Stand by for a big Saturday in the battle to stay up as Premier League action resumes.

Albion fans can watch their side host Arsenal and Manchester United, as well as visiting Leicester, in what looks a tough resumption of the 2019-20 campaign.

That is part of a footballing feast, albeit to be consumed via broadcast, print and social media rather than in person.

The action gets under way again on Wednesday, June 17, with Aston Villa v Sheff Utd and Manchester City v Arsenal and both will be of interest to Albion fans.

A win for Villa would take them to within one point of the Seagulls.

And the Seagulls faithful might be keen to see how Arsenal look ahead of their trip to the Amex.

Norwich look to kick start a push for safety when they entertain Southampton on the first Friday of the restart.

Then comes that busy first Saturday, involving four of the six teams currently in the thick of the battle to stay up all playing home games, back-to-back.

Wednesday, June 17: Aston Villa v Sheffield United (6pm, Sky Sports), Man City v Arsenal (8.15pm, Sky Sports).

Friday, June 19: Norwich City v Southampton (6pm Sky Sports/Pick), Spurs v Man Utd (8.15pm Sky Sports).

Saturday, June 20: Watford v Leicester City (12.30pm, BT Sport), Albion v Arsenal (3pm, BT Sport), West Ham v Wolves (5.30pm, Sky Sports), AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (7.45pm, BBC).

Sunday, June 21: Newcastle United v Sheff Utd (2pm, Sky Sports/Pick), Aston Villa v Chelsea (4.15pm Sky Sports), Everton v Liverpool (venue TBC, 7pm, Sky Sports/Pick).

Monday, June 22: Man City v Burnley (8pm, Sky Sports).

Tuesday, June 23: Leicester City v Albion (6pm, Sky Sports), Spurs v West Ham (8.15pm, Sky Sports).

Wednesday, June 24: Man Utd v Sheff Utd (6pm, Sky Sports/Pick), Newcastle United v Aston Villa (6pm, BT Sport), Norwich City v Everton (6pm, BBC), Wolves v AFC Bournemouth (6pm, BT Sport), Liverpool v Crystal Palace (8.15pm, Sky Sports).

Thursday, June 25: Burnley v Watford (6pm, Sky Sports/Pick), Southampton v Arsenal (6pm, Sky Sports), Chelsea v Man City (8.15pm, BT Sport).

Saturday, June 27: Aston Villa v Wolves (12.30pm, BT Sport).

Sunday, June 28: Watford v Southampton (4.30pm, Sky Sports/Pick).

Monday, June 29: Crystal Palace v Burnley (8pm, Amazon Prime Video).

Tuesday, June 30: Albion v Man Utd (8.15pm, Sky Sports/Pick).

Wednesday, July 1: Arsenal v Norwich City (6pm, BT Sport), AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United (6pm, Sky Sports/Pick), Everton v Leicester City (6pm, Sky Sports), West Ham v Chelsea (8.15pm, Sky Sports).

Thursday, July 2: Sheff Utd v Spurs (6pm, Sky Sports), Man City v Liverpool (venue TBC, 8.15pm, Sky Sports).