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Liverpool v Middlesbrough, Watford v Man City live on Sky

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  • The Premier League campaign will come to an end on Sunday afternoon 
  • Sky Sports have announced that they will screen two matches live 
  • Liverpool and Manchester City feature but Arsenal won’t be broadcast in full

Sam Morshead For Mailonline

It’s the climax of the race for the top four and only Arsenal can gatecrash the party… but the Gunners won’t be shown live on TV on the final day of the Premier League season.

Sky Sports have announced their selections for broadcast ahead of Sunday’s fixtures, and their decision might be considered something of a surprise.

While Manchester City are all but guaranteed a spot in the Champions League, Arsenal could in theory still steal a place in next season’s elite European competition if results fall in their favour.

Manchester City will be shown live on Sky Sports when they face Watford on Sunday

Manchester City will be shown live on Sky Sports when they face Watford on Sunday

Manchester City will be shown live on Sky Sports when they face Watford on Sunday

Arsene Wenger will be hoping his Arsenal side can gatecrash the top four this weekend

Arsene Wenger will be hoping his Arsenal side can gatecrash the top four this weekend

Arsene Wenger will be hoping his Arsenal side can gatecrash the top four this weekend

But should the impossible take place, fans of the north London club won’t be able to keep up with the whole match live, as Sky are showing City’s trip to Watford and Liverpool’s home meeting with Middlesbrough.

Goal flashes from Arsenal’s clash with Everton at the Emirates Stadium will be shown through both broadcasts, however, meaning that supporters can keep in touch with any very unlikely drama.

Arsene Wenger’s side need to beat the Toffees and hope that Liverpool fail to see off already-relegated Boro. 

Arsenal beat Sunderland 2-0 on Tuesday night to keep their Champions League hopes alive

Arsenal beat Sunderland 2-0 on Tuesday night to keep their Champions League hopes alive

Arsenal beat Sunderland 2-0 on Tuesday night to keep their Champions League hopes alive

PREMIER LEAGUE FINAL DAY: FIXTURES 

Liverpool vs Middlesbrough

Arsenal vs Everton

Watford vs Manchester City

Chelsea vs Sunderland

Leicester vs Bournemouth

Manchester Utd vs Crystal Palace

Burnley vs West Ham

Southampton vs Stoke

Hull vs Tottenham

Swansea vs West Brom 

 

There is a scenario in which a draw will be enough for Arsenal – but only if their rivals are beaten by three goals at Anfield. 

If Arsenal and Everton draw 1-1 and Liverpool lose 2-0, a play-off will be needed to decide the final qualifying place for the Champions League.

For City, a point against midtable Watford will be enough to guarantee a top-four finish. 

Liverpool’s clash with Boro will be screened on Sky Sports 1, with the programme starting at 2pm.

The meeting between City and Watford at Vicarage Road is scheduled to be shown on Sky Sports 2 from 2.45pm, with both matches available to subscribers in Ultra HD.

All Sunday’s games are due to kick-off at 3pm BST. 

Liverpool can ensure they finish in the top four by beating Middlesbrough at Anfield

Liverpool can ensure they finish in the top four by beating Middlesbrough at Anfield

Liverpool can ensure they finish in the top four by beating Middlesbrough at Anfield


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