Premier League clubs have agreed that all 28 September fixtures will be shown live on television.
The resumption of the top flight following a three-month Covid-19 hiatus in June signalled a significant change in scheduling, with the remaining 92 Premier League games in the 2019/20 season shown live on either Sky Sports, BT Sport, the BBC or Amazon.
It was a ploy to ensure fans could watch their team when social distancing measures prevented them from attending matches in person.
The drift away from the traditional 3pm blackout was expected to be a one-off due to exceptional circumstances, but that'll extend to the start of the upcoming campaign with fans still unable to re-enter grounds due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A Premier League statement reads: "At a Premier League Shareholders’ meeting today [Tuesday], clubs agreed that all 28 matches scheduled to be played in September will be broadcast live in the UK, via the League’s existing broadcasting partners Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and BBC.
"Sky Sports and BT Sport have already selected 17 matches for live broadcast for the first three match rounds of the 2020/21 season. Of the remaining 11 matches, Sky Sports will broadcast an additional six, BT Sport a further three and BBC and Amazon Prime Video one each.
"The Premier League is also in discussions with BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT to agree a similar solution for radio.
"In consultation with all relevant stakeholders, the Premier League is considering appropriate arrangements for matches which will take place after 1 October."
The BBC showed four live Premier League games for the first time during the rescheduled conclusion of the 2019/20 season, and will now televise Burnley's trip to Leicester on Saturday 19 September at 3pm.
The majority of extended live September fixtures have been handed to dominant broadcasters Sky Sports and BT Sport.
BT plays host to the season opener between Fulham and Arsenal at Craven Cottage on Saturday lunchtime. Crystal Palace vs Southampton (BT) is now available to view at 3pm, with West Ham vs Newcastle (Sky) an evening kickoff.
The rest of the opening weekend of Premier League fixtures will be broadcasted on Sky, with Super Sunday and Monday Night Football returning for the new season.
You can see the Premier League TV scheduling for September here.