West Ham United v Arsenal live stream, Sunday 1 May, 4.30pm BST
Arsenal will be looking to boost their top-four bid by beating West Ham on Sunday afternoon.
The Gunners could be outside the Champions League qualification spots by the time this match kicks off. Tottenham (opens in new tab) host Leicester (opens in new tab) at 2pm on Sunday, and Brendan Rodgers may well make wholesale changes to his team with an eye on Thursday's Europa Conference League semi-final second leg against Roma (opens in new tab).
Going into the weekend, Arsenal (opens in new tab) have a two-point lead over their north London neighbours. Manchester United (opens in new tab)'s faltering form means this is now a two-horse race for fourth place, and all eyes are on a head-to-head meeting between Spurs and Arsenal on May 12.
However, that match might not necessarily determine which of the two clubs from the capital qualifies for the Champions League. Arsenal will certainly be keen to maintain or extend their two-point advantage in the run-up to that contest, and they will hope West Ham (opens in new tab) are distracted by their upcoming Europa League game against Eintracht Frankfurt.
David Moyes' men lost the first leg of their semi-final at the London Stadium, but a 2-1 defeat means the tie is very much alive. The West Ham boss rotated his team for the trip to Chelsea (opens in new tab) in the Premier League last weekend, and we can again expect the likes of Declan Rice, Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio to be held back for Thursday's trip to Germany.
On the injury front, Issa Diop and Angelo Ogbonna are both still on the treatment table, while Craig Dawson is suspended - leaving West Ham short in the centre-back department.
Arsenal will have to make do without Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey, while Bukayo Saka will need to be assessed in the run-up to kick-off. Eddie Nketiah will continue up top instead of Alex Lacazette, while Mohamed Elneny will look to maintain his fine recent form in the centre of the park.
Kick-off is at 4.30pm BST on Sunday 1 May. UK viewers can watch live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League (opens in new tab). See below for international broadcast options.
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Use a VPN to watch Premier league football from outside your country
If you’re out of the country for a round of Premier League fixtures, then annoyingly your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address (boo!). You'll be blocked from watching it, which is not ideal if you’ve paid up for a subscription and still want to catch the action without resorting to illegal feeds you’ve found on Reddit.
But assistance is on hand. To get around that, all you have to do is get a Virtual Private Network (VPN), assuming it complies with your broadcaster’s T&Cs. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and t'internet, meaning the service can’t work out where you are and won't automatically block the service you've paid for. All the info going between is entirely encrypted – and that's a result.
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UK TV rights
How to watch Premier League live streams for UK subscribers
US TV rights
How to watch Premier League live streams for US subscribers
NBC Sports Group are the Premier League rights holders, with the Peacock Premium (opens in new tab) streaming platform showing even more than the 175 games it aired last season, with other matches split between NBCSN channel, CNBC and the over-the-air NBC broadcast channel. If you pick up a fuboTV subscription (opens in new tab) for the games not on Peacock Premium, you'll be able to watch every game.
Head back to our VPN advice so you can take advantage when you're out of the country.
Canada TV rights
How to watch Premier League live streams for Canadian subscribers
DAZN (opens in new tab) subscribers can watch every single Premier League game in 2021/22 – and it gets better. After a one-month free trial, you'll only have to pay a rolling $20-a-month fee, or make it an annual subscription of $150.
The broadcaster also has all the rights to Champions League and Europa League games in Canada, too.
Want in while you're out of Canada? Scroll back up and check out the VPN offers above.
Australia TV rights
How to watch Premier League live streams for Australian subscribers
Optus Sport (opens in new tab) are offering every game of the Premier League season for just $14.99/month for non-subscribers, which you can get via a Fetch TV box (opens in new tab) and other friendly streaming devices.
To take advantage while you're not Down Under, follow the VPN advice towards the top of this page.
New Zealand TV rights
How to watch a Premier League live stream for New Zealand subscribers
Spark Sport (opens in new tab) are serving up all 380 games – plus various highlights and magazine shows throughout the week, as well as the Champions League – for $24.99 a month, after a seven-day free trial.
It's also available via web browsers, Apple/Android devices, Google Chromecast and some Samsung TVs, and Apple TV and Smart TV compatibility new for this season.
Check out our VPN deals to watch when you’re not in New Zealand.
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).
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