Sky Sports confirms final TV Premier League games

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Sky Sports today announced the final two Premier League games they’ll show on TV this Sunday.

All ten fixtures kick-off at 3.00pm, with Middlesbrough’s visit to Liverpool airing on Sky Sports 1.

Sky Sports 2 will show Watford take on Manchester City as Liverpool, City and Arsenal battle it out for third and fourth in the final standings.

City, with better goal difference, are pretty much guarantee UEFA Champions League football next year, but Arsenal, who are just a point behind Liverpool, could grab fourth place.

TV Schedule – Sunday 21 May 2017

Liverpool v Middlesbrough
Sky Sports 1 – 3.00pm

Watford v Manchester City
Sky Sports 2 – 3.00pm

Match of the Day
BBC One – 10.30pm

Last updated: Saturday 20 May 2017

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