BBC Radio 5 Live, TalkSport and Absolute Radio have held onto the same Premier League rights as they currently broadcast in the latest three-year radio deal announced on Tuesday.
5 Live will continue to have the first pick of matches at 3pm on Saturday afternoons, with Saturday lunchtime, Sunday afternoon and Monday night fixtures, making up four of the seven rights packages on offer.
TalkSport, which has made substantial inroads into the BBC's portfolio of live sport in recent years, will broadcast Saturday evening kick-offs and Sunday lunchtime fixtures, two of the seven packages.
Absolute Radio has picked up the seventh, the second choice of kick-offs at 3pm on Saturday afternoons.
There had been speculation that TalkSport could win more live Premier League football with the BBC's sports budgets under pressure and that Absolute, the centre of an on-off sale saga over the last year, might move away from live football.
But Tuesday's announcement by the Premier League maintains the status quo over the next three seasons, running from the new season beginning in August this year until the end of the 2015/16 campaign.
In the last deal, announced in 2010, the BBC lost a third of its live Premier League games to TalkSport and Absolute.
Each package comprises between 31 and 33 live Barclays Premier League games.
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