Premier League final day TV fixtures: Watch every game on BT TV

BT TV customers with BT Sport and NOW TV can watch every single Premier League game on the final day – including BT Sport’s two exclusive offerings – West Ham v Aston Villa and Newcastle v Liverpool.

Published: 4 September 2020 - 3.23pm

Newcastle, Liverpool, West Ham and Aston Villa are all in action on BT Sport on the final day

Newcastle v Liverpool and West Ham v Aston Villa will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport on the final day of the Premier League season.

And don’t forget, BT TV customers with BT Sport and NOW TV can watch every single game on the last day as the battle for Europe and the race to avoid the drop reaches a dramatic conclusion.

Having finally ended 30 years of hurt and lifting the Premier League trophy on Wednesday, after overcoming Chelsea in an eight-goal thriller at Anfield, champions Liverpool are looking to end an historic season with a win at Newcastle.

Jurgen Klopp’s side haven’t been at their scintillating best since the restart however and with the Magpies having done enough to preserve their top flight status for another season, they go looking for a first win in five and to round off the campaign in style.

BT Sport are also broadcasting West Ham v Aston Villa on the final day, a match with huge implications at the bottom of the table.

Dean Smith’s side gave their hopes of survival a massive boost with an unlikely win over a resurgent Arsenal on Tuesday - jumping out of the bottom three.

Villa now occupy 17th place and are in pole position to avoid relegation on what is set to be a nail-biting afternoon on Sunday.

However, should results go against them, both Bournemouth and Watford could leapfrog the Villains and condemn them to an immediate return to the Championship.

West Ham were in real danger of being dragged into the relegation scrap when the season resumed in June, but David Moyes has steered the Irons away from danger overseeing a timely upturn in form.

West Ham v Aston Villa

Date (KO time)

3pm, Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

BT Sport 1HD, BT Sport Ultimate, BT Sport app & BTSport.com

Newcastle v Liverpool

Date (KO time)

3.30pm, Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

BT Sport 2HD, BT Sport app & BTSport.com

Arsenal v Watford

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 421

Burnley v Brighton

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 427

Chelsea v Wolves

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 422

Crystal Palace v Tottenham

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 426

Everton v Bournemouth

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 424

Leicester v Man United

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 420

Man City v Norwich

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channels 11 & 335

Southampton v Sheffield United

Date (KO time)

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

Where to watch

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 429

Fixture

Date (KO time)

Where to watch

West Ham v Aston Villa

3pm, Sunday 26 July (4pm)

BT Sport 1HD, BT Sport Ultimate, BT Sport app & BTSport.com

Newcastle v Liverpool

3.30pm, Sunday 26 July (4pm)

BT Sport 2HD, BT Sport app & BTSport.com

Arsenal v Watford

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 421

Burnley v Brighton

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 427

Chelsea v Wolves

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 422

Crystal Palace v Tottenham

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 426

Everton v Bournemouth

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 424

Leicester v Man United

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 420

Man City v Norwich

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channels 11 & 335

Southampton v Sheffield United

Sunday 26 July (4pm)

NOW TV app & NOWTV.com via BT TV, BT TV channel 429

BT Sport is working with the makers of FIFA - EA Sports - to provide a sophisticated, simulated fan noise to best replicate the Premier League's famous atmosphere.

Viewers also have the option of watching the action without our pre-recorded dynamic crowd noise feature by using the red button on TV or selecting the relevant BT Sport Extra channel on the BT Sport app or online.

We have also launched ‘Watch Together’, an exciting new social innovation, allowing customers using the BT Sport app on mobile or tablet to watch, see and chat with friends in a split screen, while the match is being played. 

We will also continue to make the majority of games available using the latest broadcast technology, offering the best pictures and sound available in 4K HDR with Dolby Atmos and in 360° on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet.

We will use our industry-leading remote production capabilities to minimise the number of people that will be at a ground or the studio, with presenters at the BT Sport Studio, and some guests and the majority of crew working remotely or from home.

In addition to TV, all matches will be broadcast on the BT Sport app for mobile and tablet, as well as on Xbox, PlayStation, NOWTV, Samsung TV and Apple TV.

Premier League games on BT.com/sport and the BT Sport app on mobiles and tablets are available via the revolutionary enhanced video player, putting you in complete control of how and what you watch!

So what are you waiting for?

Sign up for BT Sport today to watch the best of the Premier League final day action, as well as every Champions League and Europa League match this August.

And for even more flexibility, check out BT Sport’s Monthly Pass options to choose the  package to suit you.