Chelsea currently top the table by six points, and with a game in hand. They travel to Arsenal on Sunday 26 April, another fixture to be shown on Sky.
The matches broadcast on Sky Sports and BT Sport have been confirmed in the first three matchweeks of May, up until the final day of the season, on 24 May, when all matches will kick off at the same time.
Sky Sports Premier League fixtures in May:
Manchester United vs West Bromwich Albion (Sat 2 May, 5:30pm)
Chelsea vs Crystal Palace (Sun 3 May, 1:30pm)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City (Sun 3 May, 4pm)
Hull City vs Arsenal (Mon 4 May, 8pm)
Crystal Palace vs Manchester United (Sat 9 May, 5:30pm)
Manchester City vs Queens Park Rangers (Sun 10 May, 1:30pm)
Chelsea vs Liverpool (Sun 10 May, 4pm)
Arsenal vs Swansea City (Mon 11 May,8pm)
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (Sat 16 May, 5:30pm)
Swansea City vs Manchester City (Sun 17 May, 1:30pm)
Manchester United vs Arsenal (Sun 17 May, 4pm)
West Bromwich Albion vs Chelsea (Mon 18 May, 8pm)
Arsenal vs Sunderland (Wed 20 May, 7:45pm)
Chelsea's best XI of the season so far
Chelsea's best XI of the season so far
1/11 Petr Cech - 6.83
The only real surprise in the Chelsea team, the deposed No 1 has benefited from only playing five matches in the Premier League compared to Thibaut Courtois, who has played 25. Courtois is only 0.01 behind Cech, so we're splitting hairs. Cech has kept a clean sheet in every game, however.
2/11 Branislav Ivanovic - 7.35
The powerful Serbian has arguably proved himself as the best right-back in the country this season. He's a threat when going forward and a superb defender, although he has looked tired and sluggish in recent weeks.
3/11 Gary Cahill - 6.94
The England vice-captain edges slightly in front of young centre-back Kurt Zouma who has also impressed. Cahill's form has been up and down this season but he has been better in recent weeks.
4/11 John Terry - 7.04
John Terry has played every minute of every Premier League game this season. You won't find a better centre-back in the division.
5/11 Cesar Azpilicueta - 7.23
Has been shaky recently but has had a great year playing on the left, despite being right-footed. Has seen off the challenge of £16m Filipe Luis, who wants to return to Spain.
6/11 Cesc Fabregas - 7.73
Took the Premier League by storm at the start of the season but has really slowed down in the last couple of months. Got an assist against Hull but that was his first since January. The third highest rated player in the Premier League, according to WhoScored.
7/11 Nemanja Matic - 7.51
Has formed a dominant partnership with Cesc Fabregas that has been one of the major differences between this season and last. A brilliant shield for the defence and fantastic on the ball.
8/11 Willian - 7.00
Works extremely hard and a valuable outlet for Chelsea on the counter. But he doesn't quite provide enough threat in the final third and has just four goals and five assists all season. Juan Cuadrado was bought in January for big money but is yet to make an impact in England.
9/11 Oscar - 7.31
Another who has suffered with poor form recently, he hasn't scored for Chelsea since 17 January, a run of 11 matches. Needs to find some form in the closing stages of the season, although the Blues lack suitable replacements.
10/11 Eden Hazard - 8.02
The highest rated player in the Premier League according to WhoScored, Hazard has enjoyed another brilliant season as Chelsea's main attacking threat. Despite often facing two markers and being the most fouled player in the division he is still Chelsea's best performer
11/11 Diego Costa - 7.60
The Premier League's tormentor-in-chief is just about clinging on at the top of the goalscoring charts, with two in his last two after a long (for him) dry spell. Loic Remy and Didier Drogba have proved useful in parts for Chelsea but Costa is top dog - the Blues will be hoping the injury he picked up against Hull was none too serious.
BT Sports Premier League fixtures in May:
Leicester City vs Newcastle United (Sat 2 May, 12:45pm)
Everton vs Sunderland (Sat 9 May, 12:45pm)
Southampton vs Aston Villa (Sat 16 May, 12.45pm)