The ICC Announced A Line Up Commentators For ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019

The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced a distinguished lineup of commentators for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, as well as detailed schedules that bring more than a billion fans closer to the action and players than ever before.

The last man to win the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, Michael Clarke, will be sharing his ICC television commentary debut with some of the game’s most respected broadcasters including Nasser Hussain, Ian Bishop, Sourav Ganguly, Melanie Jones, Kumar Sangakkara and Michael Atherton. Alison Mitchell, Brendon McCullum, Graeme Smith and Wasim Akram.

Other big names to comment on the tournament include Shaun Pollock, Michael Slater, Mark Nicholas, Isa Guha, Pommie Mbangwa, Sanjay Manjrekar, Simon Doull, Ian Smith, Ramiz Raja, Athar Ali Khan and Ian Ward.

Nasser Hussain:

All over England and Wales there is anticipation of the upcoming cricket summer. This edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup promises to be the most entertaining so far, and I can not wait to be part of this event broadcast and witness the story first-hand.

Brendon McCullum:

Still the marquee in our sport, I have so many wonderful memories of World Cup cricket. 2015 was the culmination of a lot of hard work and I am pleased to be in another position this time – hopefully we have a lot of drama.

Kumar Sangakarra:

This will be a very special cricket summer in England and Wales and possibly the most competitive cricket world cup ever for ICC men. England hosts a great team, but there are several realistic rivals and we’re sure we’ll see some fantastic cricket games along the way.

Melanie Jones:

The anticipation of this year’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is huge among players and fans, and the round-robin format, in which each nation competes against each other and is supplemented with the strength of all ten teams, will undoubtedly become the most competitive and the most competitive World Cup ever, plus the chance of winning the World Cup for the first time, and it’s as thrilling as the opportunity for many.

Wasim Akram:

The upcoming Cricket World Cup has the same format as in 1992. It is the best format if the teams have more chances and I assume that all teams have equal chances to qualify for the semi-finals. Every four years there is a World Cup. The players wait and do their best to deliver an unforgettable performance. I hope that with the best players in the world to be seen here, we will face tough competition with top-of-the-line crime thrillers, great skills and unequaled moments.

Ian Bishop:

I am looking forward to the next weeks with great anticipation and expectation. It’s an honor to be part of the comment team that brings the stories, updates and analysis of the Cricket World Cup to wherever you are. This edition promises to be even more exciting and innovative than ever before, and it’s a great privilege to be part of the team that brings you.

ICC TV

ICC TV will be broadcasting all 48 games played on 46 days and for the first time every ten warm-up matches.

Viewers will be provided with state-of-the-art coverage including at least 32 cameras in each game, including eight ultra-motion Hawk-Eye cameras, front and rear view blunt cameras and a Spidercam.

For the first time in a World Cup cricket, the show will produce Piero’s 360 ° displays, which can be used to combine multiple camera feeds to create a stunning video that allows for in-depth analysis of big moments in the game.

Reporting is also complemented by a number of analytical and visual enhancements, including the use of player tracking. Broadcast tools such as Hawk-Eye are complemented by a detailed cricket data analysis system provided by the CricViz analytics app.

The drone camera provided by Batcam also offers stunning images of all venues in England and Wales. There will also be a wheeled buggy camera to track the operations from the ground up.

ICC TV is supported by production service partner Sunset + Vine and equipment service partner NEP Broadcast Solutions. Alston Elliott, the specialist in sports graphics, has developed a contemporary-style graphics package to visualize key findings and statistics throughout the coverage.

Aarti Dabas:

Director of Media Rights, Broadcasting and Digital said: “I am delighted to welcome such a talented team of broadcasters to ICC TV. They will bring the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup to life for more than a billion fans around the world.

“At this event, we’ve focused on bringing fans closer to cricket than ever, and our comprehensive host broadcast plan delivers that. Fans can enjoy unique insights from our commentators, complemented by an unprecedented analysis focus. This makes this production the most exciting World Cup show so far. “

ICC TV has also made arrangements to produce a variety of off-field content that will be distributed through the ICC TV Content Delivery Service to its broadcasters and other media rights partners. This content will include daily player profiles, team features, game previews, venue features, and other behind-the-scenes content that will provide fans with all the action around the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup close-up.

Information Source : ICC Official Website

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