The last day of the Premier League live on Sky Sports: Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester in the top four in fights | Football News

The race for a top-four spot in the Premier League will take place on the wire, with seven matches live on Sky Sports on the final day of the season.

Chelsea climbed to third and started Leicester’s Champions League prospects with a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, and Liverpool took advantage on Wednesday, edging the Foxes with a 3-0 win over Burnley to take control of their fate.

A single point and goal difference separate three teams heading into Sunday’s final – and you can follow all the drama with Sky Sports.


Micah Richards predicts Liverpool and Leicester will finish in Premier League top four, with Chelsea dropping to fifth place

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, Leicester vs Tottenham and Aston Villa vs Chelsea will all be live on Sky Sports channels as the season peaks and Sky Sports Cameras will also be at the Etihad to see champions Manchester City lift the trophy after facing Everton.

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The last day of the Premier League live on Sky Sports

Live on Sky - Final day of the Premier League

All games will start at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 23:

Man City vs Everton – Live on Sky Sports Premier League from 15h

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – Live on Sky Sports Main Event from 3.30 p.m.

Leicester vs Tottenham – Live on Sky Sports Football from 3.30 p.m.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea – live on Sky Sports Action from 3.30 p.m.

West Ham vs Southampton – Live on Sky One from 15h

Arsenal vs Brighton – live on Sky Sports Arena from 3.30 p.m.

Fulham vs Newcastle – live on Sky Sports Mix from 3.30 p.m.

– All games will be available on the red button on Sky Sports Premier League and Main event.

Meetings of the last day in their entirety

All games will start at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 23:

Arsenal v Brighton

Aston Villa v Chelsea

Fulham vs. Newcastle

Leeds vs. West Brom

Leicester v Tottenham

Liverpool v Crystal Palace

Man City v Everton

Sheffield United v Burnley

West Ham v Southampton

Wolves vs. Manchester United

Pitch to Post Preview – Premier League final day run for European football evaluated

In the final Pitch to Post Preview Podcast of the Premier League season, we look to the final day and debate which teams will win the race in European football.

The three-way battle for two first places and Champions League football between Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester, at Western ham, Tottenham and Everton vying for a place in the Europa League, and Arsenal chances of a Europa League appearance, Sky Sports’ Nick wright and Oli Yew rejoin Peter Smith to evaluate the different permutations – and make their predictions!

The panel is also reflecting on another Premier League title win for Pep Guardiola. Manchester city as they prepare to lift the trophy in front of their own fans on Sunday.

Listen to the Sky Sports Pitch to post a podcast on: Spotify | Apple | Castbox

Premier League agrees to extend TV broadcast deal



Sky Sports News‘ Bryan Swanson provides details on proposed Premier League televised deal renewal

The Premier League has secured approval in principle for a three-year renewal of its TV rights contract with UK broadcast partners, including Sky Sports.

The deal with Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC, which would extend the current rights agreements for another three years, is subject to parliamentary approval and any opposition to the proposed plans must be made by May 28.

The Premier League clubs have also agreed to additional funding of £ 100million for the National League, women’s football, Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 clubs and grassroots matches.

In a statement, the Premier League said: “UK renewals for the next broadcast cycle – from seasons 2022/2023 to 2024/2025 – will be made at the same overall value as the current deals between the Premier League and its distribution partners.

“As part of the Premier League’s developing strategic plan, the renewals will provide financial certainty for clubs throughout professional football by maintaining current support levels and allow the League to commit to increased funding. This will ensure security and continuity throughout the pyramid at least until 2025. “

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