The BBC will show Burnley v Wolves on 15 July as its fourth free-to-air Premier League match.
Top-flight football resumed behind closed doors on 17 June following a 100-day hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic.
BBC Sport was awarded four league games and began its live coverage on 20 June with Bournemouth v Crystal Palace.
That was the first top-flight game shown live by the BBC since the Premier League's inception in 1992.
Norwich v Everton was shown by the BBC on 24 June, while the Southampton v Manchester City match will be at 19:00 BST on 5 July.
The first half of the Burnley v Wolves match, which kicks-off at 18:00 BST, will be live on BBC Two and the second half will be on BBC One.
As well as four league matches, the BBC will be broadcasting the FA Cup semi-final between Manchester United and Chelsea, which kicks-off at 18:00 BST, live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Sunday, 19 July.
The remaining 92 games of the league season were split between Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport and Amazon Prime.
BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport will also provide live radio commentaries for all the remaining matches.
On Friday, the Premier League announced kick-off times and television details for matches played between 14 and 22 July.
The final day of the season will be on Sunday, 26 July and all matches will kick-off at 16:00 BST.
Which games will be free to air? Here is the full list games and where you can watch them.
All BBC and Amazon Prime fixtures are free to air, along with selected Sky Sports games that will be shown on Pick.
All kick-off times are BST.
Free-to-air fixtures Match Date and kick-off time (BST) Channel Leicester City v Crystal Palace 4 July, 15:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Burnley v Sheffield United 5 July, 12:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Southampton v Manchester City 5 July, 19:00 BBC One Watford v Norwich 7 July, 18:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Bournemouth v Tottenham 9 July, 18:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Everton v Southampton 9 July, 18:00 Amazon Prime Watford v Newcastle United 11 July, 12:30 Amazon Prime Wolves v Everton 12 July, 12:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Bournemouth v Leicester City 12 July, 19:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Manchester United v Southampton 13 July, 20:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Burnley v Wolves 15 July, 18:00 BBC Manchester City v Bournemouth 15 July, 18:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Leicester City v Sheffield United 16 July, 18:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Norwich v Burnley 18 July, 17:30 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Brighton v Newcastle United 20 July, 18:00 Pick (Freeview channel 11) Sheffield United v Everton 20 July, 18:00 Amazon Prime.