Final Premier League Sunday TV schedule

The final Sunday for England’s Premier League soccer will have all 10 matches televised simultaneously on an NBC-owned channel at 10 a.m.
Chelsea has already wrapped up the championship so the attention turns to the chase for a top-four position and spot in the lucrative UEFA Champions League. The top matches will be shown on the most-popular channels. Fifth-place Arsenal takes on Everton on NBC; fourth-place Liverpool faces Middlesbrough on NBCSN; and, Manchester City plays Watford on USA, with a win or draw securing a top-four spot.
Every match can be viewed on the NBC Sports app, as well as streamed on Radio coverage of every match is streamed on

Sunday, May 21 (all at 10 a.m. ET)
Spectrum channel listings
No. 5 Arsenal vs. No. 7 Everton (NBC, Ch. 4; Telemundo/Spanish, Ch. 61)
No. 4 Liverpool vs. No. 19 Middlesbrough (NBCSN, Ch. 81)
No. 15 Watford vs. No. 3 Manchester City (USA, Ch. 30; NBC Universo/Spanish, Ch. 898)
No. 6 Manchester United vs. No. 13 Crystal Palace (CNBC, Ch. 31)
No. 15 Burnley vs. No. 12 West Ham (Oxygen, Ch. 83)
No. 1 Chelsea vs. No. 20 Sunderland (SyFy, Ch. 43)
No. 18 Hull City vs. No. 2 Tottenham (MSNBC, Ch. 46)
No. 11 Leicester City vs. No. 8 Bournemouth (Bravo, Ch. 66)
No. 8 Southampton vs. No. 14 Stoke City (E!, Ch. 44)
No. 17 Swansea City vs. No. 8 West Bromwich Albion (Esquire, Ch. 65)

The top three finishers are assured a group stage spot in the Champions League and fourth would enter the playoff round. The fifth-place finisher is placed in the next-tier UEFA Europa League, with sixth and seventh in line for Europa spots pending the results of the FA Cup and League Cup.

A win by Manchester City over Watsford clinches third place and an automatic Champions spot.

A draw by Liverpool against Middlesbrough does the team no good to move up from fourth but keeps it there with a draw or loss by Arsenal against Everton. A win by Arsenal forces Liverpool to win.

Tie-breakers utilized by the Premier League are: 1) goals differential; 2) total goals scored; 3) head-to-head total points; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) head to-head away goals scored; 6) total away goals scored for season.

The bottom three finishers in the Premier League – Hull City, Middlesbrough and Sunderland – will be relegated to the English Football League Championship next season, to be replaced by three teams being promoted.

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