the last few battles of the 2022-23 Premier League table will be decided today.
Relegation is where the biggest question mark lies, with Everton hosting Bournemouth knowing that a win will guarantee their survival after another tricky season. Leeds, who host Tottenham, and Leicester, up against West Ham, chase them down but only one can survive.
What Premier League matches are on TV today?
Unfortunately for supporters, only four Premier League games are being broadcast on Sunday.
Sky Sports will be showing Aston Villa vs Brighton, Everton vs Bournemouth and Leicester vs West Ham, with the relegation battle taking centre stage. Meanwhile, BT Sport will be showing the other game in that relegation scrap, with Leeds vs Tottenham the match chosen by the broadcaster.
Sky would only normally get three matches a weekend anyway, but as it’s the last round of the season, all games will kick off at the same time: 4.30pm.
Everton vs Bournemouth will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event from 4pm and Aston Villa vs Brighton will be shown on Sky Sports Football from 4.25pm, while Leicester vs West Ham is on Sky Sports Premier League from 3pm. Leeds vs Tottenham is on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 3.30pm.
The final European places must also be resolved as Aston Villa host Brighton in seventh place, which would deliver them Europa Conference League football. Spurs sit a point back while Brentford need results to go their way for a surprise leapfrog into the top seven.
Manchester City, having already lifted the title, round off their season away to the Bees while second-placed Arsenal host Wolves. Southampton wave goodbye to the Premier League with the visit of Liverpool and Manchester United host Fulham with a top-four finish secured. A poor season for Chelsea ends at home to high-flying Newcastle, who still hold out hope of finishing third.
Full Premier League final day fixture list
Arsenal vs Wolves, 4.30pm
Aston Villa vs Brighton, 4.30pm, Sky Sports
Brentford vs Man City, 4.30pm
Chelsea vs Newcastle, 4.30pm
Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest, 4.30pm
Everton vs Bournemouth, 4.30pm, Sky Sports
Leeds vs Tottenham, 4.30pm, BT Sport
Leicester vs West Ham, 4.30pm, Sky Sports
Man United vs Fulham, 4.30pm
Southampton vs Liverpool, 4.30pm
The early kick-off on Saturday will see Tottenham host Brentford in a big game in north London. Spurs can no longer finish in the top four, their highest possible placing now being sixth.
The lone Conference League qualifier berth for 7th place is still up for grabs with three clubs in the running to finish there on the final day.
In the battle to avoid relegation, the race is down to three teams on the final day with two of them guaranteed to be sent down: Leicester City, Leeds United, and Everton. All three are at home, but Everton start the day in the driver’s seat with a win against Bournemouth securing their place in the Premier League.