While it may feel like just yesterday that the Premier League restarted after a three-month coronavirus-enforced break, the end of the season is actually upon us.
Every top-flight team will take the field across 10 matches on Sunday, July 26, for a 4pm kick-off to finalise the 2019/20 Premier League table – and confirm clubs’ futures at both ends of the table.
Manchester United and Leicester are battling it out for a Champions League spot, while Aston Villa will be hoping to avoid relegation.
Here are the Premier League final day TV games picked by Sky, BT and Pick
All games kick off at 4pm on Sunday, July 26.
All matches being shown on Sky will have pre-match coverage beginning at 3pm.
Chelsea v Wolves – Live coverage on Sky Sports Football (channel 403)
Leicester City v Manchester United – Live coverage on Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401)
Southampton v Sheffield United – Live coverage on Sky Sports Mix (channel 145)
Newcastle v Liverpool – Live coverage on BT Sport 2 (pre-match coverage beginning at 3.30pm)
West Ham v Aston Villa – Live coverage on BT Sport 1 (pre-match coverage beginning at 3pm)
Burnley v Brighton – Live coverage on Sky Sports Arena (channel 408)
Arsenal v Watford – Live coverage on Sky Sports Premier League (channel 402)
Manchester City v Norwich City – Live coverage on Sky Sports One (channel 106) OR free-to-air channel Pick TV (channel 159 on Sky or 144 on FreeView)
Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Live coverage on Sky Sports Action (channel 407)
Everton v Bournemouth – Live coverage on Sky Sports Golf (channel 405)
What about live streaming?
Existing Sky customers will be able to games being broadcast on Sky on the Sky Go app or via the website.
BT Sport customers can live stream matches via the app or on the website.
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