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TV Listings for SKY SPORTS 2 on Sunday (02.04.2017)


06 00-07 00Sky Sports Classics
Sky Sports dips into its archives to bring you classic cricket action from 2007. New Zealand and Australia take to the field at Seddon Park in Hamilton for the third ODI.

07 00-08 50Live Super Rugby
Waratahs host Crusaders at the Allianz Stadium in Super Rugby. Crusaders are looking to continue a strong start that sees them go unbeaten in their first five matches. Also in HD

08 50-09 00Rugby Gold: Eng v NZ 2012
Relive England v New Zealand at Twickenham in 2012. The All Blacks went into the clash unbeaten that year, England searching for a first win over New Zealand at home in 10 years. Also in HD

09 00-09 30Sunil Gavaskar: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. Here the focus is on former India batsman Sunil Gavaskar. Also in HD

09 30-10 00Kapil Dev: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. Here the focus is on former India captain Kapil Dev. Also in HD

10 00-10 15A Head For Heights
A flashback to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where legendary diver Greg Louganis famously hit his head on the board while performing. He would go on to win two gold medals at the Games. Also in HD

10 15-10 30A Young Maverick
In 1989, amidst political turmoil in China, 17-year-old Michael Chang became the youngest man to win the French Open, and dedicated his win to Chinese people around the world. Also in HD

10 30-10 45Climbing To Glory
Following his 1987 Wimbledon victory, Pat Cash gave the sporting world one of its most famous celebrations, as he climbed through the crowd to embrace his coach Ian Barclay. Also in HD

10 45-11 00The Pioneer
A true trailblazer, Nawal El Moutawakel - the only woman in Morocco's delegation - won the Olympic 400m hurdles in 1984, opening the door for future Arab competitors at the Games. Also in HD

11 00-12 00Sporting Heroes: Daley Thompson
Former European and world champion sprinter Kriss Akabusi interviews his sporting idol, two-time Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete Daley Thompson. Also in HD

12 00-15 00Live SPFL: Hearts v Celtic
Hearts host Celtic at Tynecastle in the SPFL Ladbrokes Premiership. The task for Celtic is simple - a victory here, and they will become Scottish champions for a sixth straight season. Also in HD

15 00-17 15Live Real Madrid v Alaves
Real Madrid take on Alaves at the Santiago Bernabeu in La Liga. Real Madrid will extend their lead at the top of the table to five points with a win here. Also in HD

17 15-19 30Live Valencia v Deportivo
Valencia play Deportiva La Coruna at the Mestalla in Spain's La Liga. Both sides are looking to bounce back following defeats on their last league outings. Also in HD

19 30-21 40Ajax v Feyenoord
A big match from the Dutch Eredivisie as Ajax play Feyenoord at the Amsterdam ArenA in De Klassiekier. Ajax will cut the gap to table-topping Feyenoord to three points with a win. Also in HD

21 40-21 50Cricket Gold: NZ v Aus 2015
Take a look back to one of the most exciting World Cup matches played at Eden Park in Auckland in 2015 as co-hosts New Zealand and Australia went head to head. Also in HD

21 50-22 00Cricket Gold: NZ v SA 2015
Take a look back at New Zealand's run chase from one of the best ever World Cup semi-final contests: New Zealand v South Africa from Eden Park, Auckland in 2015. Also in HD

22 00-22 30Curtly Ambrose: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former West Indies bowler Curtly Ambrose. Also in HD

22 30-23 00Wasim Akram: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former Pakistan pace bowler Wasim Akram. Also in HD

23 00-02 35West Indies v Pakistan T20
West Indies host Pakistan in the fourth and final T20 at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago. This series precedes three ODIs and three Test matches between the two nations. Also in HD

02 35-02 45Cricket Gold: NZ v Aus 2015
Take a look back to one of the most exciting World Cup matches played at Eden Park in Auckland in 2015 as co-hosts New Zealand and Australia went head to head. Also in HD

02 45-03 00A Head For Heights
A flashback to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where legendary diver Greg Louganis famously hit his head on the board while performing. He would go on to win two gold medals at the Games. Also in HD

03 00-04 00Cricket Classic: T20 Final 2004
Relive the 2004 Twenty20 Cup final between Sussex and Hampshire.

04 00-04 30Adam Gilchrist: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former Australia batsman and wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist. Also in HD

04 30-05 00Steve Waugh: Cricket's Greatest
Series profiling some of the greatest cricketers of all time. This episode features a look at former Australia captain Steve Waugh. Also in HD

05 00-05 15Ian Poulter: Sporting Triumphs
A look back at some of sport's greatest triumphs. Here, Ian Poulter relives victory at the 2012 Ryder Cup with the 'Miracle at Medinah'. Also in HD

05 15-05 30Nasser Hussain: Sporting Triumphs
A look back at some of sport's greatest triumphs. Here, Nasser Hussain relives hitting a career-high 207 in the 1997 Ashes. Also in HD

05 30-05 45Thierry Henry: Sporting Triumphs
A look at France's triumphant UEFA Euro 2000 campaign, as they became only the second country to be both World and European Champions, with Thierry Henry playing a crucial role. Also in HD

05 45-06 00Ricky Hatton: Sporting Triumphs
Ricky Hatton looks back at defeating overwhelming favourite Kosta Tszyu, to become IBF Light Welterweight champion and announce his arrival at boxing's top table. Also in HD

06 00-07 00Flintoff: The Ashes 2005
A chance to relive the fourth Test in the 2005 Ashes series at Trent Bridge. Andrew Flintoff's first-innings century helped England move within one victory of regaining the Ashes urn.