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The final matchday of the 2014-15 Barclays Premier League season is approaching and Sky Sports viewers will be able to enjoy all the key action on their TV screens.

With one game left to go in the current campaign, the main issue still to be addressed is who will drop out of the top flight alongside Burnley and QPR.

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Hull City, who currently lie third-bottom on 34 points, remain the favourites to be relegated, although Newcastle United - who sit 17th with 36 points - are by no means out of the woods.

If Hull can beat Manchester United at the KC Stadium, Newcastle will need to see off West Ham at St. James' Park to defend their Barclays Premier League status.

Should the Tigers pick up three points, a Newcastle draw would see the Geordies - whose form has collapsed since the departure of manager Alan Pardew in December - go down to the Championship on goal difference.

And after claiming just one point from the last 30 available, amid off-the-field unrest, some would say this is just what John Carver's Newcastle deserve.

All ten Barclays Premier League games will be played simultaneously this weekend, kicking-off at 3pm on Sunday May 24th.

Hull City v Manchester United will be shown live on Sky Sports 1, while Newcastle United v West Ham United airs on Sky Sports 3.

Over on the red button, Chelsea fans will be able to see the champions celebrate their title win against Sunderland at Stamford Bridge.

This game is now effectively a dead rubber, following Sunderland's 0-0 draw at Arsenal on Wednesday May 20th.

The point picked up by the Black Cats moved them up to 38 points in the table, meaning they can no longer be caught by Hull City.

By 5pm on Sunday, football fans will know who will take their place in the top division in 2015-16, and which side will find themselves back in the second tier.

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