Premier League Final Day live on Sky Sports


Sky Sports will show the Premier League matches involving Liverpool and Manchester City exclusively live as the race for the top four goes down to the final day on Sunday, May 21.

Liverpool must beat Middlesbrough at Anfield to guarantee Champions League football next season in the feature match of the final Super Sunday of the season, live on Sky Sports 1 from 2pm with coverage hosted by David Jones.

Manchester City must pick up a point in their final match against Watford at Vicarage Road to secure a top-four spot and that game will be live on Sky Sports 2 from 2.45pm.

Both matches will kick off at 3.00pm and will be available to watch Ultra HD for Sky Q subscribers. In addition, Sky Sports customers will also be able to see in-game clips and highlights from all 10 of Sunday’s Premier League matches on their mobile devices via the Football Score Centre app.

That means subscribers can see goals from Arsenal v Everton, Manchester United v Crystal Palace, Hull v Tottenham and all of the other matches within moments of the ball hitting the back of the net.

Sky Sports viewers in Republic of Ireland will be able to see champions Chelsea conclude their league season against Sunderland on Sky Sports 5.

Following coverage from Anfield, attention on Sky Sports 1 switches to John Terry and Gary Cahill lifting the Premier League trophy and viewers will be able to see the trophy presentation live from Stamford Bridge.

As well as the live matches, fans can also follow all of the drama of the final day with Jeff Stelling and the panel on Soccer Special on Sky Sports News HQ from 12pm.

Elsewhere on the final day of the season, the BBC will broadcast extended free-to-air highlights of all 10 games on Match of the Day at 10.30pm on BBC One, presented by Gary Lineker with Alan Shearer and Frank Lampard in the studio.

There will also be a special Final Score from 2.30pm on BBC Red Button, continuing on BBC Two at 4.30pm, where Jason Mohammad, Martin Keown and Garth Crooks cast their eyes on a feast of football on the last day of the season, with reports and interviews from all ten games.

BT Sport will also broadcast a special edition of its results programme BT Sport Score, which will be free to view on all platforms from 2.45pm on BT Sport 2, presented by Mark Pougatch alongside Jules Breach, with guests including Joey Barton, Robbie Savage, Chris Sutton, Jermaine Jenas and Kelly Smith.

Who will finish in the top four? How will your team finish the season? Details of how to follow the final day of the 2016/17 Premier League can be found below:


Premier League Final Day
LIVE  2.00pm-6.00pm


Premier League Final Day
LIVE  2.45pm-5.15pm


Gillette Soccer Special
with Jeff Stelling
LIVE  12.00pm-6.00pm
Sky Sports News HQ
Final Score
with Jason Mohammad
LIVE  2.30pm-5.30pm  BBC Red Button
LIVE  4.30pm-5.30pm  BBC Two
BT Sport Score
with Mark Pougatch & Jules Breach
LIVE  2.45pm-5.30pm
Match of the Day
with Gary Lineker
HIGHLIGHTS  10.30pm-12.15am

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