BBC and Amazon confirm which Brighton matches will be broadcast live next month
Brighton and Hove Allbion’s first two Premier League games in May will both be broadcast live.
Their highly anticipated game against Leeds United at the Amex will be on Saturday, May 1, kick off 3pm and will be shown live on Amazon.
Brighton then head to Molineux to face Wolves on Sunday, May 9, kick off 12 noon, and this match will be broadcast by the BBC.
Graham Potter's team are seven points above 18th placed Fulham with six matches of the season remaining.
They are next in action this Saturday as they travel to already relegated Sheffield United.
Former Leeds loanee Ben White is suspended for the trip to Baramall Lane following his late dismissal in yesterday's 0-0 draw at Chelsea.
It was the only down side for Albion following an impressive display at Stamford Bridge.
White received his first booking as he left a boot in on Mason Mount and was then given his marching orders in injury time for hacking down Reece James as the Chelsea man made good progress down the left.
Brighton boss Graham Potter said: "I did not clearly see the first yellow. Then (the second yellow) we are caught up the pitch with a turn over.
"I think it was a one v one situation and he makes a challenge and I think it is a yellow card. So we will have to adapt and deal with that."
The defender should be available to face his old Leeds teammates at the Amex on May 1.
Full list of fixtures from 30 April:
Southampton v Leicester - Friday, 30 April (20:00) - Sky Sports; Crystal Palace v Manchester City - Saturday, 1 May (12:30) - BT Sport; Brighton v Leeds - Saturday, 1 May (15:00) - Amazon Prime; Chelsea v Fulham - Saturday, 1 May (17:30) - Sky Sports
Everton v Aston Villa - Saturday, 1 May (20:00) - BT Sport; Newcastle v Arsenal - Sunday, 2 May (14:00) - Sky Sports; Manchester United v Liverpool - Sunday, 2 May (16:30) - Sky Sports; Tottenham v Sheffield United - Sunday, 2 May (19:15) - Sky Sports
West Brom v Wolves - Monday, 3 May (18:00) - Sky Sports; Burnley v West Ham - Monday, 3 May (20:15) - Sky Sports; Leicester v Newcastle - Friday, 7 May (20:00) - Sky Sports; Leeds v Tottenham - Saturday, 8 May (12:30) - BT Sport
Sheffield United v Crystal Palace - Saturday, 8 May (15:00) - Sky Sports; Manchester City v Chelsea - Saturday, 8 May (17:30) - Sky Sports; Liverpool v Southampton - Saturday, 8 May (20:15) - Sky Sports
Wolves v Brighton - Sunday, 9 May (12:00) - BBC Sport; Aston Villa v Manchester United - Sunday, 9 May (14:05) - Sky Sports; West Ham v Everton - Sunday, 9 May (16:30) - Sky Sports; Arsenal v West Brom - Sunday, 9 May (19:00) BT Sport
Fulham v Burnley - Monday, 10 May (20:00) - Sky Sports.