BT Sport will broadcast live coverage of UEFA Europa League this evening as the group stage matches get underway.
Manchester United take on Feyenoord on BT Sport 3 from 5.30pm, while Southampton host Sparta Prague on BT Sport 2 from 7.45pm.
Feyenoord v Manchester United – BT Sport 3, 5.30pm
Feyenoord host Man Utd in Group A of the UEFA Europa League at De Kuip. Wayne Rooney needs one more goal to join Ruud van Nistelrooy as United’s record UEFA top scorer on 37 goals.
AZ Alkmaar v Dundalk – BT Sport ESPN, 6.000pm
AZ Alkmaar face Dundalk in Group D of the UEFA Europa League at the AFAS Stadion. Dundalk are just the second Irish side to reach the group stages after Shamrock Rovers in 2011/12.
Southampton v Sparta Prague – BT Sport 2, 7.45pm
Southampton host Sparta Prague in Group K of the UEFA Europa League at St Mary’s. The Saints kick-off their campaign against a Sparta side featuring ex-Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky.
Panathinaikos v Ajax – BT Sport ESPN, 8.00pm
Panathinaikos face Ajax in Group G of the UEFA Europa League at the Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium. Panathinaikos are unbeaten in six European matches, including four this season.
Inter Milan v Hapoel Beer Sheeva – BT Sport 3, 8.15pm
Inter host Hapoel Beer Sheeva in Group K of the UEFA Europa League at the San Siro. This is Beer-Sheva’s group stage debut, having lost to Celtic in the Champions League play-offs.
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