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How to follow the final day of the Premier League season in the UK on TV and live stream

Published: Updated: 08:32, 25 May 2023
European places and top flight survival are still at stake in what should prove a cracking final day of the 2022/23 campaign

This weekend is set to serve up a festival of football as clubs up and down the English top flight scramble to end their seasons on a high. Some teams will simply be looking to send their fans home happy for the summer, while others are at risk of dropping down to the Championship or in with a chance of securing European football for next season.

Rarely have we seen a final day with such intrigue at the bottom of the Premier League, with three teams still not safe from relegation. Leeds United, Leicester City and Everton are all battling for the right to play in the English top flight again next season.

Meanwhile, with Champions League positions secured by Newcastle United and Manchester United, and Europa League football firmly in the hands of Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion, Sunday will see Aston Villa, Spurs and Brentford all looking to grasp that final European qualification spot and a place in next year's Europa Conference League.

With all that in mind, several of the juiciest fixtures of this final day of the Premier League season will air live on TV and via live stream in the UK so fans can follow along with the action.

How to watch the final day of the Premier League season in the UK

All 10 fixtures of Gameweek 38 from the EPL this weekend will kick off on Sunday 28 May 2023 at 16.30.

While the majority of games will not be available to watch live in the UK legally, three of the most anticipated and high-stakes clashes will be available across the two major rights holders this weekend.

The game between Everton and Bournemouth, which will see Sean Dyche's side look to capitalise on a raucous Goodison Park crowd in their search for Premier League survival, will be available live on Sky Sports Main Event and via live stream on Sky Stream.

Leicester's pivotal clash against West Ham, which they must win to stand any chance of staying up, will be aired on Sky Sports Premier League and online on Sky Stream.

And the game between Leeds United and Tottenham Hotspur from Elland Road, arguably the most exciting clash of the whole lineup, will be available to watch on BT Sport 1 and via live streaming on the BT Sport app and website.

Who needs what to avoid relegation?

The biggest topic for discussion this weekend is undoubtedly the Premier League relegation scrap. Going into Sunday's games, Everton are outside of the bottom three by two points (33), while Leicester and Leeds trail behind on 31 points.

Everton are the only team of the three with their fate in their own hands. Beat Bournemouth, who have absolutely nothing to play for, and they stay in the division.

A defeat or draw for Everton could open the door for Leicester or Leeds. If Everton lose and either of those two win and the other loses, that winning side will climb out of the bottom three. If Everton lose and both teams win, Leicester will survive above Leeds on goal difference.

Most fascinatingly, either Leicester or Leeds could survive with a win even if Everton only draw, as Leicester have a better GD than Dyche's side and Leeds would only need a three goal swing, unlikely but far from impossible.

It's going to be an extremely exciting day at the bottom of the Premier League. If Everton are losing or drawing going into the final stages of their game against Bournemouth, fans will be switching channels at breakneck speed to see if Leicester or Leeds are taking advantage.

Losses for all three teams would of course mean safety for Everton.

With all three teams playing at home, many pundits are expecting them all to win and thus Everton to survive. Both Everton and Leicester have relatively kind draws, with Bournemouth and West Ham both safely in mid table and with nothing to play for. Leicester may have it even easier as The Hammers will likely be distracted by their upcoming UEFA Europa Conference League final against FIorentina.

Leeds United definitely have the biggest hill to climb as Sam Allardyce's side welcome Spurs to Elland Road, with the London side still very much battling for a place in next season's Conference League. They will need their home crowd firmly behind them from the first whistle to stand a chance of staying in the Premier League

What's up for grabs in Europe?

Champions League football has been secured for champions Manchester City, Arsenal, Newcastle United and Manchester United. Liverpool have qualified for the Europa League, and they will be joined by Brighton & Hove Albion.

Where things get interesting is in the fight for 7th place and the UEFA Europa Conference League, as Villa, Spurs and Brentford battle it out to the last game.

Spectacularly, Unai Emery's Aston Villa are currently in pole position to qualify. They face a tough test against Brighton on the final day, but with De Zerbi's side in full party mode, the opportunity is there. Three points would guarantee them qualification.

Spurs sit one point behind them. If they win their game and Villa lose, they will qualify. If they draw, they would need Villa and Brentford to both lose.

Brentford's position as potential European qualifiers is perhaps even more astounding than Villa's. They sit two points behind Villa and would need to work some miracles to beat Man City on the final day and hope both Villa and Spurs fail to win. Draws or losses for both would see Brentford have enough to qualify, as they possess the superior goal difference of the three. The difficulty will mostly come from having to somehow beat City as they prepare for two major finals in their search of an historic treble.

So many permutations that it's hard to keep track, but fans can tune in to Sky Sports and BT Sport and expect the professionals to keep them filled in on how everything is unfolding as it happens.

Golden boot winner-elect Erling Haaland will look to extend his record as the new all-time top goalscorer in a single Premier League season. The Norwegian has netted 36 times, beating the old 42-game record of Alan Shearer and Andy Cole (34) but will surely hope to add one or two more in the hope of retaining that record for decades to come.

Assuming Harry Kane doesn't score 9 goals, Haaland's new record is in little danger of being broken on this final day.

Full list of final day Premier League fixtures

All games on Sunday kick off at 16.30. Tune in to Sky Sports and BT Sport to keep abreast of all the action.

  • Arsenal vs Wolves (Emirates Stadium)
  • Aston Villa vs Brighton (Villa Park)
  • Brentford vs Man City (Gtech Community Stadium)
  • Chelsea vs Newcastle United (Stamford Bridge)
  • Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest (Selhurst Park)
  • Everton vs Bournemouth (Goodison Park)
  • Leeds United vs Tottenham (Elland Road)
  • Leicester vs West Ham (King Power Stadium)
  • Manchester United vs Fulham (Old Trafford)
  • Southampton vs Liverpool (St Mary's Stadium)

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