broadcast live on various channels, with Sky and BT taking the lion's share, while Amazon has also been given four matches.

Sky have been given the rights to 64 matches, 25 of which they are offering to viewers for free.