Final Premier League TV picks for May: Man Utd, Leeds and Sheffield United all feature on the final day of the season

We'll bring you action from both ends of the table as the curtain comes down on the Premier League season on BT Sport.

Published: 20 May 2021 - 1.07pm

BT Sport have made their final Premier League picks of the season - with Manchester United, Wolves, Leeds United, West Brom, Sheffield United and Burnley all in action.

With all three games kicking off at the same time this Sunday at 4pm, take your pick across a feast of football this weekend.

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On BT Sport 1 HD and Ultimate, we'll bring you coverage from Molineux as Wolves welcome Manchester United to the Midlands.

It's been a tough season for Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves, who find themselves in unfamiliar territory at the end of a Premier League campaign occupying the bottom half of the table.

Performances have not been up to scratch for a long while and, although injuries have not been kind to them, Santo will know that is no excuse to surrender points in the manner they have done of late.

Wolves v Man Utd

Date

Sunday 23 May

Time (Kick off)

3pm (KO 4pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Leeds v West Brom

Date

Sunday 23 May

Time (Kick off)

3.45pm (KO 4pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Sheff Utd v Burnley

Date

Sunday 23 May

Time (Kick off)

3.45pm (KO 4pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 3 HD

Fixture

Date

Time (Kick off)

TV channel

Wolves v Man Utd

Sunday 23 May

3pm (KO 4pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Leeds v West Brom

Sunday 23 May

3.45pm (KO 4pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Sheff Utd v Burnley

Sunday 23 May

3.45pm (KO 4pm)

BT Sport 3 HD

A win against United would be an important statement heading into a vital summer in the transfer market - but it won't come easy against a team keen to rediscover some momentum ahead of the Europa League final.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's boys are winless in three league games after the midweek 1-1 draw against relegated Fulham, but the form of veteran marksman Edinson Cavani has been a highlight in recent weeks.

The Uruguayan scored his 17th of the season in all competitions, with a spectacular lob from distance, on Wednesday night and will be relishing the prospect of facing a Wolves side struggling defensively this year.

Alternatively you can watch Leeds United welcome relegated West Brom in what promises to be a carnival atmosphere at Elland Road.

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It'll be the first time fans have been permitted back at their iconic home since the team rejoined the Premier League and Marcelo Bielsa's side should expect nothing less than a hero's welcome when they grace the pitch.

One of the league's most entertaining teams, Leeds secured a top-half finish with their win over Southampton last time out and could even leapfrog Arsenal if results go their way this weekend.

West Brom, meanwhile, wave goodbye to both the Premier League and manager Sam Allardyce with the former England boss confirming his decision to step down at the end of the current campaign.

Can the Baggies send Big Sam away with a smile?

Our third option, sees Sheffield United bow out of the Premier League as they take on Burnley.

It's not been the year that many Blades fans envisaged but with fans back at Bramall Lane for this one, the home faithful will be keen to give their side a raucous reception as they look to enter the summer with a priceless win.

Burnley, meanwhile, could move as high as 15th in the table with a victory of their own and Sean Dyche will no doubt be hoping to sign off another solid season with three points.