Sky Sports make decision for Man City and Liverpool FC final day title battle

While the curtains fall on yet another fantastic Premier League season this Sunday, there is still one final day expected to be filled with drama, excitement and disappointment, with a multitude of eventualities still left to be decided.

Manchester City are on course to win their sixth Premier League title, their fourth under Pep Guardiola, with a win over Aston Villa enough to see them retain their crown as they start one point ahead of second-placed Liverpool.

And for neighbors Manchester United, an away trip to Selhurst Park beckons, with United looking to hold onto the final Europa League place with West Ham hot on their heels and hoping to pounce on a potential slip up from Ralf Ragnick’s side.

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The final day has games across the league you will not want to miss and every fixture is expected to be broadcast live across the Premier League’s TV partners in the UK.

All 10 games will kick-off at 4pm (BST) on Sunday 22nd May, with both Manchester City and Liverpool’s fixtures taking center stage under the Sky Sports cameras.

This is not the first time that the title has been decided on the final day, with the Citizen’s winning their fourth Premier League crown in 2019 after coming back from a goal down to win 4-1 against Brighton at the Amex.

For Manchester United, a win against Crystal Palace is a must. Should they draw and the Hammers beat Brighton, David Moyes’ side would leapfrog them into sixth place because of their far superior goal difference.

Here is the final day fixture list in full and broadcast information as things stand:

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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