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Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced their Premier League fixtures for May, the final month of the season.

Sky Sports has the lion's share, with 13 live fixtures, while BT Sport has three plus the FA Cup Final.

The action kicks off on May 2nd, when BT Sport will show Leicester City versus Newcastle United at 12:45pm. At 5:30pm, Sky Sports is home to Manchester United versus West Bromwich Albion.

The following day sees Chelsea take on Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur versus Manchester City. Then Monday, May 5th is the day Hull City face Arsenal. All three games are live on Sky Sports.

Everton against Sunderland kicks off at 12:45pm on Saturday, May 9th on BT Sport. At 5:30pm, Crystal Palace face Manchester United on Sky Sports.

Sunday May 10th sees Manchester City versus Queens Park Rangers, then Chelsea versus Liverpool. Arsenal take on Swansea City on Monday 11th. Again, all three games are live on Sky.

Saturday May 16th sees Southampton face Aston Villa at 12:45pm – that's live on BT Sport. Then the rest of the games are on Sky Sports: Liverpool versus Crystal Palace (Saturday May 16th, 5:30pm), Swansea City versus Manchester City (Sunday May 17th, 1:30pm), Manchester United versus Arsenal (Sunday May 17th, 4pm), West Bromwich Albion versus Chelsea (Monday, May 18th at 8pm) and Arsenal versus Sunderland (Wednesday May 20th, 7:45pm).

Sky will be the only broadcaster to show live matches on the final day of the season – Sunday, May 24th. It's yet to decide which three games it will show.

Saturday May 30th – six days after the end of the Premier League – sees the FA Cup Final take place live on BT Sport.

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