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Crunch title clashes to be shown on Sky Sports

By James Pearson.   Last Updated: 11/05/08 9:06am

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Title to be decided on Sunday

Title to be decided on Sunday

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Sky has confirmed the race for the Premier League title will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 this Sunday.

PREMIER LEAGUE FINALE Wigan v Man Utd Sky Sports 1 from 2pm

Chelsea v Bolton Sky Sports 2

Birmingham v Blackburn Red button on Sky Sports 1

Coverage of all three games begins at 2pm on Sky Sports 1.

All games kick off at 3pm.

"It's a terrific end to a superb season."
Vic Wakeling Quotes of the week

With Manchester United and Chelsea locked on 84 points at the summit of the Premier League table there is only one place to see all the action unfold on what promises to be a thrilling final day of the season.

The Red Devils' short trip to Wigan's JJB stadium can be seen live on Sky Sports 1 while Chelsea's clash against Bolton can be found on Sky Sports 2.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side are in pole position going into the final day of the campaign due to their superior goal difference, although back in 1995 they failed to beat West Ham allowing Blackburn to take the title.


The drama at the foot of the table will also be at your fingertips with Birmingham City's must-win encounter with Blackburn available via the red button on Sky Sports 1.

Blues are currently second from bottom in the table and need to overcome Mark Hughes' high-flying Rovers to stand any chance of edging out Reading and Fulham.

Commenting on the finale of Sky Sports' Barclays Premier League season, Sky Sports' managing director Vic Wakeling said: "It's a terrific end to a superb season and we are delighted to be able to cover three games of such importance in our 16th season of Premier League coverage.

"When the final whistle blows on Sunday, we shall have covered a record 92 live matches, and after what we've seen so far we are all expecting an outstanding day."

You can also keep up to date with the other seven Premier League games with Soccer Special on Sky Sports News from 2pm on Sunday, and right here on

We'll provide live text commentary on all ten matches plus live pictures from around the grounds, player ratings and all the best post-match reaction.

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