UEFA Europa League 2019/20 – Matchday 1 – Live TV Coverage on BT Sport

UEFA Europa League 2019/20 – Matchday 1 – Live TV Coverage on BT Sport
Updated on Thursday 19 September 2019 by @TVNewsroom

BT Sport will broadcast live UEFA Europa League action this evening as matchday one of the 2019/20 season takes place.

Eintracht Frankfurt v Arsenal
Live on BT Sport 2 from 5.30pm – Kick-off 5.55pm

Arsenal visit Germany to face Eintracht Frankfurt in Group F of the UEFA Europa League. The Gunners play their first European match since last season’s 4-1 final defeat to Chelsea.

Rennes v Celtic
BT Sport 3 from 5.15pm – Kick-off 5.55pm

Celtic travel to France to face Rennes on matchday one of the UEFA Europa League. Neil Lennon’s side have been eliminated at the round of 32 stage in the past two campaigns.

Manchester United v Astana
BT Sport 2 from 8.00pm – Kick-off 8.00pm

Manchester United begin their UEFA Europa League campaign with a tie against Astana at Old Trafford. United lifted the title when they last featured in the competition in 2016/17.

Rangers v Feyenoord
BT Sport 3 from 8.00pm – Kick-off 8.00pm

Rangers take on Feyenoord in the opening Group G match of the UEFA Europa League. Rangers are unbeaten in 13 European matches at Ibrox, winning nine including all four this season.

Wolves v Braga
BT Sport ESPN from 7.45pm – Kick-off 8.00pm

Wolves qualified for the group stage with six fine wins and now host Braga at Molineux in their first Group K UEFA Europa League clash. Braga are unbeaten in seven European games.

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