Manchester City have had their European ban overturned for next season, meaning only the top four will qualify for the Champions League, while a maximum of three teams will make it to the Europa League. Sheffield United were the victors over Chelsea, nudging them right into contention for a finish in the top seven, while Wolves beat Everton to maintain their own hopes.
Sign up to get alerts for football and receive television and entertainment email newsletters from our award-winning editorial team. The next three weeks are sure to provide immense drama with numerous teams gunning for the same objectives paired up to play each other, including West Ham v Watford on Friday night. There are more free-to-air Premier League games on this week including offerings from Amazon Prime Video and the blossoming Pick TV channel by Sky, so take a look at the list below to work out your schedule for the week.
Southampton will be confident of getting a result here after watching Brighton snatch a victory on Saturday. For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide. Our editorial is always independent learn more. Thursday, 25th June at pm.
And as a final twist, there's now realistically just two automatic qualifications left, after Man City's European football ban was overturned. On the flip side, the Prem's basement has another classic relegation dogfight on its hands. While Norwich City looked set for the drop, Aston Villa and Bournemouth are still hoping to pull off a great escape - most likely at the expense of Watford or West Ham. With so much left to play for, we know you won't want to miss a second of the action - so read on as our in-depth Premier League live stream guide reveals all the best and easiest ways to watch the football online this summer.
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Arsenal vs. Southampton: Premier League prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, watch online, time The Gunners hit the road and are confident in keeping its unbeaten run going.
Sheffield United v Chelsea 5. Aston Villa v Crystal Palace 2. Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal 4. Chelsea v Norwich City 8. Newcastle v Tottenham 6pm BT Sport. Arsenal v Liverpool 8. Everton v Aston Villa 6pm Sky Sports. Crystal Palace v Man Utd 8. Southampton v Brighton 8.