TV games for the final day of the Premier League season have been confirmed.
And the epic three-way relegation battle between Everton, Leeds and Leicester is set to take centre stage.
The Premier League relegation battle takes centre stage on TV this weekend
The trio are all fighting for their lives after sacking four managers between them this term.
And their final games will all be shown live on TV this Sunday, with each fixture kicking off at 4.30pm.
Everton currently hold the advantage in the race for Premier League survival.
The Toffees sit 17th, two points clear of each of their rivals.
And their home game against Bournemouth will be televised live on Sky Sports.
The same broadcaster will also show Leicester’s home clash with West Ham.
Finally, BT Sport will show Leeds against Tottenham, who themselves are in a desperate fight to qualify for Europe.
An additional fourth game is also set to be broadcast on Sky Sports, with a final announcement coming on Friday.
According to a boffin-operated Supercomputer, it will be Everton cementing their top-flight status on Sunday.
The Toffees are tipped to beat Bournemouth, making all other results obsolete.
Leicester are also expected to win their game if the final Supercomputer standings are believed, seeing them jump from 19th to 18th.
And Leeds will therefore finish second-bottom with a draw in their own match.
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