Premier League final day 2023: How to watch in the US
The Premier League season is almost at an end, with Manchester City already crowned champions ahead of Sunday's final round of fixtures.
At the other end of the table, the final two relegation places are still to be confirmed with Everton, Leicester City and Leeds United all fighting to stay up. Two of those teams will join already-relegated Southampton in the Championship next season.
Newcastle have qualified for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years after earning a point against Leicester on Monday. They join Manchester City and Arsenal in Europe's premier club competition with Manchester United favourites to join them, ahead of Liverpool.
The latter are assured a place in the Europa League with United needing just one point from two home matches against Chelsea on Thursday and Fulham on the final day to qualify for the Champions League.
Two teams already in the Premier League's top five, City or United, will win the FA Cup so the second Europa League place will go to the team in sixth, which is practically certain to be Brighton.
When is the final day of the Premier League?
The final day of the Premier League season is Sunday 28 May with all 10 games kicking off at the same time.
All of the final day matches will kick-off at 4.30pm UK time. For those watching in the US, that means 11.30am ET, 8.30am PT and 10.30am CT.
How to watch the Premier League on US TV
Every match is available to watch NBC Sports' various platforms, while the following matches will be available on cable television:
Everton vs Bournemouth (USA Network)
Leeds United vs Tottenham (CNBC)
Leicester City vs West Ham (SYFY)
Manchester United vs Fulham (Bravo)
The six other games will be available on NBC's streaming service Peacock which requires a premium subscription.
Remaining Premier League fixtures 2022/23
Arsenal vs Wolves
Aston Villa vs Brighton
Brentford vs Man City
Chelsea vs Newcastle United
Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest
Everton vs Bournemouth
Leeds United vs Tottenham
Leicester vs West Ham
Manchester United vs Fulham
Southampton vs Liverpool
Which Premier League teams are touring the US in the summer?
From July 22-30, six clubs will compete in the first Premier League Summer Series. Five East Coast States will play host to nine matches, as Aston Villa, Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Chelsea, Fulham and Newcastle United head Stateside.
Arsenal and Manchester United are also heading to the US this summer, including playing each other at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on July 22.
Crystal Palace undertake their first US summer tour since 2016, taking on Millonarios and Sevilla on July 26 and 30 respectively.
Who are Wrexham playing in the US this summer?
For the first time in their history,Wrexham AFC will travel to the US for a pre-season tour. Owned by Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, and thrust into the limelight by the Welcome to Wrexham documentary series, the Welsh side will take on Chelsea (July 19) and Manchester United (July 26) as part of their tour. It comes following their recent promotion back to the Football League after a 15-year exile.