After almost nine months of thrilling and unpredictable drama, the Premier League 2022/23 draws to a close with the final round of games this weekend.
Every club will be in action on Sunday afternoon with all ten fixtures kicking off simultaneously at 4.30pm.
Everton , Leicester and Leeds head into their matches knowing that two of them will finish the day relegated to the Championship , whilst the remaining European qualification spots are still to be decided.
And let’s not forget the valuable extra millions of pounds which are on offer the higher up the league table the clubs finish.
With so much still to be settled this weekend, let’s take a look at which matches will be on TV this weekend.
Which Premier League games are on TV this weekend?
Everton vs Bournemouth will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event with coverage on the channel switching over from the Monaco Grand Prix at 4pm on Sunday, May 28.
Meanwhile, Leicester vs West Ham will be on Sky Sports Premier League with the build-up to the day’s action starting at 3pm.
Leeds vs Tottenham will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 3.30pm.
How to watch on live stream
Sky customers will be able to watch on the Sky Sports website and with the Sky Go app.
Alternatively, fans without Sky Sports can purchase a NOW TV day pass for £11.98 .
BT customers can watch Leeds’ clash with Spurs on the BT Sport web player and app.
Those who do not have a BT Sport subscription can still watch the game by purchasing a monthly pass for £29.99 .
Premier League fixtures – Sunday, May 28
- Arsenal vs Wolves
- Aston Villa vs Brighton
- Brentford vs Manchester City
- Chelsea vs Newcastle
- Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest
- Everton vs Bournemouth
- Leeds vs Tottenham
- Leicester vs West Ham
- Manchester United vs Fulham
- Southampton vs Liverpool
Why are the games kicking-off at the same time?
It is a long-held tradition that the final round of Premier League games on the last day of the season will all kick-off at exactly the same time.
This is to ensure that no team is put at a disadvantage by playing before their direct rivals in the table.
In this scenario, the side playing first may not know what result they would require to fulfil their objectives.
What time is Match of the Day on?
Match of the Day will be shown live on BBC One at 10.30pm.
The show will feature highlights from all ten of Sunday’s Premier League fixtures.
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