LONDON (Sporting Alert) — Wayne Rooney will miss Manchester United’s seasonal finale and Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game as a manager against West Bromwich on Sunday. We will also provide live blogging of score updates of all the other game down for Sunday.
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Rooney, the club said, was given permission to be with his wife Coleen, who is due to give birth to their second child.
The England striker had also missed Manchester United final game at home this season when he was left out by Ferguson. He did, however, joined his teammates in celebrating the club’s 20th league title.
Meanwhile, Arsenal, looking to secure a Champions League will take on Newcastle United, while the other team in the running for a Champions League spot is Tottenham and they face Sunderland at home.
Elsewhere on Sunday, dethroned champions Manchester City, who sacked manager Roberto Mancini last week, will take on Norwich City at home, Liverpool will hosts relegated Queens Park Rangers, West Ham United entertains another relegated side, Reading, FA Cup winners, but Championship bound Wigan Athletic face Aston Villa, Southampton line-up against Stoke City, Chelsea tackle Everton and Swansea City play host to Fulham.
EPL Fixtures For Sunday, May 19 Times (ET)
Chelsea v Everton (11:00)
Liverpool v Queens Park Rangers (11:00)
Manchester City v Norwich City (11:00)
Newcastle United v Arsenal (11:00)
Southampton v Stoke City (11:00)
Swansea City v Fulham (11:00)
Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland (11:00)
West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United (11:00)
West Ham United v Reading (11:00)
Wigan Athletic v Aston Villa (11:00)