THE PREMIER LEAGUE Date: Sun, 11 May
Kick-offs: 1500 BST BBC website: Live build-up and updates with Caroline Cheese from 1100 BST BBC radio: Live commentary on 5 Live of Wigan v Man Utd and on 5 Live Sport Extra of Portsmouth v Fulham BBC television: Final Score on BBC One and online at 1625 BST Highlights on Match of the Day on BBC One at 2220 BST
Cristiano Ronaldo (left) and Didier Drogba will fight it out for the title
The Premier League is preparing for one of the most dramatic days in the history of the competition.
The league title, Uefa Cup placings and the relegation issues will all be decided on the closing weekend of the 2007-08 season.
All 10 games will kick off simultaneously on Sunday at 1500 BST.
Manchester United need a victory at Wigan to clinch the championship, but if they fail to win Chelsea could pip them to the Premier League crown.
It is only the fourth time in the Premier League's history that the title has gone down to the last game of the season.
If Chelsea, who are at home to Bolton, match United's result then it will be the first time since 1989 that the English champions will be decided on goal difference.
Back then Arsenal beat Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield, coming from behind to clinch the league in the most dramatic finish in the 120-year history of the English top flight.
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