Watch a thrilling Premier League climax live on Sky Sports this spring

Last Updated: 14/04/14 4:46pm

Four more wins will secure the Reds their first title since 1990

The Premier League season is drawing closer to a thrilling climax, and Sky Sports will be showing you the pick of the action from the run-in.

After their dramatic 3-2 win over Manchester City, Liverpool know they need four more wins to guarantee their first Premier League trophy, and the Reds face Chelsea at Anfield on April 27 in what could prove to be the title-deciding match at the business end of a fascinating season.

There are plenty of points to be won and lost before that, though, as Brendan Rodgers' men travel to Carrow Road on April 20 to take on struggling Norwich City as part of a triple-header Super Sunday.

In the day's other live fixtures, Everton will be looking to maintain their bid for fourth when they take on Manchester United while Arsenal face their FA Cup final opponents Hull City.

Sky Sports will be following the Gunners closely in their quest for Champions League football, and before their visit to the KC Stadium they take on Sam Allardyce's West Ham at the Emirates Stadium on April 15.

Chelsea, meanwhile, will hope to keep their title charge afloat before the huge match at Anfield, as Saturday Night Football on April 19 sees Jose Mourinho's men host bottom club Sunderland.

The Black Cats are just one of several clubs facing a monumental battle to stay in the top flight, and there is plenty of action from both ends of the table in the run-in, with West Brom travelling to Manchester City on April 21 and Norwich looking for a vital result at Manchester United on April 26.

We've also got Arsenal v Newcastle United on April 28 before another six massive games in May which feature all of the top five.

All roads lead to April 27, though, and Sunderland take on Cardiff City in a crucial relegation six-pointer as part of yet another Super Sunday treble.

Crystal Palace will hope to continue their push towards Premier League survival - and upset Manchester City's title bid - when they host Manuel Pellegrini's side at Selhurst Park later that day.

But all eyes will be on Anfield before that, with Liverpool v Chelsea at 2pm in what promises to be a fascinating encounter in one of the most dramatic Premier League seasons ever.