Premier League announces final round of TV games for April and May

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Premier League announces final round of TV matches for April and May with Sky Sports broadcasting Old Trafford showdown between European Super League rebels Liverpool and Manchester United and Chelsea’s journey to title-chasing City

  • The Premier League has announced its latest round of TV coverage
  • European Super League rebels Manchester United and Liverpool will meet on May 2
  • Sky Sports will also broadcast Manchester City’s clash with Chelsea on May 8
  • BT Sport, Amazon and BBC One will also broadcast the best flight matches

The latest round of live televised Premier League games for April and May has been announced, with Liverpool’s trip to Manchester United being the favorites.

The duo have been in the spotlight this week for all the wrong reasons, with their US owners as the driving force behind the failed European Super League proposal.

On Tuesday evening, Liverpool and United joined Chelsea, Man City, Spurs and Arsenal to withdraw from the £ 4.6 billion JP Morgan backed plan and will have to focus on the top remaining flights.

The Premier League has announced its final round of televised broadcasts for April and May

The Reds are chasing Champions League football after withdrawing from the European Super League

United will try to secure their place in the top four to play in the top European club competition

Liverpool’s journey to other European Super League rebel Man United will be on Sky Sports

With Champions League football back on the table, Liverpool will be looking for valuable points as they try to qualify for next season’s league, with their visit to Old Trafford taking second-place United a big obstacle.

The English giants will meet on Sunday, May 2 at 4:30 pm BST, with Sky Sports broadcasting the showdown, the Premier League. announced.

The clash between United and Liverpool is one of 14 matches to be broadcast by Sky, starting with Leicester’s trip to Southampton on Friday, April 30, through to Fulham’s crunch relegation clash with Burnley on Saturday, May 8.

That’s not the only resentment shown on Sky next month, with the Black Country Derby between West Brom and Wolves airing at 6:30 pm BST on Monday, May 3.

Chelsea will travel to leader Manchester City on May 8 and will be shown on Sky Sports

Chelsea will travel to leader Manchester City on May 8 and will be shown on Sky Sports

The Black Country Derby between Wolves and West Brom will be played on Monday 3 May

The Black Country Derby between Wolves and West Brom will be played on Monday 3 May

Sky also broadcasts Newcastle vs. Arsenal out on Sunday May 2, and Chelsea’s visit to the Etihad Stadium for Manchester City on Saturday May 8.

Elsewhere, BT Sport will show Pep Guardiola’s side against Crystal Palace on Saturday, May 1, and Aston Villa’s journey to Goodison Park to play against Everton later that day.

BT Sport will also air Ryan Mason’s journey from Tottenham to Leeds United on Saturday 8 May, as well as Arsenal against relegation wrestlers West Bromwich Albion the following day.

BBC Sport and Amazon have each got a match as well, with the first showing Wolverhampton Wanderers’ home game against Brighton on Sunday 9 May. The game will be broadcast live on BBC One at noon.

The Graham Potters side will also be featured on Amazon, which will broadcast their kickoff at 3pm on Saturday, May 1 against Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds on the south coast.

FULL LIST OF TELEVISE LUMINAIRES

Friday, April 30

20:00 Southampton – Leicester (Sky Sports)

Saturday May 1

12:30 pm Crystal Palace – Man City (BT Sport)

3:00 pm Brighton – Leeds (Amazon Prime)

17:30 Chelsea – Fulham (Sky Sports)

20:00 Everton – Aston Villa (BT Sport)

Sunday May 2

14:00 Newcastle – Arsenal (Sky Sports)

16:30 Man Utd – Liverpool (Sky Sports)

7:15 PM Spurs – Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports)

Monday, May 3

6:00 PM West Brom – Wolves (Sky Sports)

8:15 PM Burnley – West Ham (Sky Sports)

Friday, May 7

20:00 Leicester – Newcastle (Sky Sports)

Saturday May 8

12:30 Leeds – Spurs (BT Sport)

3:00 pm Sheffield Utd – Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

17:30 Man City – Chelsea (Sky Sports)

20:15 Liverpool – Southampton (Sky Sports)

Sunday May 9

12:00 Wolves – Brighton (BBC)

2:05 PM Aston Villa – Man Utd (Sky Sports)

4:30 PM West Ham – Everton (Sky Sports)

19:00 Arsenal – West Brom (BT Sport)

Monday May 10

8:00 pm Fulham – Burnley (Sky Sports)

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