Sky confirms May games

Sky Sports will show four games from Round 37 of the Premier League that could have a huge bearing on the title race, as well as who gets relegated.

Last Updated: 04/04/14 at 18:19

In the penultimate round of fixtures, Sky Sports will bring you live coverage of Everton v Manchester City at Goodison Park on Saturday, May 3.

City will want to keep the pressure on the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal but Everton will also be hoping to keep their top-four push going.

Arsenal host West Brom on the first Super Sunday game on May 4, in a clash between title hopefuls and relegation contenders.

That match is followed by Chelsea versus Norwich, while Monday Night Football's offering sees Crystal Palace, aiming to avoid an immediate return to the Championship, entertain free-scoring Liverpool.

The Premier League title could be decided and so could the bottom three, so make sure you don't miss a glittering set of games!

May's live fixtures on Sky Sports

Everton v Man City , Saturday 3 May, 5.30pm

Arsenal v WBA , Sunday 4 May, 1.30pm

Chelsea v Norwich, Sunday 4 May, 4.00pm

Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Monday 5 May, 8.00pm

The Barclays Premier League is part of an unrivalled schedule of sport on Sky Sports which in March and April includes the UEFA Champions League, ICC World Twenty20, the Masters, Heineken Cup rugby, ATP Tennis and Formula 1 season.

All of Sky Sports' live matches will be available to watch in HD, on demand and on the go through Sky Go, the leading sports mobile TV service in the UK. Selected matches will also be shown in 3D.

To support the live match experience, Sky Sports customers can also benefit from the innovative Sky Sports smartphone and iPad apps, which offer additional viewing options and analysis.

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