The final day of the season and all 10 Premier League games kick off at 4:00 pm BST but you only get a choice to watch just three of them on Sky Sports if you live in the UK:

Sunday 22 May 2022

16:00 Arsenal v Everton
16:00 Brentford v Leeds Utd – Sky Football & Showcase
16:00 Brighton v West Ham Utd
16:00 Burnley v Newcastle Utd
16:00 Chelsea v Watford
16:00 Crystal Palace v Man Utd
16:00 Leicester City v Southampton
16:00 Liverpool v Wolves – Sky Premier League
16:00 Manchester City v Aston Villa – Sky Main Event & Ultra HD
16:00 Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur


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David Currie
1 Posted 22/05/2022 at 00:06:46
I will be watching our game at Arsenal very, very relaxed.
Mike Hughes
2 Posted 22/05/2022 at 00:49:08
1-3 Everton
We finish above Southampton
4-0 RS - Wolves
2-1 City (96th minute penalty winner)
Leeds relegated.
Burnley drop financial case against EFC.

Post-match phone-in - priceless.

BBC blackout.

Real Madrid 1 RS 0 (96th minute VVD own goal).
Klopp in meltdown.
Requires new teeth.

You heard it here first.


Allen Rodgers
3 Posted 22/05/2022 at 13:08:15
The Echo reporting the RS players were disturbed by fireworks at the Titanic last night. I find it incredible that a home team need a hotel stay the night before a 4pm ko. Maybe they wanted a sneaky look at BMD !
James Hughes
4 Posted 22/05/2022 at 13:14:34
Allen, that was just their fans from Oslo, they got their days mixed up
Peter Carpenter
5 Posted 22/05/2022 at 13:16:58
They though it was the Wolves team staying there.
Will Mabon
6 Posted 22/05/2022 at 13:18:16
Allen, shouldn't laugh, but...!

I hope EVERY firework was the brightest blue. Take that as the equalizer for the fire at the Liver Building.

Will Mabon
7 Posted 22/05/2022 at 13:19:50
Peter, if that's so, what a let-down.
Michael Lynch
8 Posted 22/05/2022 at 16:57:36
I’ll never forget Thursday night at Goodison, but I’m going to delete everything else about this season from my memory. Especially if, as seems inevitable, the RS snatch the PL title on the last day.

Roll on August 6th. Surely next season has to be better?

Danny O’Neill
9 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:04:06
I'll talk about ours tomorrow.

Elsewhere there is a God and City do an Everton!

Now over to Blue Carlo.

Tony Abrahams
10 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:10:10
I’m glad I never knew Danny, I’ve just sat in my house watching Leeds, waiting for some red who’s never been to Anfield, to run into the street cheering, then I thought it’s too quiet, they might all be watching it on the telly, it’s what most local Liverpudlians do best, but then I plucked up the courage and turned over, to see the City fans sitting on the crossbar, singing super Jack🙏
Joe McMahon
11 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:20:41
I'm not beating him up, but hopefully now the new management can seen after 1 goal 5 years ago v Man City, Tom Davies has to be moved on, with several others.

I'm not being sarcastic here, but did Calvert-Lewin impressed the team he wants to join? I don't have Sky anymore.

Barry Hesketh
12 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:23:29
Tony @9
I started off watching Brentford, saw the scores coming through as they happened, Wolves leading 1-0 great, Wolves concede not so great, got bored with the Brentford game, switched to watch City, they looked awful and to my horror conceded, went back to watching Brentford, flashes up 2-0 to Villa courtesy of Coutinho, thought OMG and just waited for the invevitable win for the other lot, waited and waited, scoreline flashes up 1-2 City and almost immediately without knowing they had equalised, 3-2 City and then the other lot leading. no idea what was going on as Sky stayed at Brentford for Leeds celebrating, so I switched to City in hope it had finished 3-2 and indeed it had. No way could I have stomached Everton having to get something from the Emirates or waiting for Burnley/Leeds to falter.

Tony Abrahams
13 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:34:08
Definitely agree with that Barry. Watching the Leeds fans going through every emotion was bad enough, because I’m still not over Thursday night, which is when I suppose the season finished for Everton, thankfully.

I think our fans need to strike whilst the iron is hot, and let Moshiri know, that we don’t want an absent owner, but hopefully things are already going on behind the scenes, with regards new owners, because we don’t want to be going through this again, although I think we will, if this appalling mismanagement continues.

Danny O’Neill
14 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:36:37
For me there's another angle Tony. Gundogan being the game changer.

First and foremost I rate him as a great player. But also, Gundogan is a Gelsenkirchen boy. He only spent a short time at the Knappenschmiede (Schalke Academy) unfortunately, but he'd have been a Königsblau (Royal Blue) at heart.

And I'd have been surrounded by "them" here tonight as well.

Schalke win Bundesliga 2 and promotion. Liverpool "slip up" on the final day and most importantly we survive in the most emotional and incredible circumstances. What a week or so that's been.

Tony Abrahams
15 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:42:10
My angle has got to be that those bent bastards have cost Liverpool the league Danny, when they were really just trying to punish Everton. There is many a true word said in jest, so thank god we can smile about it tonight!
Barry Hesketh
16 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:49:59
Tony @15
It turned out to be the best decision of the season, however, the really concerning thing about the Premier League as a whole is the shape of that top six - even the top eight including Leicester and West Ham - it seems like a relatively permanent state of affairs, with perhaps only Newcastle's new found wealth giving them a chance of breaking the cartel, which also means that Everton will likely be mid-table at best next season.

Finn Taylor
17 Posted 22/05/2022 at 18:57:47
Barry @16 - I will take mid-table before we move to Bramley Moore... anything is better than this season!
Jerome Shields
18 Posted 24/05/2022 at 07:39:44
Congratulations to Marco Silva in winning the Championship. He was always a good Manager, but not experienced enough to deal with the Everton shit show above him. I expect Fulham to do well in the Premier League. Already the squad is being reinforced. He will be a lot more experienced now. Though it is now doubtful if experience would make a difference at Everton. At least the Everton compensation, which he deserved for his long working hours, will have secured his family finances.
Jamie Crowley
19 Posted 25/05/2022 at 22:01:01
Wasn't sure where to post this.

Was working and put on the Euro Conference League final on while I worked.

For those of you thinking that competition is Euro-Mickey Mouse, tell that to the Roma players, Mourinho, and the Roma fans.

First trophy in 27 years I think I heard, and they went wild.

Europe has to be back on the menu for Everton in the next couple of seasons.


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