The final weekend of fixtures in the Premier League is among us and with the race for the title, European football and relegation still undecided, it is a weekend not to be missed. Here's how to watch the Premier League final day.
What Premier League games are being shown on TV in Ireland for the final day
With just a point separating Manchester City and Liverpool at the summit of the table, wins are vital for both sides this Sunday.
Everton confirmed their Premier League status after beating Crystal Palace on Thursday night, that leaves Burnley and Leeds to battle it out for the remaining place in the league.
Manchester City v Aston Villa, coverage starts at 2:30pm live on Sky Sports Main Event.
Liverpool v Wolves, coverage starts at 2:30pm live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Brentford v Leeds, coverage starting at 2:30pm on Sky Sports Football.
Burnley v Newcastle, coverage starts at 3:50pm on Premier Sports 1.
All games are kicking off at 4pm on Sunday
Everything is up for grabs on the final day of the Premier League 🍿 pic.twitter.com/unNuP3IHmD
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Premier League final day: What do Man City and Liverpool need?
Liverpool know that if they are to lift the Premier League title and remain on course for the quadruple, they need Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa to stop Manchester City from winning.
With City just one point ahead in the race for the title, should Aston Villa win or draw, a victory over Wolves at Anfield would see Liverpool crowned Premier League champions.
Should Pep Guardiola's side beat Aston Villa, as they've done in their past seven encounters, it will see them win their fourth title in five years.
There has been talk of late about what is needed for a play off to decide the Premier League title and the only result that will see that happen is;
if Manchester City lose to Aston Villa 6-0 and Liverpool draw 5-5 with Wolves.
What do Burnley and Leeds need to avoid relegation?
Burnley sit just above the relegation zone on goal difference after their 1-1 draw with Aston Villa on Thursday night. A win for them over Newcastle will all but confirm their survival due to their better goal difference.
Should Burnley lose to Newcastle, a draw or win for Leeds against Brentford will see them avoid relegation but they must better Burnley's result in order to cement their place in the league for next season.
How the bottom six looks after a dramatic night of #PL action 😵💫 pic.twitter.com/IvZhJTWzm2
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