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The destiny of this season's Premier League title will be decided LIVE on Sky Sports this Sunday.

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Race for the Title: the Premier League race will be decided live on Sky Sports

Race for the Title: the Premier League race will be decided live on Sky Sports

Manchester City effectively need just a point at home to West Ham to secure their second title in three seasons and you can see the Etihad showdown live on Sky Sports 1 from 2pm.

Liverpool still have a chance of ending their 24-year wait for a league title and will be waiting to pounce if City slip up. They host Newcastle at Anfield and the game is live on Sky Sports 2 from 2.55pm.

And that's not all. We're also bringing you a THIRD live Premier League game on Sky Sports 3 as Tottenham host Aston Villa looking to secure a place in the Europa League next season.

Over on Sky Sports News, Jeff Stelling and the gang will be live from midday with a Gillette Soccer Special, bringing you goal news and updates from the 10 Premier League games on the final day of the season.

From 8.30pm on Sky Sports 1 we'll bring you Game of the Day - a full rerun of the best match of the afternoon.

And from 10.30pm you can press the red button and enjoy extended highlights of all 10 of Sunday's Premier League matches on Match Choice on Sky Sports 1.

It's part of a bumper day of live football on Sky Sports, which also includes two live games in the Football League Play-Offs, three live games in La Liga and the Scottish Premiership game between Celtic and Dundee United.

And you can kick off your day in style with a two-part Goals on Sunday and the Sunday Supplement live from the Etihad Stadium on Sunday morning.

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And don't forget you can stay up to date with everything that happens with our unbeatable coverage on skysports.com, on the Score Centre and on our mobile and iPad apps - plus Sky Sports News Radio will have updates throughout the day.

Make sure Sky Sports is your destination of choice this Sunday as the Premier League season draws to a thrilling climax.

Click here to see all of the live football coming up on Sky Sports

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