ALL 28 Premier League matches being played behind closed doors this month will be televised live after an agreement was reached on Tuesday, the Premier League has announced.

The league said the existing rights holders – Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon and the BBC – would all now screen matches.

Seventeen of the matches were already scheduled for broadcast but the league has confirmed that the remaining 11 will be too.

Of those 11, six will be on Sky, three on BT and one each on Amazon and the BBC.

Saints clash at Crystal Palace on Saturday (3pm) is now set to be broadcast on BT Sport. 

It is understood the one match on Amazon and on the BBC will be in the third round of games over the weekend of September 26 and 27.

Four fixtures on that weekend – Burnley v Saints, Crystal Palace v Everton, Tottenham v Newcastle and West Ham v Wolves – are as yet unassigned to a broadcaster.

The league is also in discussion with its radio partners BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT to agree a similar situation, and is “considering appropriate arrangements for matches which will take place after October 1”.

The government is still working towards allowing some spectators back into stadiums from the start of next month, albeit with grounds still well below capacity. Initially stadiums are expected to be one third full at best.