The climax to the most exciting title race for years is fast approaching. With a shade under two months remaining, the championship is wide open with all the crucial questions still unanswered.
Will Arsenal buck recent form and show the grit and character required to win the big prize in the final furlong? Can free-scoring Liverpool's glittering attack mask a slipshod defence's shortcomings over 38 games?
Will Manchester City take the top prize in Pelligrini's inaugral season in the Premier League? Or will wily Jose Mourinho's tactical nous allow Chelsea to hold to their slim lead?
The good news is that all the plum fixtures that will decide the title-chasers' fates are airing across Sky Sports and BT Sport. And the even better news is that there's still plenty of time to get a monthly subscription or sign up for individual games on pay per day basis via streaming services, such as Now TV.
Here we've pulled together all the crunch fixtures in one place so you can see at-a-glance which broadcaster is airing the games, plus dates and kick-off times. And we've got plenty of info about how you get to see the games that affect your teams. Here's to a finish to the season that's every bit as nail-biting as Arsenal's heroics at Anfield in 1989.
Title-deciding Premier League games airing live on Sky Sports
|Sky Sports Live Games||Date||Kick-off|
|Man Utd v Man City||Tuesday March 25||7.45pm|
|Liverpool v Sunderland||Wednesday March 26||8pm|
|Arsenal v Manchester City||Saturday March 29||5.30pm|
|Liverpool v Tottenham||Sunday March 30||4pm|
|Chelsea v Stoke City||Saturday April 5||5.30pm|
|Everton v Arsenal||Sunday April 6||1.30pm|
|West Ham v Liverpool||Sunday April 6||4pm|
|Liverpool v Man City||Sunday April 13||1.30pm|
|Swansea v Chelsea||Sunday April 13||4pm|
|Arsenal v West Ham||Tuesday April 15||7.45pm|
|Hull City v Arsenal||Saturday April 19||5.30pm|
|Norwich v Liverpool||Sunday April 20||12pm|
|Chelsea v Sunderland||Sunday April 20||2.05pm|
|Man City v West Brom||Monday April 21||8pm|
|Liverpool v Chelsea||Sunday April 27||2.05pm|
|C Palace v Man City||Sunday April 27||4.10pm|
|Arsenal v Newcastle||Monday April 28||8pm|
|Man City v Aston Villa||Wednesday May 7||7.45pm|
Title-deciding Premier League games airing live on BT Sport
|BT Sport Live Games||Date||Kick-off|
|Manchester United v Aston Villa||Saturday March 29||12.45pm|
|Manchester City v Southampton||Saturday April 5||12.45pm|
|Tottenham v Fulham||Saturday April 19||12.45pm|
|Southampton v Everton||Saturday April 26||12.45pm|
How do I sign up to see the title run-in?
If you're a Sky customer you can add BT Sport to your bundle for £12 per month, with a one-off activation charge. The minimum term is one month.
Alternatively, if you add BT broadband to your bundle, you get BT Sport free of charge.
BT customers who are signed up to its super-fast Infinity service can add Sky Sports 1 to their package for £15.50 per month. Or you can get Sky 1 and Sky 2 for £21 per month.
If you're with TalkTalk, you can add the full suite of Sky Sports channels to your package for £30 per month. BT Sport is currently unavailable to TalkTalk TV subscribers and although negotiations are underway to change that, the situation seems unlikely to alter in time for the title run-in.
Virgin Media customers can add Sky Sports for an extra charge of £27.25 a month. Want to add BT Sport? That's an extra £15 a month.
I don't want a contract. Can I pay to watch one-off games?
You can. A 24-hour Sports Pass from Sky's Now TV service, priced £9.99, is just right for catching big games if you're not minded to commit to a contract.
Find out more about streaming services with our dedicated guide: streaming services