Football fans can look forward to a bumper final day of the Premier League season with every match to kick off at 4pm on Sunday July 26.
As the top flight campaign draws to a close, teams across the division will be desperately attempting to achieve their goals with supporters facing a nervous wait later this month.
However, newly-crowned champions Liverpool have already reached the lofty heights of their first league title in three decades – and their players will lift the trophy live on Sky Sports on Wednesday July 22.
Every match on the final day of the Premier League season will kick off at 4pm on July 26
Broadcasters Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime have unveiled the matches they will be screening as the top flight edges closer to a finish after the coronavirus crisis enforced a lengthy hiatus.
Sky Sports revealed on Friday another 13 clashes to be shown live between July 13 and July 22.
A key test in Manchester United’s bid for Champions League football may lie in their trip to Crystal Palace and this tie will be shown on BT Sport on Thursday July 16.
BT Sport will broadcast live Manchester United’s crucial trip to Crystal Palace on July 16
Amazon Prime have also announced that Sheffield United’s home game against Everton on July 20 will be shown for free on Prime Video for UK-based viewers.
The BBC, screening their first ever Premier League games this season since the top flight’s inception in 1992, will broadcast Burnley’s game against Wolves on July 15 – in what will be their fourth free-to-air fixture from the division.
Football was brought to a halt in March with 92 Premier League games still left to be played, and Project Restart has seen a significant portion of those fixtures ticked off behind closed doors.
Every team now has six matches remaining, leaving supporters still facing 60 more clashes to enjoy before the end of the season.
The schedule for matchweeks 36 and 37 will play a huge role in deciding the final standings
And the schedule for matchweeks 36 and 37 will play a key role in deciding the fate of all 20 clubs.
The title may have been wrapped up by Jurgen Klopp’s rampant Reds, but the chase for Europe is still very much in the balance.
At the other end of the standings, several teams are frantically jostling to avoid the drop.
TV details for the final weekend are yet to be confirmed.
More to follow.
Tuesday 14 July
20:15 Chelsea v Norwich City (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 15 July
18:00 Burnley v Wolves (BBC)
18:00 Man City v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
18:00 Newcastle United v Spurs (BT Sport)
20:15 Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Thursday 16 July
18:00 Everton v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
18:00 Leicester City v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
20:15 Crystal Palace v Man Utd (BT Sport)
20:15 Southampton v Brighton (BT Sport)
Friday 17 July
20:00 West Ham v Watford (Sky Sports)
Saturday 18 July
17:30 Norwich City v Burnley (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
Sunday 19 July
14:00 AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (BT Sport)
16:00 Spurs v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
Monday 20 July
18:00 Brighton v Newcastle United (Sky Sports/Sky Pick)
18:00 Sheff Utd v Everton (Amazon Prime Video)
20:15 Wolves v Crystal Palace (BT Sport)
Tuesday 21 July
18:00 Watford v Man City (Sky Sports)
20:15 Aston Villa v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
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