Listen to BBC Radio 5 live commentary of Manchester United’s Europa League semi-final first leg against Celta Vigo on Thursday from 19:00 BST

Find out the details of the major sports coverage on offer across BBC television, radio and online this week.

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Wednesday, 3 May

Watch live on BBC TV as Manchester City Women face Birmingham City Ladies in the the Women’s Super League, while One-Day Cup cricket continues on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra as Yorkshire host Durham.

10:55-18:55, Cricket – Yorkshire v Durham, One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:55-20:55, Football – Manchester City Women v Birmingham City Ladies, Women’s Super League 1, BBC Red Button (20:55-22:45, repeated on BBC Red Button)

18:55-21:00, Football – Yeovil Town Ladies v Bristol City Women, Women’s Super League 1, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:00-19:30, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

19:30-20:30, Cricket – Kerry Packer: The Revolution that Changed Cricket, BBC Radio 5 live

20:30-22:30, Football – Champions League, updates from Monaco v Juventus semi-final first leg, BBC Radio 5 live

Thursday, 4 May

Manchester United continue their Europa League campaign at the semi-final stage with a trip to Spain to face Celta Vigo on BBC Radio 5 live, while struggling Huddersfield host Super League leaders Castleford on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

10:55-19:00, Cricket – Essex v Gloucestershire, One Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:30-22:30, Rugby league – Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers, Super League, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:05-22:00, Football – Celta Vigo v Manchester United, Europa League semi-final – first leg, BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 19:00 BST)

22:00-22:30, Football – The Premier League Show, BBC Two (23:15, BBC Two NI)

Friday, 5 May

Test Match Special is back on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra as England host Ireland, there is Premier League commentary on BBC Radio 5 live as West Ham face Spurs, and the BBL season nears its climax with the play-off semi-finals.

10:45-19:00, Cricket – England v Ireland, 1st ODI, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

13:00-14:00, The Friday Sports Panel

19:30-21:30, Basketball – Worcester Wolves v Newcastle Eagles, BBL Play-off semi-final, Connected TV and online

19:30-22:30, Rugby league – Warrington Wolves v St Helens, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:00-22:00, Football – Premier League, West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur, BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 19:00)

Saturday, 6 May

Listen to commentary from the final day of Rugby union’s Premiership on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, while Premier League football action continues on BBC TV and radio.

05:00-05:30, Boxing – 5 live Boxing with Costello & Bunce, BBC Radio 5 live

05:30-06:00, Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, BBC Radio 5 live (repeat)

09:00-11:00, The Danny Baker Show, BBC Radio 5 live

10:25-12:30, Rugby league – Samoa v England, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:00-12:00, Fighting Talk, BBC Radio 5 live

11:20-17:15, Equestrian – Badminton Horse Trials – Cross Country, BBC Red Button

12:00-13:00, Football – Football Focus, BBC One

12:30-14:30, Football – Manchester City v Crystal Palace, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live

13:15-13:45, Athletics – Usain Bolt: The Final Chapter, BBC One

13:45-14:45, Athletics – IAAF Diamond League: Qatar Highlights, BBC One (not available in Northern Ireland and repeat on BBC Red Button at 19:15-20:15)

14:40-16:45, Football – Final Score, Connected TV and online

15:00-17:00, Football – Hull City v Sunderland, Premier League BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 14:30)

15:30-18:30, Rugby union – commentary from the final day of the Premiership, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:30-17:30, Football – Final Score, BBC One (not in Scotland and 16:45-17:30 BBC One NI)

16:30-17:30, Football – Sportscene, BBC One Scotland

17:15-19:15, Rugby union – Scrum V: Scarlets v Ospreys, Pro12, BBC Red Button (Connected TV and online from 17:05)

17:00-18:06, Sports Report, BBC Radio 5 live

18:06-20:00, Football – 606 phone-in, BBC Radio 5 live

22:20-23:40, Football – Match of the Day, BBC One

Sunday, 7 May

Listen to commentary of Arsenal v Manchester United and coverage of the final day of the Championship season on BBC Radio 5 live, and watch the Badminton Horse Trials and the first Rowing World Cup regatta of the season on BBC TV.

07:40-09:00, Football – Match of the Day (repeat), BBC One

09:00-10:00, Sportsweek, BBC Radio 5 live

10:30-14:00, Rowing – Rowing World Cup, Belgrade, BBC Red Button

10:45-19:30, Cricket – England v Ireland, 2nd ODI, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

11:55-14:00, Football – Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town, Championship, BBC Radio 5 live

12:15-13:00, Football – MOTD2 Extra, BBC Two

13:00-15:30, Football – Nottingham Forest v Ipswich, Championship, BBC Radio 5 live

14:00-15:55, Football – Reading Women v Manchester City Women, Women’s Super League 1, BBC Red Button (connected TV and online from 13:55)

14:00-16:00, Equestrian – Badminton Horse Trials, Cross Country, BBC Two (repeated 17:45-19:45 on BBC Red Button)

15:55-17:45, Football – Reading Women v Manchester City Women, Women’s Super League 1, BBC Red Button (edited repeat)

16:00-17:30, Rowing – Rowing World Cup, Belgrade, BBC Two

16:00-18:06, Football – Arsenal v Manchester United, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 15:30)

18:00-18:40, Rugby union – Pro12 highlights, BBC Two Wales

18:00-19:00, Football – Sportscene highlights, BBC Two Scotland

18:06-19:30, Football – 606 phone-in, BBC Radio 5 live

19:45-21:15, Rowing – Rowing World Cup – Belgrade highlights, BBC Red Button (repeat)

20:00-21:00, Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, BBC Radio 5 live

22:30-23:40, Football – Match of the Day 2, BBC One

23:40-00:15, Football – The Women’s Football Show, BBC One

23:40-00:40, Football – Sportscene highlights, BBC One Scotland

Monday, 8 May

Listen to commentary on BBC Radio 5 live as Chelsea continue their Premier League title bid by hosting relegation-threatened Middlesbrough, and watch highlights from the Diamond League meeting in Doha on BBC Two.

13:00-14:00, Athletics – Qatar Diamond League highlights, BBC Two (repeated on BBC Red Button)

18:00-20:50, Football – Women’s Football Show, BBC Red Button (repeat)

20:00-22:00, Football – Chelsea v Middlesbrough, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live (build-up from 19:00)

22:00-22:30, Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy, BBC Radio 5 live

22:40-23:20, Motorsport – Bikes! Ulster Grand Prix, BBC One NI

22:45-23:15, Football – Match of the Day, BBC One (23:00-23:30, BBC One Scotland; 23:20-23:50, BBC One NI)

00:00-00:45, Rugby league – Super League Show, BBC One (North West, North East & Cumbria, Yorks & Lincs & Yorkshire)

Tuesday, 9 May

The race to Cardiff continues as BBC Radio 5 features the second leg of the Champions League semi-final between Juventus and Monaco, plus catch up on the latest Super League action on BBC Two.

09:30-14:30, Motorcycling – North West 200 practice, Connected TV and online

13:00-13:45, Rugby league – Super League Show, BBC Two (repeated on BBC Red Button)

19:00-22:30, 5 live Sport including updates on Juventus v Monaco (Champions League semi-final second leg), BBC Radio 5 live

22:45-23:45, Football – Football Abuse: The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game, BBC One (23:20, BBC Wales; not Scotland)

Wednesday, 10 May

One-Day Cup cricket continues on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra as Lancashire host Worcestershire, while the Champions League semi-finals conclude.

10:55-18:55, Cricket – Lancashire v Worcestershire, One-Day Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:05-21:00, Rugby league – Super League Show, BBC Red Button (repeat)

19:00-22:30, Football – 5 live Sport including updates on Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid (Champions League semi-final second leg), BBC Radio 5 live

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