The 38 week Premier League season is coming to an end, and there’s still drama on the final day. Manchester City could still fall out of the top four, surrendering the final Champions League spot to local rivals United. Everything else at the top and bottom is locked up, leaving the teams in the middle fighting for every position and the funding it brings.
League position is crucial for the bottom clubs of the Premier League, where millions in funds can change hands on the final day. The club with the biggest opportunity is Bournemouth, who with some luck could go from 16th to 12th in the table. Going by last year’s payout figures, that’s a difference of at least five million pounds in earnings.
All matches will start at 10 a.m. Eastern:
Swansea City vs. Manchester City – NBC
Manchester United vs. Bournemouth – NBC Sports
Chelsea vs. Leicester City – CNBC
Stoke City vs. West Ham – Bravo
Southampton vs. Crystal Palace – E!
Everton vs. Norwich City – Esquire Network
West Brom vs. Liverpool – MSNBC
Watford vs. Sunderland – Oxygen
Arsenal vs. Aston Villa – Syfy
Newcastle vs. Tottenham – USA Network