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TV picks for final day of Premier League confirmed

TV picks for final day of Premier League confirmed
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Sky Sports and BT Sport reveal their picks for the final matchday of the Premier League season, with all 10 games due to be broadcast live for the first time.

Sky Sports and BT Sport have revealed their selections for the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday.

While the race for the title was done and dusted some time ago, the important issues of European qualification and relegation to the Championship remain up in the air heading into the final day.

As part of Project Restart, every single game has been broadcast live on TV - and on the final day, Sky will show eight games live and BT the other two.

Leicester City sit fifth in the table, just one point behind Manchester United in third, and the pair's crunch game at the King Power will play out live on Sky Sports Main Event.

Chelsea in fourth host sixth-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers, and even though Wolves can no longer finish in the top four, they require a win to make certain of the Europa League, with the game playing out on Sky Sports Football.

Sky Sports Action will screen Tottenham Hotspur's trip to Crystal Palace as Jose Mourinho's men look to usurp Wolves for the final European spot, while champions Liverpool travel to Newcastle United on BT Sport 2.

At the other end of the table, Aston Villa sit ahead of Watford in 17th place thanks to a superior goal difference of just one goal heading into matchday 38.

The Villans have the easier task on paper as they travel to West Ham United in a game that will air on BT Sport 1, whereas the Hornets' trip to Arsenal, who have little to play for but pride, will be the headline fixture on Sky Sports Main Event.

Bournemouth have an outside chance of beating the drop, requiring both Villa and Watford to lose and for them to triumph in their trip to Everton in a game to be shown on Sky Sports Golf.

Former champions Manchester City's home fixture with already-relegated Norwich City has been selected for free-to-view broadcast on Pick and Sky One, while Sky's basic pack subscribers can enjoy the effective dead rubber between Southampton and Sheffield United at St Mary's on Sky Sports Mix.

The final game, Brighton & Hove Albion's trip to Burnley, will be available on Sky Sports Arena.


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