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Last Updated: Wednesday, 11 August, 2004, 13:40 GMT 14:40 UK
Chiles to front MOTD 2
Match of the Day 2
Sundays, 2230 BST, BBC Two

Adrian Chiles will present Match of the Day 2, a new weekly football programme every Sunday on BBC Two.

As well as comprehensive highlights from Sunday's games, Match of the Day 2 will wrap up all the weekend's Premiership matches, taking in all the incidents, talking points and controversy.

Joining Adrian will be a range of pundits from the world of football, including the likes of Gordon Strachan and Gerard Houllier, with analysis of the weekend's action.

And every week we will also hear from the people that matter the most - the fans.

MOTD 2 editor Mark Demuth said: "MOTD 2 is an exciting new development and will be the ideal way to review the weekend's Premiership action.

"Not only will there be highlights of Sunday's big games, but we'll also look back at Saturday's action and take on the stories that are making the Monday morning headlines.

"Gordon Strachan will prove a huge asset to the show with his sharp analysis and insight. We can also expect that mix of wit and wisdom that football fans have become so familiar with."

The first programme launches on Sunday 15 August, with highlights from Goodison Park as Everton host champions Arsenal, and Manchester United's clash with big-spending Chelsea.

And comedian Kevin Day will be spending the opening day of the Premiership with Norwich director Delia Smith, as the Canaries take on fellow newly-promoted side Crystal Palace.

Match of the Day 2, every Sunday at 2230 BST on BBC Two.

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