May Premier League fixtures announced

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It has been revealed which matches are available to licensees in the build-up to the final weekend of Premier League football action.

With only seven games left for the chasing pack to close the gap on league leaders Chelsea, the TV schedule for all except the final weekend of action has been revealed.

May begins with Liverpool visiting Watford for Monday night football on the bank holiday (1 May).

The first weekend of the month will then see all of the league’s current top six on pub screens, including a London derby on Friday night (5 May) between West Ham and Tottenham.

Premier League action takes place on seven consecutive days from Friday 12 May, with a total of 10 games on pub screens. The current top two (Chelsea and Tottenham) will be in action twice during that period.

The fixtures that will then be shown on TV on the final day of action on 21 May will be revealed a week beforehand.

Confirmed Premier League matches on TV in May

Watford v Liverpool (1 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

West Ham v Tottenham (5 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

Manchester City v Crystal Palace (6 May, 12.30pm) – Sky Sports

Swansea City v Everton (6 May, 5.30pm) – BT Sport

Liverpool v Southampton (7 May, 1.30pm) – Sky Sports

Arsenal v Manchester United (7 May, 4pm) – Sky Sports

Chelsea v Middlesbrough (8 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

West Brom v Chelsea (12 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

Manchester City v Leicester City (13 May, 12.30pm) – Sky Sports

Stoke City v Arsenal (13 May, 5.30pm) – Sky Sports

Crystal Palace v Hull City (14 May, 12noon) – Sky Sports

West Ham v Liverpool (14 May, 2.15pm) – Sky Sports

Tottenham v Manchester United (14 May, 4.30pm) – Sky Sports

Chelsea v Watford (15 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

Manchester City v West Brom (16 May, 8pm) – Sky Sports

Southampton v Manchester United (17 May, 7.45pm) – Sky Sports

Leicester City v Tottenham (18 May, 7.45pm) – Sky Sports

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