Premier League 2023-24 – Final Day Matches Tips, TV and Betting Preview

The final day of the Premier League season has arrived and on Sunday we will find out who the champions of England will be when two sides go into battle looking to secure top spot on what is all teed up to be a dramatic day of action.

As well as the title, there are European spots to be secured as well on a day where we have four live matches on TV to enjoy but where updates are likely to come thick and fast on what should be an entertaining conclusion to the campaign.

Sunday’s fixtures are as follows: (All 4pm BST; UK TV in brackets)

Arsenal  v Everton (TNT Sports 1)

Brentford v Newcastle United

Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester United

Burnley v Nottingham Forest

Chelsea v Bournemouth  (Sky Sports Football)

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sky Premier League)

Luton Town v Fulham

Manchester City v West Ham United (Sky Main Event)

Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur

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Big Matches

All eyes will be on the Etihad Stadium where Manchester City go in search of a fourth Premier League title in succession. They host West Ham United knowing that if they win the game they will have successfully defended the title. Should they slip up though they will open the door to Arsenal to come and claim their first title under Mikel Arteta. The final European place is also on the line on Sunday with Chelsea in control of their own destiny. They host Bournemouth knowing that if they avoid defeat they will be playing European football next season. Were they to lose then Newcastle United could sneak in should they win away to Brentford.

Best of the Rest

It will be an emotional afternoon at Anfield as Liverpool say goodbye to Jurgen Klopp. Wolverhampton Wanderers are the team who will feel like uninvited guests at the party. The bottom three are pretty much set in stone now so Sheffield United, Burnley and Luton Town will be playing their final Premier League matches for now. They host Tottenham Hotspur, Nottingham Forest and Fulham respectively. Roberto de Zerbi will be taking charge of his final match as Brighton and Hove Albion manager. They host a Manchester United side who will have one eye on the FA Cup final next weekend.


I’ll finish the season with just two bets with the first of those coming in the form of Crystal Palace to beat Aston Villa. Palace are finishing the season brilliantly under Oliver Glasner and the fact that he is still relatively new to the post makes me think there will be no drop off from the Eagles. Aston Villa have already secured Champions League football next season but the campaign looks to have caught up with them. They haven’t won in five in the Premier League and are starting to leak goals which isn’t great when they are taking on one of the most in form front threes in the country in this game. Palace aren’t just scoring plenty of goals, they are keeping them out in the main as well. The other thing to add into the pot is Aston Villa looked like they were heavily celebrating their Champions League qualification in midweek so this looks like a good spot for a Palace win.

I wasn’t going to get involved in the match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Manchester United but then the news came that Roberto de Zerbi was leaving the Seagulls and that has swayed me to thinking that Brighton will send him off in style. The Italian is clearly ambitious and will want to show suitors once more what his side can do and Manchester United could be ideal dance partners. Brighton have won the last five meetings against the Red Devils and you’ve got to think the visitors will start to have an eye on the cup final next weekend, especially if they hear that Newcastle are leading at Brentford. Man Utd did get a win against Newcastle in midweek but they lost the xG battle in that game quite convincingly. If Brighton are clinical in front of goal here I think they end their season in style and given that there is some draw cover on show I’ll take the home side in this one.


Back Crystal Palace to beat Aston Villa for a 3/10 stake at 1.83 with Coral

Back Brighton and Hove Albion (-0.25AH) to beat Manchester United for a 3/10 stake at 1.95 with Bet365