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Your guide to five huge days of sport and how to watch it all

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Five huge days of sporting action.

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There is some top-class sporting action on TV over the Bank Holiday weekend, from the Premier League to rugby, NFL and the start of the GAA Hurling Championship.

And here is how to watch it with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.

Thursday, April 28.

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The weekend starts early with Manchester United hosting Chelsea at Old Trafford on Thursday night.

The Red Devils need to win to keep alive their hopes of playing European football next season. Chelsea, meanwhile, are looking to secure their spot in the top four.

The Premier League game kicks off at 8 pm and you can stream it live with a NOW Sports Membership.

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Friday, April 29.

On Friday, the focus turns to American sport and the 2022 NFL Draft, which gets underway on Friday at 1 am Irish time and runs across the weekend.

You can stream the NFL Draft with a NOW Sports membership. While, with a NOW Sports Extra Membership, Munster face Cardiff Blues in the United Rugby Championship. Kick-off is at 7.30 pm.

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Saturday, April 30.

Newcastle United v Liverpool kicks off a massive day of sport on Saturday.

The Magpies have won four of their last five matches at St James' Park and will present a tough challenge for Jurgen Klopp's side. Liverpool must win to keep their title challenge going.

The Premier League game gets underway at 12:30 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

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Next up in the Premier League, Norwich City face Aston Villa. Kick-off at Carrow Road is at 3 pm, and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Extra membership.

The day's final game in the Premier League is between Leeds United and Manchester City at Elland Road, a match that could prove decisive at both ends of the table. Kick-off is at 5:30 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports membership.

GAA fans are also in for a treat on Saturday, as the Football Championships gets underway with a doubleheader on the NOW Sports Membership.

First up, Monaghan play Down in the Ulster Senior Football Championship, with kick-off at 4:30 pm. And then, at 6:30 pm, Dublin play Wexford in the Leinster Senior Football Championship as they begin their campaign to win back the Sam Maguire.

Saturday's action wraps up with the United Rugby Championship. The Stormers v Leinster gets underway at 5:15 pm, and Edinburgh v Ulster kicks off at 7:35 pm. You can stream both games with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Sunday, May 1.

Sunday's sport features three huge football matches. First up, Celtic play Rangers in a game that could decide the Scottish Premiership title race.

Celtic go into the game six points ahead of their rivals with four games remaining. If they beat Rangers at Celtic Park, they will all but seal the championship. Kick-off is at 12 pm and you can stream it live with a NOW Sports Membership.

The focus then switches to the Premier League, where Everton play Chelsea at 2 pm at Goodison Park. If Frank Lampard doesn't oversee a win against his former team, Everton will take one step closer to getting relegated from the top flight.

In the 4:30 pm kick-off, and at the other end of the table, West Ham United host Arsenal in a London derby. You can stream both Premier League games with a NOW Sports Membership.

Monday, May 2.

The weekend's sporting action wraps up at Old Trafford where Man United host Brentford, with kick-off at 7:45 pm. You can stream the Premier League game live with a NOW Sports Membership.

Stream the biggest sporting moments with NOW including all the action from the Premier League, Heineken Champions Cup, F1 and GAA Championship.