STAMFORD, Conn. – NBCUniversal will present “Championship Sunday,” with all 10 matches presented live simultaneously Sunday at 11 a.m. ET.

The networks will feature coverage across seven NBCUniversal television networks and five matches streamed on Peacock and NBC Sports Gold.

Two Champions League positions are at stake on the season’s final day. Third-place Manchester United visit fifth-place Leicester City (NBC, Universo) with the winner clinching a top-four spot, while Christian Pulisic (four goals, two assists and two penalties won in eight appearances since the June 17 restart) and fourth-place Chelsea need only a draw against sixth-place Wolverhampton Wanderers (USA Network, Telemundo) to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

At the bottom of the table, three clubs are trying to fight off relegation. With two of the bottom three spots left to be filled, only one of Aston Villa (at West Ham on NBCSN), Watford (at Arsenal on GOLF Channel) and Bournemouth (at Everton on CNBC) will remain in the Premier League next season.

NBCUniversal’s “Championship Sunday” coverage kicks off on NBCSN this Sunday at 9 a.m. ET with a special two-hour Premier League Mornings, hosted by Rebecca Lowe, who’s joined by former Jamaica National Team player Robbie Earle, and former Premier League footballer Robbie Mustoe.

NBC Sports Group’s lead Premier League play-by-play announcer Arlo White will call Leicester City v. Manchester United on NBC and Universo, joined by analysts – Arsenal legend Lee Dixon and former Chelsea player Graeme Le Saux. Also, Gary Taphouse will call the Chelsea v. Wolverhampton Wanderers match on USA Network and Telemundo, joined by former Ipswich Town and Charlton Athletic midfielder Matt Holland; while Jim Proudfoot and former Premier League footballer Andy Townsend call West Ham v. Aston Villa on NBCSN.

Liverpool last month won their first-ever Premier League title and first top-flight title in 30 years. The Reds lifted the Premier League trophy yesterday at Anfield after Liverpool outlasted a superb Pulisic and Chelsea in a thrilling 5-3 win. Liverpool have now won 19 top-flight titles; only Manchester United have won more with 20. The Reds finish their season at Newcastle on Sunday, with live coverage streamed exclusively on Peacock and NBC Sports Gold.

Following are the networks and announcers for “Championship Sunday,” (live, Sunday at 11 a.m. ET):

* NBC, Universo: fifth-place Leicester City v. third-place Manchester United, commentated by Arlo White, Lee Dixon, and Graeme Le Saux

* USA Network, Telemundo: fourth-place Chelsea v. sixth-place Wolverhampton Wanderers, commentated by Gary Taphouse and Matt Holland

* NBCSN: West Ham v. Aston Villa, commentated by Jim Proudfoot and Andy Townsend

* CNBC: Everton v. Bournemouth, commentated by Jonathan Beck and Phil Neville
GOLF Channel: 10th-place Arsenal v. Watford, commentated by Phil Blacker and Matthew Upson

* Peacock, NBC Sports Gold: Crystal Palace v. seventh-place Tottenham, commentated by Nigel Adderley and Efan Ekoku

* Peacock, NBC Sports Gold: second-place Manchester City v. Norwich City, commentated by Kevin Keatings and Leon Osman

* Peacock, NBC Sports Gold: Newcastle v. champions Liverpool, commentated by Tony Jones and Stephen Warnock

* Peacock, NBC Sports Gold: Southampton v. eighth-place Sheffield United, commentated by Chris Wise and Danny Gabbidon

* Peacock, NBC Sports Gold: Ninth-place Burnley v. Brighton & Hove Albion, commentated by Seb Hutchinson and Iain Dowie

NBCUniversal’s Premier League match schedule for this weekend (all times ET, subject to change):

Date Time (ET) Match Network
Sat., July 25 6 a.m. Premier League Review Show: Matchweek 36 NBCSN
Sat., July 25 7 a.m. Premier League Review Show: Matchweek 37 NBCSN
Sat., July 25 8 a.m. Premier League World: Champions Special NBCSN
Sat., July 25 9 a.m. Premier League Preview Show: Matchweek 38 NBCSN
Sat., July 25 9:30 a.m. Premier League Download: Klopp’s Promise NBCSN
Sun., July 26 9 a.m. Premier League Mornings NBCSN
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Leicester City v. Manchester United NBC, Universo
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Chelsea v. Wolverhampton Wanderers USA Network, Telemundo
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. West Ham v. Aston Villa NBCSN
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Everton v. Bournemouth CNBC
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Arsenal v. Watford GOLF Channel
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Crystal Palace v. Tottenham Peacock, NBC Sports Gold
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Manchester City v. Norwich City Peacock, NBC Sports Gold
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Newcastle v. Liverpool Peacock, NBC Sports Gold
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Southampton v. Sheffield United Peacock, NBC Sports Gold
Sun., July 26 11 a.m. Burnley v. Brighton & Hove Albion Peacock, NBC Sports Gold
Sun., July 26 1 p.m. Goal Zone NBC, NBCSN
Sun., July 26 2:30 p.m. Goal Zone NBCSN