Six of the best for you to screen in July

Five more Premier League games and an FA Cup semi will be live on BT Sport over just six days

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The title may have been settled but there is still plenty to play for as the longest Premier League season in history draws to a close.

You can show the culmination of the battle to avoid the drop and the race for European places live on BT Sport.

There’s also the small matter of an FA Cup semi-final to consider as well.

If you have recently reopened your doors after lockdown showing the football could be a way to keep your guests entertained. Just ensure you comply with guidance on keeping noise levels down – check out our tips on how to do that here.

Here’s what’s coming up…

Newcastle vs Tottenham
Wednesday July 15, 6pm

Europa League places could be on the line when Jose Mourinho takes his Spurs side to St James’ Park. A win for the Magpies and they may climb above the North Londoners in the table.

Crystal Palace vs Man Utd
Thursday July 16, 8.15pm

Palace are safe as houses in mid-table so they could play with freedom against one of the most exciting attacks in the league. As well as fighting for a top four finish, United are still in contention in the FA Cup and Europa League.

Southampton vs Brighton
Thursday July 16, 8.15pm

It’s always good to have options and we are serving up a double on July 16. In this one, two south coast clubs go head to head. Brighton will be looking to secure the points to guarantee survival.

FA Cup semi-final

Arsenal vs Man City
Saturday July 18, 7.45pm

These two clubs are on familiar turf at Wembley. Arsenal have won three out of the last six FA Cup finals, while City are the current holders. Can they maintain their grip on both domestic cups?

Bournemouth vs Southampton
Sunday July 19, 2pm

We are back on the south coast for this clash. Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth desperately need the points to prolong their five year stay in the Premier League but the Saints are strong on the road.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Monday July 20, 8.15pm

Wolves will be fighting hard to finish high enough up the table to qualify for the Champions League. If they don’t make it, there’s always a chance by winning the Europa League – and you can watch that and the Champions League live and exclusive on BT Sport in August. Details coming soon.

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