Manchester United will host rivals Liverpool on Sunday, May 2 in what will be a crunch match.
The last time the two sides faced each other United beat Liverpool 3-2 in the FA Cup fourth-round.
Elsewhere, Thomas Tuchel will be hoping his side can repeat their FA Cup semi-final heroics against Manchester City when they travel to the Etihad on May 8.
On Monday, May 10, strugglers Fulham host Burnley in the battle to escape relegation.
Are all Premier League games televised and on what channels?
Yes, all games will continue to be televised in the UK until spectators return to stadiums.
Sky and BT, the Premier League’s primary UK broadcast partners, will show the majority of games for matchweek 34 and 35.
The BBC will broadcast one fixture during this period, namely Wolves vs Brighton on May 9, as will Amazon Prime with Brighton vs Leeds on May 1.
What about the remaining games?
As reported by >The Athletic last week, the Premier League schedule has been readjusted to push the 36th round of games — originally tabled for midweek kick-offs on May 11 and 12 — to the weekend of May 15-16.
Any fixtures that are affected by the FA Cup final on May 15 will be moved to May 11 or 12.
The 37th round of matches are due to take place on the midweek of May 18-19.
The final round of fixtures for the season, however, will remain on Sunday, May 23.
What is the full fixture list?
Friday April 30
20:00 Southampton v Leicester (Sky Sports)
Saturday May 1
12:30 Crystal Palace v Man City (BT Sport)
15:00 Brighton v Leeds (Amazon Prime)
17:30 Chelsea v Fulham (Sky Sports)
20:00 Everton v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
Sunday May 2
14:00 Newcastle v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
16:30 Man Utd v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
19:15 Spurs v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports)
Monday May 3
18:00 West Brom v Wolves (Sky Sports)
20:15 Burnley v West Ham (Sky Sports)
Friday May 7
20:00 Leicester v Newcastle (Sky Sports)
Saturday May 8
12:30 Leeds v Spurs (BT Sport)
15:00 Sheffield Utd v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
17:30 Man City v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
20:15 Liverpool v Southampton (Sky Sports)
Sunday May 9
12:00 Wolves v Brighton (BBC)
14:05 Aston Villa v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
16:30 West Ham v Everton (Sky Sports)
19:00 Arsenal v West Brom (BT Sport)
Monday May 10
20:00 Fulham v Burnley (Sky Sports)
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