Tour Down Under 2014 - TV schedule

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Tour Down Under 2014: TV schedule – how to watch the first WorldTour race of the season

Sky Sports show all six stages of Tour Down Under live

The first UCI WorldTour race of the season will kick off in the small hours of Tuesday January 21 – with all six stages of the Tour Down Under being shown live on Sky Sports.

Home favourites Cadel Evans (BMC Racing), Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEDGE), and Richie Porte (Team Sky) are among the favourites for the season-opening race in Adelaide.

Cadel Evans is racing the Tour Down Under for the first time since his 2011 Tour de France win (pic: Sirotti)

And if you plan on staying up, getting up early or perhaps are still suffering a sporting insomnia brought on by the Ashes and the Australian Open you can see the race unfold live.

Or, if you prefer your beauty sleep, there will be highlights available of every stage. See the full television details below.

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Stage one, Tuesday January 21

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 2am-4am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am, Sky Sports 2 at 12pm and 3pm
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 7pm and 10.30pm

Stage two, Wednesday January 22

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 2.30am-4.30am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am, Sky Sports 2 at 12pm and 3pm
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 7pm and 11pm

Stage three, Thursday January 23

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 2.30am-4.30am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am, Sky Sports 2 at 12pm.
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 7pm and 11.30pm

Stage four, Friday January 23

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 2.30am-4.30am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am, Sky Sports 2 at 12pm
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 6pm and 11:30pm

Stage five, Saturday January 24

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 12.30am-4.30am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am and 12pm.
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 5.30pm and 11.30pm

Stage six, Sunday January 25

Live: Sky Sports 1 at 1.30am-4.30am
Repeat: Sky Sports 3 at 8am, Sky Sports 2 at 12pm, Sky Sports 4 at 2.30pm
Highlights: Sky Sports 3 at 6.30pm, Sky Sports 2 at 10pm

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