Europa League Matchday 2: Live streams and how to watch every game on BT Sport

The Europa League continues on Thursday with every game from the competition, including Sheriff Tiraspol vs Manchester United, exclusively live on BT Sport.

By Alex Bowmer Updated: 15 September 2022 - 10.23am

Matchday 2 of this season's Europa League is almost upon us and, with the exception of Arsenal's game with PSV - postponed due to Queen Elizabeth II's upcoming funeral - there is a full programme of fixtures in the competition.

Read on for a preview of Manchester United's trip to Sheriff Tiraspol, as well as how to watch any of this Thursday's matches.

Sheriff Tiraspol vs Man Utd, 5.15pm (5.45pm kick-off) on BT Sport 2 - Live stream

United are looking to record their first win in Group E after falling to a 1-0 defeat against Real Sociedad at Old Trafford on Matchday 1. 

Despite Erik ten Hag's men having 15 shots, only three of those efforts were on target, they were made to pay for their wastefulness when Brais Mendez tucked away the only goal of the contest from the spot following Lisandro Martinez's handball. 

Cristiano Ronaldo made a rare start under Ten Hag last Thursday - and a first European appearance outside the Champions League since 2002.  He almost rewarded the Dutchman's faith in him with the opener, only to see his towering header ruled out for offside. 

After a poor start to the domestic season, United had won four on the spin, including morale-boosting victories over Liverpool and Arsenal at Old Trafford before their blip against the Spaniards. 

United started with a strong team against Sociedad as club captain Harry Maguire returned to the defence, and with no Premier League fixtures at the weekend due to the Queen's passing, the team should be well rested. They’ll know that a return from Tiraspol with anything other than three points will be a disaster.

Sheriff got their Europa League campaign off to a fine start with a 3-0 win over Cypriot side Omonia, managed by Neil Lennon. However, the Moldovan champions - who are currently six points clear at the top of their domestic league after just seven games - should face a far tougher test against the Red Devils, albeit with home advantage. 

Thursday's other Europa League fixtures and how to watch them

Real Sociedad vs Omonia: 5.30pm (5.45pm KO), BT Sport 4 - Live stream

Midtjylland vs Lazio: 5.45pm KO, BT Sport 5 - Live stream

Feyenoord vs Sturm Graz: 5.45pm KO - Live stream

Qarabag vs Nantes: 5.45pm KO - Live stream

Olympiakos vs Freiburg: 5.45pm KO - Live stream

Monaco vs Ferencvaros: 5.45pm KO - Live stream

Trabzonspor vs Red Star Belgrade: 5.45pm KO - Live stream


Roma vs HJK: 7.45pm (8pm KO), BT Sport 3 - Live stream

Rennes vs Fenerbahce: 8pm KO, BT Sport 5 - Live stream

Bodo/Glimt vs Zurich: 8pm KO - Live stream

Dynamo Kyiv vs AEK Larnaca: 8pm KO - Live stream

Real Betis vs Ludogorets Razgrad: 8pm KO - Live stream

Braga vs Union Berlin: 8pm KO - Live stream

Royale Union Saint-Gilloise vs Malmo: 8pm KO - Live stream