Latest Premier League TV picks for May: Man City, Tottenham and Arsenal all feature in huge clashes on BT Sport

We'll bring you action from both ends of the table as the Premier League season continues to draw to a dramatic conclusion in the final month of the season.

Published: 5 May 2021 - 5.39pm

BT Sport have made their latest Premier League picks for the final month of the season - with Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United all in action.

With another seven games in 11 days, we have you covered as we reach the home straight of the 2020/21 campaign with plenty still to play for.

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Tottenham, without the stewardship of Jose Mourinho, visit Elland Road for the first time in the Premier League since 2004, while West Brom's crucial clash against Arsenal will also be live on BT Sport in a huge match for the relegation-threatened Baggies.

We've also got three cracking games from Matchday 36 lined up for you, beginning with Man Utd versus Leicester in a sizzling encounter between two of the best league's most exciting teams.

Following that, Marcelo Bielsa will tick off a visit to Turf Moor as part of his Premier League football education when his Leeds team take on Burnley in an intriguing clash of styles.

Relegated Sheffield United then travel to Everton in what could be a huge game for the Toffees on their late charge for European football.

And in our last two offerings in May, Man City travel to the south coast to take on Brighton and Crystal Palace entertain Arsenal in a London derby at Selhurst Park.  

Leeds v Tottenham

Date

Saturday 8 May

Time (Kick off)

11.30am (KO 12.30pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Arsenal v West Brom

Date

Sunday 9 May

Time (Kick off)

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Man Utd v Leicester

Date

Tuesday 11 May

Time (Kick off)

5.30pm (KO 6pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Burnley v Leeds

Date

Sunday 15 May

Time (Kick off)

11.30am (KO 12.30pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Everton v Sheff Utd

Date

Sunday 16 May

Time (Kick off)

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton v Man City

Date

Tuesday 18 May

Time (Kick off)

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Date

Wednesday 19 May

Time (Kick off)

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

TV channel

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Fixture

Date

Time (Kick off)

TV channel

Leeds v Tottenham

Saturday 8 May

11.30am (KO 12.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Arsenal v West Brom

Sunday 9 May

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Man Utd v Leicester

Tuesday 11 May

5.30pm (KO 6pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Burnley v Leeds

Sunday 15 May

11.30am (KO 12.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Everton v Sheff Utd

Sunday 16 May

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Brighton v Man City

Tuesday 18 May

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Wednesday 19 May

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate

First up, Tottenham head to Elland Road to take on Leeds having eased to a 3-0 win in January's reverse fixture.

Marcelo Bielsa's side have demonstrated they can do it against the big boys however, with their stunning 2-1 win at champions-elect Man City the crowning glory.

Then, on the evening of Sunday 9 May, Arsenal play host to West Brom.

The Gunners thrashed Sam Allardyce's side 4-0 at The Hawthorns in January and West Brom can ill-afford a repeat result as they desperately bid to avoid an immediate return to the Championship.

Allardyce, without a relegation to his CV, would enjoy nothing more than getting one over Arsenal and The Baggies will be full of belief having thrashed Chelsea 5-2 on their last visit to the capital.

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We'll also have three more games across Matchday 36, beginning with a midweek cracker between Manchester United and Leicester on Tuesday 11 May.

Brendan Rodgers' Foxes have defied expectation all season long - all while battling one a torrid year of injuries to many of their star performers - and look worthy of a place in the top four.

In doing so, it would mark their first return to the Champions League since 2016, the season after their historic league victory.

Solskjaer's United meanwhile will be keen for a win that would surely put the seal on their claim as the second-best team in the land - a title not to be sniffed at in the shadow of Pep Guardiola's dominant City.

Following that, in the first of a weekend double-header, we'll have exclusive coverage of Marcelo Bielsa's first visit to Turf Moor since Leeds' promotion in what promises to be a fascinating affair against Burnley.

Sean Dyche's Clarets look to have secured their Premier League status for a fifth season with their physically-imposing brand of football, while Leeds have taken the league by storm with mesmerising intensity and attacking excitement.

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And rounding off our coverage of Matchday 36, Everton welcome Sheffield United to Goodison Park hoping to remain in contention for European qualification in the final run-in.

Carlo Ancelotti's side have been on a patchy run of form but will view Paul Heckingbottom's Blades as the perfect opponent to regain some winning momentum.

The visitors, meanwhile, are playing for pride after their relegation was confirmed some weeks ago - but interim boss Heckingbottom knows a permanent role could be the prize for some impressive performances between now and then end of the season.

We have yet more top-flight action on Tuesday 18 May when champions-elect and Champions League finalists Man City make the trip south to take on Brighton.

The next day, we have an intriguing London derby between European hopefuls Arsenal and middling Crystal Palace.