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Premier League final day fixtures: kick-off times and TV channel schedule

The Premier League season is heading for a thrilling climax and there is still plenty to play for at both ends of the table as the campaign enters its final week.

Manchester City remain in control of the title race and look poised to scupper Liverpool’s bid for an unprecedented quadruple, while north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are battling it out for fourth and a spot in next season’s Champions League.

At the bottom, Leeds, Burnley and Everton are all fighting to avoid relegation to the Championship, with the Clarets currently in the drop zone – alongside already demoted Watford and Norwich – as it stands.

When does the Premier League end?

The 2021/22 season will reach its finale on Sunday May 22, when all 20 teams play their final game. All of the matches kick off at 4pm on the final day of the season. See below for the full set of fixtures.

What TV channels are the games on? 

All matches are expected to be broadcast across Sky and BT Sport, as they have been for much of the season. Seven matches should be shown on Sky, with the remaining three broadcast by BT – but the exact list has not yet been confirmed.

Latest news

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah and Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne have been named among the eight nominees for the Premier League’s Player of the Season award.

Salah is the league’s top scorer with 22 goals, while he also has 13 assists. De Bruyne is fourth on the goal-scoring list with 15 and the Belgian international has seven assists.

Both Salah and De Bruyne have won the award before, in the 2017/18 and 2019/20 seasons respectively.

The other nominees include Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold, City’s Joao Cancelo, West Ham United’s Jarrod Bowen, Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka, Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min and Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse. City defender Ruben Dias won the award last season.

Premier League remaining fixtures 2021/22

Kick-off times and TV schedule:

Thursday May 19

  • Everton vs Crystal Palace, 7.45pm
  • Aston Villa vs Burnley, 8pm, Sky Sports
  • Chelsea vs Leicester, 8pm

Sunday May 22

  • Arsenal vs Everton, 4pm
  • Brentford vs Leeds, 4pm
  • Brighton vs West Ham, 4pm
  • Burnley vs Newcastle, 4pm
  • Chelsea vs Watford, 4pm
  • Crystal Palace vs Manchester United, 4pm
  • Leicester vs Southampton, 4pm
  • Liverpool vs Wolves, 4pm. Sky Sports
  • Man City vs Aston Villa, 4pm, Sky Sports
  • Norwich vs Tottenham, 4pm
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