The last day of the Premier League season is anticipated to be filled with excitement as the fight for the title, European qualification, and relegation battles are all poised to reach their conclusions.
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As the nine-month Premier League season nears its end, attention shifts to the intense battle to avoid relegation. Manchester City secures their third consecutive league title, while Everton, Leicester City, and Leeds United face a nerve-wracking final day to ensure their survival.
Leeds manager Sam Allardyce relocates his squad’s training to Elland Road, aiming to inspire a crucial victory against Tottenham Hotspur. Allardyce calls upon club legends Eddie Gray and Gary McAllister for motivation ahead of the must-win match.
Despite injuries to forwards Patrick Bamford and Rodrigo Moreno, the latter can be featured in the season’s final game.
When is Premier League Final Match
The final match of the 2022/23 Premier League season will be played on Sunday, May 28, 2023. All games will kick off at 4:30 pm BST.
Premier League Final Fixtures
Arsenal vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers
Aston Villa vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Brentford vs. Manchester City
Chelsea vs. Newcastle United
Crystal Palace vs. Nottingham Forest
Everton vs. AFC Bournemouth
Leeds United vs. Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City vs. West Ham United
Manchester United vs. Fulham
Southampton vs. Liverpool
2023 Premier League Final TV Coverage & Where to Watch
The Premier League Final will be broadcast live onBT Sport, Sky Sports in the United Kingdom. The match will also be available to stream live on Sky Go and Now TV. In US, fans can watch The 2023 Premier League Final on NBC. The match will also be available to stream live on Peacock.
The Premier League Final will be broadcast live in Canada on TSN. The match will also be available to stream live on TSN Direct.
After a 20-year wait, Newcastle secures a spot in the Champions League alongside Manchester City and Arsenal. Manchester United is on the verge of qualification, requiring just one point from their upcoming home matches against Chelsea and Fulham.
Liverpool’s chances hinge on defeating Southampton and hoping for United’s losses, which seems improbable. It’s worth noting that if Manchester City clinches the Champions League title, it won’t result in an additional Premier League club qualifying.