This is how rounds 36 and 37 of the Premier League season will play out.

They include Albion’s trip to Southampton and home game against Newcastle.

By the time those matches have been played, the Seagulls will hope to have secured safety without having to rely on the final match away to Burnley.

If the situation is tight towards the end, they might be keeping a careful eye on fixtures the evening after Newcastle have been to the Amex.

Watford and Aston Villa are both at home that evening.

If it comes down to the final day, and matches which affect each other are played simultaneously, Albion have more recovery time between rounds 37 and 38 than Watford, Aston Villa and West Ham.

The weekend of July 17 and 18 also sees FA Cup semi-final action, which is included in the list here.

Tuesday, July 14

8.15pm: Chelsea v Norwich City (Sky Sports).

Wednesday, July 15

6pm: Burnley v Wolves (BBC), Man City v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports/Sky Pick), Newcastle United v Spurs (BT Sport).

8.15pm: Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports).

Thursday, July 16

6pm: Everton v Aston Villa (Sky Sports), Leicester City v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports/Sky Pick).

8.15pm: Crystal Palace v Man Utd (BT Sport), Southampton v Albion (BT Sport).

Friday, July 17

8pm: West Ham v Watford (Sky Sports).

Saturday, July 18 

5.30pm: Norwich City v Burnley (Sky Sports/Sky Pick).

7.45pm: Arsenal v Man Utd, FA Cup (BT Sport).

Sunday, July 19

2pm: AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (BT Sport).

4pm: Spurs v Leicester City (Sky Sports).

6pm: Manchester Utd v Chelsea, FA Cup (BBC).

Monday, July 20

6pm: Albion v Newcastle United (Sky Sports/Sky Pick), Sheffield Utd v Everton (Amazon Prime Video).

8.15pm: Wolves v Crystal Palace (BT Sport).

Tuesday, July 21

6pm: Watford v Man City (Sky Sports).

8.15pm: Aston Villa v Arsenal (Sky Sports).

Wednesday, July 22

6pm: Man Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports).

8.15pm: Liverpool v Chelsea (Sky Sports).