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Live action on BT Sport this month!

Live action on BT Sport this month!

  

The Champions League final takes centre stage this month but there’s plenty more live action on BT Sport, from European rugby finals and MotoGP races to squash, hockey and badminton

By Chris Miller, Writer

Some of the biggest stars in world football are on show in the Champions League final in Paris this month, from Mo Salah and Sadio Mané to Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jr, as Liverpool face off against Real Madrid for European supremacy.

 

Rugby union has its European finals this month too – in fact, we’ll find out who becomes European champions in football and rugby on the same day, which is a cracking day’s entertainment in anyone’s book. The same weekend hosts the A-League final and the Italian MotoGP; you basically won’t need to turn away from BT Sport for all the thrilling action you could want.

 

And with baseball, Aussie Rules football, squash, badminton and hockey on BT Sport this month, along with action from the UFC and WWE, it’s another packed month of elite sport.

 

And remember, you can follow all the live action on BT Sports wherever you are in the UK, as long as there’s WiFi, 3G or 4G, thanks to Virgin TV Go. Simply download the free app, which is free to all Virgin TV customers and is compatible with Android, iOS, Windows 10 and PC/Mac. Download the Virgin TV Go app.

 

Scroll down to discover all of the biggest sporting fixtures on BT Sport this May and June. And bookmark this page for monthly updates.

 

UEFA Club Competition


When UEFA reintroduced a third continental club tournament to widen the interest in European competition among fans, we imagine their best-case scenario for the end of the season was six finalists all from different countries. It didn’t look that likely even at the semi-final stage, but that’s what we’ve got: teams from England, Spain, Scotland, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands will contest the finals.

 

Tune in to see some of the best players in Europe give their all. 

 

UEFA Europa Conference League Final: Roma v Feyenoord

Wednesday 25 May, 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

UEFA Champions League Final: Liverpool v Real Madrid

Saturday 28 May, 6pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

Non-League Football


Teams outside the top four divisions of English football get their days in the sun in May on BT Sport. First off there’s the FA Vase final at Wembley as Newport Pagnell of the United Counties League Premier Division South take on Littlehampton Town, the Southern Combination League Premier Division champions. Then Wrexham and Bromley of the National League take to the pitch to compete for the FA Trophy.

 

With their Hollywood celebrity owners, Wrexham are the glamour team of the National League, but if they’re going to be promoted they’ll be doing it the hard way – through the play-offs. The fourth- to seventh-place teams play off for a place in the semi-finals against Wrexham and Solihull, who finished second and third, with the winners of those games going through to the final on 5 June and a chance to be elevated to the Football League. You can also see the final of the FA Disability Cup on 11 June.

 

FA Vase Final: Newport Pagnell Town v Littlehampton Town

Sunday 22 May, 12pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

FA Trophy Final: Bromley v Wrexham

Sunday 22 May, 3.45pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

National League Play-offs: Eliminator A – Notts County v Grimsby Town

Monday 23 May, 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

National League Play-offs: Eliminator B – FC Halifax Town v Chesterfield

Tuesday 24 May, 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

National League Play-offs: Semi-final – Wrexham v Eliminator A Winner

Saturday 28 May, 12pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

National League Play-offs: Semi-final – Solihull Moors v Eliminator B Winner

Sunday 29 May, 12pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

National League Play-offs: Final

Sunday 5 June, 2.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

FA Disability Cup: Final

Saturday 11 June, TBC, BT Sport TBC

 

Overseas Football


The French, Italian and Australian men’s leagues reach their thrilling conclusions on BT Sport this month. It’s been a rare old battle at the top of Serie A as the Milan clubs went toe-to-toe for the title in a way they haven’t for a generation, and it’s come down to the final day. There’s been a fierce city rivalry in the A-League this season too, as Melbourne City and Melbourne Victory finished in the top two places – can they overcome the play-off challengers and face each other in the final on 28 May?

 

In France, as usual it’s a scrap for second behind PSG, but it’s been a good one this year as Marseille and Monaco fight over the place that provides qualification to the Champions League group stage. Behind them, Nice, Rennes, Strasbourg and Lens will compete for the other European places.

 

Serie A


Final Matchday: Match TBC

Saturday 21 May, 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Final Matchday: Match TBC

Saturday 21 May, 7.45pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Final Matchday: Match TBC

Sunday 22 May, 7.45pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Final Matchday: Match TBC

Sunday 22 May, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Ligue 1


Final Day: Match TBC

Saturday 21 May, 7.45pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

A-League Men


Semi-final 1st Leg: Adelaide United v Melbourne City

Wednesday 18 May, 10am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Semi-final 2nd Leg: Melbourne Victory v Western United

Saturday 21 May, 8am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Semi-final 2nd Leg: Melbourne City v Adelaide United

Sunday 22 May, 5am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Final

Saturday 28 May, 10.30am, BT Sport TBC

 

Canadian Premier League


Football: CPL – Pacific v York United

Saturday 21 May, 3am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Rugby Union


Three into two doesn’t go. With Leicester and Saracens already qualified, one of Harlequins, Northampton and Gloucester will miss out on the play-off places and the chance to win the Premiership title. Saints have to face Saracens in the penultimate round of fixtures, so they could be vulnerable. It might all be sorted out before the final day – but we doubt it.

 

You can also see the European finals on BT Sport, and having knocked out the defending champs Toulouse in the semi-finals, Leinster will be aiming to defeat last year’s runners-up La Rochelle in the Champions Cup final in Marseille. Meanwhile the Challenge Cup final will be an all-French affair after defeat for Wasps and Saracens in the semis. And on top of all that there’s the Premier 15s play-offs as the top women’s teams face off for the chance to be champions.

 

Heineken European Champions Cup


Final: Leinster v La Rochelle

Saturday 28 May, 5pm, BT Sport TBC

 

European Challenge Cup


Final: Lyon v Toulon

Friday 27 May, 7pm, BT Sport TBC

 

Gallagher Premiership


Wasps v Sale Sharks

Friday 20 May, 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Harlequins v Gloucester

Saturday 21 May, 2.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Saracens v Northampton Saints

Saturday 21 May, 5.15pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Final Day: Match TBC

Saturday 4 June, Time TBC, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Allianz Premier 15s


Semi-final: Saracens v Harlequins

Sunday 22 May, 1.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Semi-final: Exeter Chiefs v Bristol Bears

Sunday 22 May, 4.15pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Final

Friday 3 June, 2.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

MMA


There are two championship belts at stake at UFC 275 in Singapore: Glover Teixeira defends his light heavyweight title against the challenge of Jiří Procházka, while flyweight champ Valentina Shevchenko will take on Taila Santos. Before that, Holly Holm – the only fighter ever to hold both pro boxing and UFC titles – takes on Ketlen Vieira in Vegas as she manoeuvres her way towards a tilt at Julianna Peña’s bantamweight title, which Holm last held in 2015.

 

UFC Fight Night: Holm v Vieira

Saturday 21 May, 10pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

UFC Fight Night: Volkov v Rozenstruik

Saturday 4 June, 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

UFC 275: Teixeira v Procházka

Sunday 12 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Motorsport


After a slow start to the season, defending MotoGP champ Fabio Quartararo moved into the lead of the riders’ championship with a win in Portugal and second place in Spain. Aleix Espargaró is not far behind after joining him on the podium for those two races but there’s still a long way to go, as the season moves to Florence and Barcelona. BT Sport also has action from the World Rally Championship, Australian V8 Supercars, MotoE Championship and DTM touring cars competition this month.

 

World Rally Championship: Portugal – SS1 Coimbra

Thursday 19 May, 7pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Portugal – SS9 Lousada

Friday 20 May, 7pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

V8 Supercars: Race 13 – Winton

Saturday 21 May, 6.30am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

DTM: Race 1 – Lausitzring, Germany

Saturday 21 May, 12.15pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

World Rally Championship: Portugal – SS13 Vieira do Minho 2

Saturday 21 May, 7pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

V8 Supercars: Race 14 – Winton

Sunday 22 May, 3.30am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

V8 Supercars: Race 15 – Winton

Sunday 22 May, 6.15am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Portugal – SS19 Fafe 1

Sunday 22 May, 8.30am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

DTM: Qualifying 2 – Lausitzring, Germany

Sunday 22 May, 9am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

World Rally Championship: Portugal – SS21 Fafe 2

Sunday 22 May, 12pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

DTM: Race 2 – Lausitzring, Germany

Sunday 22 May, 12.15pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

MotoE GP of Italy: Qualifying

Friday 27 April, 3.45pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Italy: Practice 3

Saturday 28 May, 8am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Italy: Qualifying

Saturday 28 May, 11am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoE GP of Italy: Race 1

Saturday 28 May, 3pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Italy: Moto2/Moto3/MotoGP Warm-ups

Sunday 29 May, 8am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Moto3 GP of Italy: Race

Sunday 29 May, 9.15am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Moto2 GP of Italy: Race

Sunday 29 May, 11am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Italy: Race

Sunday 29 May, 12.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Italy – SS1 Olbia-Cabu Abbas

Thursday 2 June, 5pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

MotoGP of Catalunya: Practice 3

Saturday 4 June, 8am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Catalunya: Qualifying

Saturday 4 June, 11am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Italy – SS14 Coiluna-Loelle 1

Saturday 4 June, 12.30pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

World Rally Championship: Italy – SS14 Coiluna-Loelle 2

Saturday 4 June, 3pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

MotoGP of Catalunya: Moto2/Moto3/MotoGP Warm-ups

Sunday 5 June, 8am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Italy – SS19 Sassari-Argentiera 1

Sunday 5 June, 8pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Moto3 GP of Catalunya: Race

Sunday 5 June, 9.15am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Moto2 GP of Catalunya: Race

Sunday 5 June, 11am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

World Rally Championship: Italy – SS21 Sassari-Argentiera 2 Wolf Power Stage

Sunday 5 June, 11am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

MotoGP of Catalunya: Race

Sunday 5 June, 12.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

WWE

In a world gone mad, it’s reassuring – comforting, even – to know that no matter what happens, the WWE triumvirate of SmackDown, Raw and NXT will be with us, week after week, in the same late-night slots. Those familiar faces and their Lycra-swathed muscles will no doubt be battling, beefing and bellowing for generations to come. Which is as it should be. Smackdown, Raw, NXT, repeat. 

 

WWE Friday Night SmackDown

Saturday 21 May, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Monday Night Raw

Tuesday 24 May, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE NXT

Wednesday 25 May, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Friday Night SmackDown

Saturday 28 May, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Monday Night Raw

Tuesday 31 May, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE NXT

Wednesday 1 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Friday Night SmackDown

Saturday 4 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Monday Night Raw

Tuesday 7 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE NXT

Wednesday 8 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Friday Night SmackDown

Saturday 11 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE Monday Night Raw

Tuesday 14 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

WWE NXT

Wednesday 15 June, 1am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

Boxing


It’s super bantamweight action all the way on BT Sport this month. Staffordshire fighter Brad Foster makes his comeback after losing his belts to Jason Cunningham last year, as he takes on Madrid-based Romanian Ionut Baluta for the vacant WBC International title at York Hall in London. Then the unbeaten Liam Davies has hometown advantage as he challenges new British champion Marc Leach in Telford.

 

Foster v Baluta

Friday 20 May, 7pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Leach v Davies

Saturday 11 June, 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

Aussie Rules Football

Melbourne v Fremantle is arguably the biggest game in the AFL right now, and these two giants of the sport face off on 28 May live on BT Sport. Unfortunately it’s scheduled for 4.30 in the morning UK time, but we promise setting your alarm will be worth it. Hey, what else are weekends for? If you can’t cope with the early start, both teams are on at more acceptable times before and after that clash.

 

Carlton v Sydney Swans

Friday 20 May, 10.30am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

North Melbourne v Melbourne

Saturday 21 May, 7.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Essendon v Richmond

Saturday 21 May, 10.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Hawthorn v Brisbane Lions

Sunday 22 May, 6am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Fremantle v Collingwood

Sunday 22 May, 8am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Sydney Swans v Richmond

Friday 27 May, 10.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Melbourne v Fremantle

Saturday 28 May, 4.30am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Brisbane Lions v Greater Western Sydney Giants

Saturday 28 May, 7.30am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Gold Coast Suns v Hawthorn

Sunday 29 May, 6am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Collingwood v Carlton

Sunday 29 May, 9am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Western Bulldogs v Geelong Cats

Friday 3 June, 10.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Adelaide Crows v West Coast Eagles

Saturday 4 June, 4.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Melbourne v Sydney Swans

Saturday 4 June, 10am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Hawthorn v Collingwood

Sunday 5 June, 5am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Fremantle v Brisbane Lions

Sunday 5 June, 8am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Richmond v Port Adelaide

Thursday 9 June, 10am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Essendon v Carlton

Friday 10 June, 10.30am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Brisbane Lions v St Kilda

Saturday 11 June, 10am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Baseball


The relentless MLB schedule – every team plays a whopping 162 games in a season – continues with plenty of action live on BT Sport. The New York Mets, so often in the shadow of their more glamorous neighbours the Yankees, are having a storming year with some clutch hitting from Jeff McNeil and Pete Alonso, while pitcher Max Scherzer is in top form. In fact, their win percentage (at the time of writing) is bettered only by… the Yankees. You can follow the Mets in home games against the Cardinals, Phillies and Nationals this month.

 

Atlanta Braves @ Milwaukee Brewers

Wednesday 18 May, 6pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Houston Astros @ Boston Red Sox

Wednesday 18 May, 11pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

St Louis Cardinals @ New York Mets

Thursday 19 May, 6pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Seattle Mariners @ Boston Red Sox

Friday 20 May, 12am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Arizona Diamondbacks @ Chicago Cubs

Friday 20 May, 7pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Philadelphia Phillies

Saturday 21 May, 12am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Atlanta Braves @ Miami Marlins

Saturday 21 May, 11pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Washington Nationals @ Milwaukee Brewers

Sunday 22 May, 12am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Philadelphia Phillies

Sunday 22 May, 6.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

San Diego Padres @ San Francisco Giants

Sunday 22 May, 9pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Chicago White Sox @ New York Yankees

Monday 23 May, 12am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Washington Nationals

Tuesday 24 May, 12am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Toronto Blue Jays @ St Louis Cardinals

Wednesday 25 May, 12.30am, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Philadelphia Phillies @ Atlanta Braves

Thursday 26 May, 12am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds

Thursday 26 May, 5.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Mets

Monday 30 May, 12am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

San Diego Padres @ St Louis Cardinals

Monday 30 May, 9pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Washington Nationals @ New York Mets

Tuesday 31 May, 12am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Chicago White Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays

Thursday 2 June, 8pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

St Louis Cardinals @ Chicago Cubs

Friday 3 June, 7pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

St Louis Cardinals @ Chicago Cubs

Saturday 4 June, 6pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

St Louis Cardinals @ Chicago Cubs

Sunday 5 June, 12am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Seattle Mariners @ Houston Astros

Wednesday 8 June, 11.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 529)

 

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Chicago White Sox

Thursday 9 June, 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Hockey


After the disappointment of a pair of defeats against India, England’s men bounced back with a win over Germany, only to lose the second match of that double-header. They need to pick up points in home games against France and strugglers South Africa if they’re to climb the table.

 

England’s women had to concede the points to India last month without even playing after pulling out of the fixture with COVID cases, so they’ll look to make up ground against China, Spain and the Netherlands in the coming weeks, with the Dutch providing the hardest test.

 

Men’s FIH Pro League


Spain v France

Wednesday 18 May, 10.30am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

England v France

Saturday 21 May, 1pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Germany v Argentina

Saturday 21 May, 3.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

England v France

Sunday 22 May, 12pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

England v South Africa

Saturday 28 May, 12pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Belgium v France

Saturday 28 May, 5pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

England v South Africa

Sunday 29 May, 12pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Netherlands v Argentina

Wednesday 1 June, 4.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Netherlands v Argentina

Thursday 2 June, 5pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

England v Netherlands

Saturday 4 June, 4.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Spain v South Africa

Saturday 4 June, 6pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

England v Netherlands

Sunday 5 June, 3.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (CH 528)

 

Spain v South Africa

Sunday 5 June, 6pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Belgium v South Africa

Tuesday 7 June, 5pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Germany v Netherlands

Saturday 11 June, 3.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Women’s FIH Pro League


China v Argentina

Wednesday 18 May, 12.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Belgium v Spain

Friday 20 May, 5pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

England v China

Saturday 21 May, 3.30pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

England v China

Sunday 22 May, 2.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Spain v England

Saturday 28 May, 2.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Spain v England

Sunday 29 May, 2.30pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

England v Netherlands

Saturday 4 June, 2pm, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

England v Netherlands

Sunday 5 June, 1pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Spain v China

Sunday 5 June, 8.30pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Belgium v China

Tuesday 7 June, 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Badminton


Two BWF World Tour Super 500 events take place in south-east Asia this month. The Thai crowds will be cheering on local favourites like Busanan Ongbamrungphan and Kunlavut Vitidsarn before the tour moves on to Jakarta, where the top-ranked men’s doubles pair of Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan will be aiming for a home victory.

 

Thailand Open: Quarter-finals

Friday 20 May, 7am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Thailand Open: Finals

Sunday 22 May, 6am, BT Sport ESPN HD (CH 530)

 

Indonesia Masters: Quarter-finals

Friday 10 June, 7am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Indonesia Masters: Semi-finals

Saturday 11 June, 6am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

Indonesia Masters: Finals

Sunday 12 June, 6am, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

Squash


Cairo hosts the 2022 World Squash Championships, and Egypt is closing in on Pakistan for the most men’s titles ever. The likes of Ali Farag, Mohamed El Shorbagy and Mostafa Asal will be hoping to add to the country’s 12 wins, although Paul Coll of New Zealand is the top seed and favourite.

 

A home winner is even more likely in the women’s competition, with Nouran Gohar the No1 seed and six other Egyptians seeded. Challengers including England’s Sarah-Jane Perry and Georgina Kennedy and Wales’s Tesni Evans will have other ideas.

 

World Championships: Finals

Sunday 22 May, 6.30pm, BT Sport 3 HD (CH 529)

 

El Gouna International: Semi-finals

Thursday 2 June, 5.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

El Gouna International: Finals

Friday 3 June, 6pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

 

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