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Sunday Football live blog



Welcome to our coverage of today’s matches. The lineup includes the final matches of the 2012/2013 Barclays Premier League season.

Barclays Premier League live scores

For all broadcast details, click here. To watch some of the matches via live streaming click here.

Champions League spots are on the line with the trio of Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all in the mix for the two remaining spots. To achieve that feat Chelsea need just a point against Everton, Arsenal need a win against Newcastle and Spurs are also chasing a win against Sunderland.

The Premier League have made arrangements for a third-place playoff between Chelsea and Arsenal to take place at Aston Villa's ground on May 26 should today’s results leave the two clubs level in the table. For a playoff to be required, the two clubs must finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored.

We will combine live updates, comments and your tweets in this blog around the matches.

Follow the action right here and use #SSFootball as well as #SSDiski to leave your comments on Twitter. We'll pull the best of them into our coverage below.



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