With the Premier League title and relegation races coming down to the final games Sunday, all 10 matches will be televised simultaneously in the United States for the first time.

Manchester City almost certainly would win its first league title since 1968 with a victory over visiting Queens Park Rangers. It's tied on points with 19-time champion Manchester United, which trails on goal difference, plus-63 to plus-55.

England's top tier has not been decided on a tiebreaker since Arsenal won over Liverpool on goals scored - the second decider - in 1989.

The Man City-QPR match will be shown on ESPN2, with the network using its own announcers, Ian Darke and Steve McManaman, rather than the international feed of Peter Drury and Craig Burley. It also will be shown on ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes.

All 10 matches start at 10 a.m. EDT, and the other nine will be televised on Fox networks.

Manchester United's game at Sunderland will be broadcast on FX, with Jon Champion and Kevin Gallacher calling the action, and will be simulcast on Fox Deportes.

In the other games involving relegation-threatened teams, Stoke vs. Bolton will be on Fox Soccer Plus (with Daniel Mann and Tony Gale) and Norwich vs. Aston Villa will be on Fox Soccer 2Go (Jonathan Beck and Dean Ashton).

Among teams competing to qualify for next season's Champions League, West Bromwich Albion vs. Arsenal is on FSN (Gary Weaver and Trevor Francis), Tottenham vs. Fulham is on Fox Soccer (Tony Jones and Davie Provan) and Everton vs. Newcastle is on foxsoccer.com (Gary Taphouse and Garry Birtles).

In the other three games, Chelsea vs. already relegated Blackburn is on SPEED (Joe Speight and Dean Sturridge), Swansea vs. Liverpool is on FUEL TV (Phil Blacker and Barry Horne) and Wigan vs. already relegated Wolverhampton is on Fox Soccer 2Go (Andy Clarke and Bradley Allen).