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Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
3.40 Motor sport
Cricket: Second Test
England v Australia
Comhill Insurance Test Series from Lord's. Third day's play as England try to end Australia's
"jinx" at cricket's headquarters. Australia have won 11 of the 29 Tests played at Lord's between the two great rivals, including victories in 1985 and 1989. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Jack Bannister , Ray Illingworth and Geoff Boycott.
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International Tournament from Eastbourne. The final of the women's traditional
Wimbledon warm-up event.
With the 100th Ladies' Singles Championships starting at Wimbledon on Monday,
Eastbourne is a useful guide to the players' form. Last year's tournament provided two surprise finalists when Lori McNeil beat her American compatriot Linda Harvey-Wild . McNeil is back to defend her crown but faces some stiff opposition from Argentina's former US Open champion Gabriela Sabatini,
Mary-Jo Fernandez and Zina Garrison from the United States.
Commentary by John Barrett and Virginia Wade.
2.00 Ritz Club Fern Hill Rated
2.30 Haagen Dazs Handicap Stakes (2m 45yds)
3.00 Grand Met Handicap Stakes(5f)
3.35 Southern Comfort Maiden Stakes (Old Mile)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Autotrader RAC British
Touring Car Championships from Brands Hatch - sixth round. Steve Soper set the early season pace with two victories in the first three races. German
Joachim Winkelhock is also a driver to watch out for, having already won at Donington this season. With commentary by Murray Walker.
Brief highlights of the second round of the US Open from Baltusrol in New Jersey. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
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