7.6
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Match of the Day 2

Match of the Day 2

BBC One 2008

Match of the Day 2 (otherwise known as MOTD2) is a football highlights programme shown on BBC Two in the United Kingdom. It was created in 2004 when the BBC regained the right to broadcast Premier League highlights.Broadcast on Sunday evenings, usually later than 10 p.m., it is advertised as a "light-hearted look at the Premier League's action", referring to its more fan focused presentational style than the Saturday night version. Launched with an anchor of Adrian Chiles and analysis from two pundits. Adrian Chiles became popular in this role. In 2010 he was replaced by Colin Murray who left Channel 5 to take up the position at the beginning of the 2010/11 season and to also host the BBC World Cup coverage in 2010.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Match of the Day 2

Match of the Day 2 - S2017E3

#1 - MOTD2 - 27th August 2017 (Season 2017 - Episode 3)

Mark Chapman presents highlights of Liverpool v Arsenal, Tottenham v Burnley, West Brom v Stoke and Chelsea v Everton. There is also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's games.

The episode was rated 7.36 from 11 votes.

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Match of the Day 2 - S2017E1

#2 - MOTD2 - 13th August 2017 (Season 2017 - Episode 1)

Mark Chapman introduces the best action and reaction from the day's Premier League matches, plus all of the goals from the opening weekend. Last season's runners-up Tottenham travelled to newly promoted Newcastle, whose manager Rafael Benitez will be looking for a repeat of the extraordinary 5-1 win at St James's Park in 2016. Manchester United entertain West Ham at Old Trafford, where the visitors haven't won in the Premier League since Carlos Tevez gave them a 1-0 victory in 2007.

The episode was rated 7.00 from 14 votes.

Last updated: sep 30, 2022

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