We are now at a point where everyone now has the exact number of games (except Liverpool and Huddersfield, who played yesterday), so now everything is to play for at this stage.
Today features a London derby as Tottenham take on West Ham. A win for Spurs should virtually secure them a sport in the Champions League next season, while mid-table West Ham are simply trying to finish in the top half. Also in action are Brighton, who could secure their safety if they defeat Newcastle.
Meanwhile, Sheffield United will still by attempting to get the top spot in the Championship as they face already relegated Ipswich. In Scotland, Celtic could clinch the Premiership title with victory against Kilmarnock. There is also action from the final day of the National League season, but the game being shown has yet to be confirmed.
Tottenham United v West Ham United is Sky Main Event and Sky Premier League at 11.30 (kick-off 12.30).
Celtic v Kilmarnock is on Sky Football at 12.00 (kick-off 12.30).
Non-League Football is on BT Sport 1 at 12.15 (all kick-offs at 12.30).
Brighton & Hove Albion v Newcastle United is on BT Sport 1 at 17.00 (kick-off 17.30).
Sheffield United v Ipswich Town is on Sky Main Event and Sky Football at 17.15 (kick-off 17.30).