THE Premier League is drawing to a conclusion with one of its most exciting ever final days.
The title, Champions League, Europa League and relegation battle is still to be resolved in what promises to be a Sunday afternoon full of twists and turns.
When is the Premier League final day?
- The Premier League final day takes place on Sunday, May 22.
- All matches kick off at 4pm UK time.
What are the Premier League final day fixtures?
- Arsenal vs Everton
- Brentford vs Leeds
- Brighton vs West Ham
- Burnley vs Newcastle
- Chelsea vs Watford
- Crystal Palace vs Man Utd
- Leicester vs Southampton
- Liverpool vs Wolves
- Man City vs Aston Villa
- Norwich vs Tottenham
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What can be decided on the Premier League final day?
Man City will win the Premier League title with victory at home to Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa.
But they will be pipped by Liverpool if they fail to win and the Reds are victorious at home to Wolves.
Tottenham will earn a return to the Champions League if they secure a draw at basement club Norwich.
However, should they lose, Arsenal will qualify for the Champions League with victory at home to Everton.
Manchester United are currently set for Europa League football next season.
But if they fail to win at Crystal Palace and West Ham win at Brighton, new boss Erik ten Hag will suffer the ignominy of starting in the Europa Conference League.
Burnley are level on points with Leeds but have a far superior goal difference.
That means they will avoid relegation if they either beat Newcastle or secure the same result as Leeds manage to secure at Brentford.
Which Premier League games are TV on the final day?
The following Premier League games are being shown on Sky Sports on the final day:
- Man City vs Aston Villa – Sky Sports Main Event
- Liverpool vs Wolves – Sky Sports Premier League
- Brentford vs Leeds – Sky Sports Football
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