Premier League announce televised picks for final weekend of season… with NONE of top seven selected as Sky and BT Sport focus on relegation fight
- The Premier League’s battle for survival is set to continue until the final day this Sunday
- Two from Everton, Leeds and Leicester will join already relegated Southampton
- Broadcasters will show all three teams without any of the top seven being chosen for television
The three teams at risk of relegation will be shown live on TV, after the Premier League announced the picks for the final round.
Two from Everton, Leeds and Leicester will join Southampton in relegation, with the battle set to play out until the final day after the Foxes drew 0-0 with Newcastle on Monday night.
Sky Sports will show Everton’s home game with Bournemouth and Leicester’s clash with West Ham at the King Power Stadium, while BT Sport will show Leeds v Tottenham at Elland Road.
The top 10 final day matches kick off at 4:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
The selections by the broadcasters mean that none of the top seven will be shown live as they instead focus on the relegation battle.
Leicester, Everton and Leeds will be shown live on TV on the final day after the Premier League announced the picks which saw Sky Sports and BT Sport focus on the relegation battle.
Two from Leicester, Everton (left) and Leeds (right) will be relegated along with Southampton
The Premier League title is sealed after Arsenal’s defeat at Nottingham Forest on Saturday handed it to Manchester City as Pep Guardiola’s side became champions for the fifth time in six seasons.
Elsewhere, the race for the top four is all but decided, with Newcastle already qualifying for next season’s Champions League while Manchester United need just a point from their last two games against Chelsea and Fulham to win. secure a return to Europe’s premier club competition.
Liverpool are guaranteed to finish at least fifth, while Brighton have almost certainly secured sixth, given they are three points clear of Aston Villa in seventh on a superior goal difference of 16 goals.
Villa, Tottenham and Brentford can all qualify for the Europa Conference League, but that remains in the hands of Unai Emery’s side as they host the Seagulls.
Everton are currently in the best position to survive, given they are two points clear of 18th-placed Leicester and 19th-placed Leeds.
The Foxes, however, are boosted by a far superior goal difference to their relegation rivals, but they must win their game against the Hammers and hope Everton fail to beat Bournemouth.
Leeds need to improve on Leicester’s result and hope they can overturn their three-goal deficit alongside Sean Dyche.
Manchester City won their fifth title in six seasons after Arsenal lost to Nottingham Forest
The top four race is also nearly over as Newcastle (right) have already qualified for next season’s Champions League, while Man United (left) need just one point from two games .