Sky Sports reveals live final day Premier League games


Sky Sports will show three live games on the final day of the 2017/18 Premier League season as top-four and relegation issues are settled.

A Super Sunday triple-header will put the fight for Champions League football in the spotlight, as well as the final relegation place.

Fourth-placed Liverpool are two points ahead of Chelsea and, given their vastly superior goal difference, will condemn the Blues to the Europa League next season if they avoid defeat against Brighton at Anfield, which will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event.

But should Jurgen Klopp’s men suffer a surprise defeat, Chelsea could snatch the last spot with victory at Newcastle on Sky Sports Premier League.

Swansea’s Premier League survival hopes are hanging by a thread after relegation rivals Huddersfield secured their own top-flight status in midweek.

The Swans are three points behind Southampton, and with a far inferior goal difference, heading into Sunday’s final match of the season.

Only victory over Stoke, coupled with an unlikely 10-goal swing if the Saints are beaten at home would see Carlos Carvalhal’s men stay up.

But Mark Hughes’ side face free-scoring champions Manchester City and the Sky Sports cameras will also be at St Mary’s to see how the afternoon unfolds, in a match will be televised on Sky Sports Mix, which is available to Sky customers without a sports subscription on channel 121.

Build-up to the full final schedule will start at 2pm on Sky Sports Premier League, presented by David Jones, with all three live selections also available via the red button.

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 from 12pm, which will also be simulcast on Sky 1.

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.

There will also be a special Final Score from 2.30pm on BBC Red Button, continuing on BBC One at 4.20pm, where Jason Mohammad and guests will 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 1, presented by Mark Pougatch and Jules Breach.

How will your team finish the season? Details of how to follow the final day of the 2017/17 Premier League can be found below:


Premier League: Final Day
LIVE  2.00pm-6.00pm


Premier League: Final Day
LIVE  2.45pm-5.00pm


Premier League: Final Day
LIVE  2.45pm-5.00pm


Gillette Soccer Special
with Jeff Stelling
LIVE  12.00pm-6.00pm
Final Score
with Jason Mohammad
LIVE  2.30pm-5.30pm  BBC Red Button
LIVE  4.20pm-5.30pm  BBC One
BT Sport Score
with Mark Pougatch & Jules Breach
LIVE  2.45pm-5.30pm
Match of the Day
with Gary Lineker
HIGHLIGHTS  10.30pm-12.10am

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