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WATCH: TV schedule, stream links for Premier League finale

PST's Joe Prince-Wright discusses the surprising play of Southampton and West Ham. JPW believes both clubs are set to have immediate success in the Premier League.

Week 38 of the 2015-16 Premier League season is here as we enter the final 90 minutes of a memorable campaign.

[ MORE: Latest PL standings ]

All 10 games will be shown simultaneously across NBC’s family of channels at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday, with the big story of the day being the two Manchester teams battling out for fourth place.

Manchester City head to Swansea City (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on NBC and online via Live Extra) knowing a win will guarantee fourth place and the final UEFA Champions League spot for next season. Can Manuel Pellegrini end his reign on a high? If City slip up then Louis van Gaal and Manchester United will be waiting to take full advantage and sneak into the top four as they currently sit two points behind City but have a far inferior goal differential. United host Bournemouth (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via Live Extra) at Old Trafford and know they must win to have any chance of keeping their faint top four hopes alive.

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With the relegation places sorted and Leicester City wrapping up the Premier League title as they head to Chelsea (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on CNBC and online via Live Extra) on the final day for Claudio Ranieri appreciation day, there is still plenty to play for in the upper echelons of the table.

Tottenham Hotspur need just a a point at already relegated Newcastle (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on USA and online via Live Extra) to clinch second spot and finish above Arsenal for the first time in 20 years. The Gunners have to beat Aston Villa (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on Syfy and online via Live Extra) at the Emirates to have any chance of jumping ahead of Spurs on the final day.

Southampton host Crystal Palace as they aim to keep their Europa League chances alive (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on E! and online via Live Extra), plus West Ham United head to Stoke (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on Bravo and online via Live Extra) hoping to finish in the top five with a win. Liverpool can still finish in the top six if they beat West Brom away (Watch live, 10 a.m. ET on MSNBC and online via Live Extra) but Jurgen Klopp’s side will have one eye on the UEFA Europa League final against Sevilla next week.

There will also be a special postgame show which will wrap up the 2015-16 season.

You can watch every single second of every single game live online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.

If you’re looking for full-event replays of Premier League games, you can find them here. They are available soon after the final whistle, but rights limit us to a certain number each week. Looking for game highlights? Try this. Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming days. Enjoy.



10 a.m. ET: Arsenal vs. Aston Villa – Syfy [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Chelsea vs. Leicester City – CNBC [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Everton vs. Norwich City – Esquire [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Manchester United vs. Bournemouth – NBCSN [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Newcastle vs. Tottenham – USA [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Southampton vs. Crystal Palace – E! [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Stoke City vs. West Ham – Bravo [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Swansea City vs. Manchester City – NBC [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: Watford vs. Sunderland – Oxygen [STREAM]
10 a.m. ET: West Brom vs. Liverpool – MSNBC [STREAM]

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