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TV schedule set for final day of English Premier League season Sunday

The final day of the English Premier League season will unfold on nine Fox-owned properties and an ESPN outlet Sunday, with all matches kicking off at 10 a.m. ET.

Manchester City and Manchester United are even on points atop the standings, but City holds the advantage on goal difference. Arsenal, Spurs and Newcastle are gunning for an automatic Champions League berth, while Bolton needs a victory and some help to avoid relegation.

The schedule:

#1 Manchester City (86 points) vs. #17 QPR (37 points) on ESPN2 and

#11 Sunderland (45) vs. #2 Manchester United (86) on FX, Fox Deportes, (tape at 5 p.m. on Fox Soccer)

#10 West Brom (47) vs. #3 Arsenal (67) on Fox Sports Net, Comcast SportsNet/DC, (tape at 1 p.m. on Fox Soccer)

#4 Spurs (66) vs. #9 Fulham (52) on Fox Soccer

#7 Everton (53) vs. #5 Newcastle (65) on,

#6 Chelsea (61) vs. #19 Blackburn (31) on SPEED,

#12 Swansea (44) vs. #8 Liverpool (52) on Fuel TV,

#13 Norwich (44) vs. #16 Aston Villa (38) on

#14 Stoke (44) vs. #18 Bolton (35) on Fox Soccer Plus,

#15 Wigan (40) vs. #20 Wolves (25) on

Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.


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