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Premier League, hurling, golf and a GP! Ultimate TV guide to unmissable Sunday of sport

Extra.ie logo Extra.ie 22/05/2022 Barry Arnold

A sumptuous Sunday of sport is in store, as the Premier League season hits its dramatic climax — but that’s just the start.

Manchester City and Liverpool are separated by the slimmest of margins going into the final day, but there’s plenty more to get excited about across the sporting schedule over the next 18 hours.

Get your screens at the ready, you’re going to need as many as you can get your hands on, here’s your ultimate guide for a Sunday of sport to savour.

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are separated by just a single point going into the Premier League’s finale on a superb Sunday of sport. Pic: Dave Shopland/REX/Shutterstock © Provided by Extra.ie Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are separated by just a single point going into the Premier League’s finale on a superb Sunday of sport. Pic: Dave Shopland/REX/Shutterstock

Should you wish, you can get things underway early as the French Open begins on Eurosport from 9.30am, while there will be live horse racing from the Curragh on RTE1 from 1.40pm.

The Pirelli Spanish Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports, with coverage starting at 12.30pm, before the race begins at 2pm.

Pirelli Spanish Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports on Sunday, the perfect warm-up for the Premier League. Pic: Mark Thompson/Getty Images © Provided by Extra.ie Pirelli Spanish Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports on Sunday, the perfect warm-up for the Premier League. Pic: Mark Thompson/Getty Images

Attention will then turn to the Premier League’s final day with all 10 matches kicking off at the same time of 4pm to close the season.

Sky Sports Main Event will be showing Manchester City’s clash with Aston Villa, as Steven Gerrard hopes to send the title to his former club.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Liverpool at Villa Park on May 10, 2022 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Pic: Visionhaus/Getty Images © Provided by Extra.ie Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard during the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Liverpool at Villa Park on May 10, 2022 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Pic: Visionhaus/Getty Images

Sky Sports Premier League will be showing title-chasers Liverpool in action against Wolves, with coverage for both games getting underway at 2.30pm. Burnley’s relegation scrap with Newcastle United will also be live on Premier Sports.

Should the Premier League title race’s conclusion give you a thirst for more, you can do it all over again by turning your attention to Italy.

Players of AC Milan celebrate the victory at the end of at the end of the Serie A football match between AC Milan and Atalanta BC. AC Milan won 2-0 over Atalanta BC. Pic: Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images © Provided by Extra.ie Players of AC Milan celebrate the victory at the end of at the end of the Serie A football match between AC Milan and Atalanta BC. AC Milan won 2-0 over Atalanta BC. Pic: Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images

AC Milan are two points clear of arch rivals Inter going into the final day, and both will be in action on BT Sport, with AC Milan’s trip to Sassualo and Inter’s clash with Sampdoria both kicking off at 5pm.

For GAA fans, all eyes will be on the Munster Championship at 4pm, as two of hurling’s heavyweights will see their seasons ended early.

Cork can avenge their Allianz Hurling League final defeat to Waterford by dumping the Deise out of the Championship on a sumptuous Sunday of live sport. Pic: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile © Provided by Extra.ie Cork can avenge their Allianz Hurling League final defeat to Waterford by dumping the Deise out of the Championship on a sumptuous Sunday of live sport. Pic: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Cork take on Tipperary on RTE One, while Waterford take on Clare on RTE Two, with coverage getting underway on the latter at 3.15pm. A win for the Rebels will see them progress to the All-Ireland qualifiers, but all three sides are still in with a chance.

Later, golf’s second major of the season will conclude with the decisive final day of the PGA Championship.

Padraig Harrington of Ireland, Shane Lowry of Ireland, Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland and Seamus Power of Ireland pose for a photo during a practice round prior to the start of the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club on May 17, 2022 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pic: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images © Provided by Extra.ie Padraig Harrington of Ireland, Shane Lowry of Ireland, Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland and Seamus Power of Ireland pose for a photo during a practice round prior to the start of the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club on May 17, 2022 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pic: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Coverage from Southern Hills Country Club in Oklahoma will begin on Sky Sports Golf at 2pm, running right through the day and into the evening.

If, somehow, you’re still not done and work isn’t an issue in Monday, you can catch the third game of the NBA Western Conference finals as Golden State Warriors take on the Dallas Mavericks, live on Sky Sports at 1am.

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