Watford fans hoping for a taste of Premier League excitement this weekend can tune into a special broadcast of the From the Rookery End podcast, where a simulation of the final day of the season will be played out.

Since the Premier League was suspended in early March, the award-winning podcast has been creating fully imagined 90 minute commentaries of the missed matches.

The Hornets were due to conclude their relegation scrap away at Arsenal this Sunday and the podcast has recorded a special episode in a bid to capture the excitement of the last day of the campaign.

The commentaries have been created and recorded by actor and voiceover artist Colin Mace, who recently featured in the film Military Wives.

A lifelong Watford supporter and co-presenter of the podcast, Colin hit upon the idea when finding himself missing his football fix on a Saturday afternoon. Instead of lamenting the lack of football, Colin and the From the Rookery End team decided to create their own, delivering full commentaries, including co-commentary from a range of imaginary pundits, for each missing match.

Now, for the tense conclusion to the season, the team have stepped up their efforts. The commentary will be released as usual as a podcast, but will also be broadcast on YouTube, kicking off at exactly 3pm on Sunday, allowing listeners to tune in to hear the drama unfold as it happens.

There will also be reporters at the other virtual games featuring relegation threatened sides, helping to deliver an authentic final day feeling.

Jon Moonie, who founded From the Rookery End ten years ago, said: “These are unprecedented, difficult times for everyone and we wanted to provide some light relief for fellow football fans. Colin’s commentaries have been absolutely extraordinary, the detail he provides means it’s genuinely easy to get lost in the moment and to imagine you’re listening to a real game on a standard Saturday afternoon. I’m so excited for people to hear what we’ve got planned for the final day.

"The way the 'results' have fallen mean that there are five teams still facing relegation and we’ll be providing updates from their games too, with reporters providing detail on what’s happening around the grounds. We’ll be providing an as it stands league table throughout, meaning this should be an exciting listen not just for Watford fans, but for followers of other clubs too.

"While we still don’t know how the season will pan out in reality, this will hopefully provide a welcome and enjoyable distraction for those missing their football fix."

The best way to follow the action will be via YouTube at www.youtube.com/fromtherookeryend, where from 2:45pm goal alerts and live tables will be on display throughout, while the full show will also be available to download as a podcast at www.podfollow.com/watfordpodcast.