The Europa League returns for the second leg of the semi-finals with two British representatives on the verge of exiting the competition at the last hurdle before the final.
West Ham fell to a 2-1 defeat against Frankfurt at the London Stadium after going behind within 49 seconds of the game kicking off. Michail Antonio levelled the score but Daichi Kamada landed a blow in the second half to seal up the advantage.
The Hammers must travel to Germany where they will be greeted by a cauldron of noise in Frankfurt. Away goals no longer count and an early strike for the visitors could set up a peach of a tie for neutrals watching on TV.
Rangers must also scramble their way out of a hole dug by German opposition with RB Leipzig. A late first-leg winner from former Man City wide man Angelino secured the advantage to Leipzig.
Leicester have dropped out of the competition and dropped into the Europa Conference League where they will continue to compete on the continent, while Celtic are out of European competitions altogether this season.
RadioTimes.com brings you the complete guide on how to watch Europa League fixtures, including every game you can watch live in the UK and highlights. We’ll keep you updated throughout the whole season.
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Where can I watch Europa League on TV?
BT Sport is back with exclusive rights to show Europa League games live in the UK. Every single game will be shown across its platforms in 2021/22.
Major games – mostly featuring the British teams – are likely to be shown on the main BT Sport 1, 2 or 3 channels, but matches will be spread across numerous channels.
Games on ‘BT Sport Extra’ can be enjoyed via the red button and all games are broadcast through their online player.
Check out the BT Sport website for the latest deals and explore how to sign up for its channels.
Alternatively, pick up a BT Sport monthly pass for just £ 25 to soak up a month’s worth of games without requiring a lengthy contract.
Europa League on TV 2021/22
Semi-finals second leg
All UK time.
Thursday 5th May
Rangers v RB Leipzig (8pm) BT Sport 2
Frankfurt v West Ham (8pm) BT Sport 1
How to watch Europa League highlights 2021/22
BT Sport will air Europa League highlights following the 8pm kick-offs after every Thursday of Europa League action.
The show will start around 10:30 pm each evening and feature all the biggest talking points and highlights from the round of games.
You can also check out the latest Europa League highlights for free via the BT Sport YouTube channel once the games are over.
What channel is the Europa Conference League on?
The third-tier UEFA competition also runs on a Thursday night with Leicester involved in the thick of the knockout rounds.
You can also soak up Europa Conference League games live on BT Sport, coinciding with Europa League games.
Europa League dates 2021/22
- Group stage Matchday 1 – 16th September 2021
- Group stage Matchday 2 – 30th September 2021
- Group stage Matchday 3 – 21st October 2021
- Group stage Matchday 4 – 4th November 2021
- Group stage Matchday 5 – 25th November 2021
- Group stage Matchday 6 – 9th December 2021
- Round of 32 – 17th February 2022 – 24th February 2022
- Round of 16 – 10th March 2022 – 17th March 2022
- Quarter-finals – 7th April 2022 – 14th April 2022
- Semi-finals – 28th April 2022 – 5th May 2022
- Final – 18th May 2022
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