NBC Sports will televise all final 10 games of the 2015/16 Premier League season live across its networks on Sunday, May 15 as part of its Championship Sunday promotion.

The games will be featured across NBC, NBCSN, USA, MSNBC, CNBC, Oxygen, Esquire, E!, Bravo and SyFy on what promises to be an eventful final day of a memorable season where it’s quite possible that every single game will have important ramifications on the battle to avoid relegation, the title winners or qualification for the Champions League and/or Europa League.

All of the games will kick off at the same time (10am ET/7am PT).

While NBC Sports isn’t expected to announce which games will be featured on which channels until the week of May 8th, here’s what may be on the line in each of the final games:

Arsenal vs. Aston Villa — Can Arsene Wenger seal a top 4 or above finish to keep the fan pressure off his back?

Chelsea vs. Leicester — Will Leicester get a chance to have a guard of honor from the Chelsea players at the club where Ranieri was sacked in 2004?

Everton vs. Norwich — Will Norwich have a chance to stay in the Premier League with a win against the Toffees in what could be Roberto Martinez’s last game in charge of Everton?

Manchester United vs. Bournemouth — Will Louis Van Gaal have an opportunity to help United finish in the top 4 in order to save his job at Old Trafford?

Newcastle United vs. Spurs — Can Rafa Benitez help Newcastle stay up in the Premier League?

Southampton vs. Crystal Palace — It’s possible that the Saints may have a chance to qualify for Europa League based on their result on the final day of the season.

Stoke vs. West Ham — The Hammers may have to win this match to either finish in the top 4 (although that may be over before the final day) or to finish in a qualification spot for the Europa League.

Swansea vs. Manchester City — Can Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini cement a Champions League qualification spot on the final day of the season?

Watford vs. Sunderland — This match could be a must-win for Sunderland to stay up in the Premier League.

West Brom vs. Liverpool — Liverpool may need to win this game to try to qualify for the Europa League depending on what happens in the other matches.

In addition to the TV coverage, all of the games will be shown live via NBC’s streaming platform NBC Sports Live Extra.