Here is the list of all commentators for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019

So commentary and commentators are an integral part of any game that is played in our densely populated world, be it the game of football, basketball or cricket, which is all set to light the world up with its own carnival, notably the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. The commentary makes the game come alive, giving you updates of the current situation, where each of the two teams playing the match stands currently, who has the better chance of winning and even some off the screen shenanigans from the commentators giving people who are watching the matches a good time all around. With that in mind, ICC has officially announced the list of the commentator’s squad which will be present the world cup from the commentary box. These include the following.

  • Nasser Hussain,
  • Michael Clarke (England)
  • Ian Bishop (West Indies)
  • SouravGanguly (India)
  • Melanie Jones (Australia)
  • Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)
  • Michael Atherton(England)
  • Alison Mitchell ( England)
  • Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
  • Graeme Smith (South Africa)
  • WasimAkram (Pakistan)
  • Shaun Pollock (South Africa)
  • Michael Slater (Australia)
  • Mark Nicholas (England)
  • Michael Holding (West Indies)
  • Isa Guha (England)
  • PommieMbangwa (Zimbabwe)
  • Sanjay Manjrekar (India)
  • HarshaBhogle (India)
  • Simon Doull (New Zealand)
  • Ian Smith (New Zealand)
  • Ramiz Raja (Pakistan)
  • Athar Ali Khan (Bangladesh)
  • Ian Ward (England)

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So there we have our 24 men and woman commentary squad for the upcoming Cricket Carnival set to lit the world. It is worth mentioning that a lot of cricketing legends such as Michael Holding, Ramiz Raja, Graeme Smith, WasimAkram, Kumar Sangakkara, Brendon McCullum and SouravGanguly will all be present to compare their experience with the modern day game giving us some really nice pointers along the way. On top of that, there will be 3 women commentators as well which will also be good for the game, as women all around the world will be happy to see the female representation in such a mega-level event. With that in mind, the World Cup is just around the corner and we wish every team good luck and hope that Pakistan can once again pull off something surprising and extraordinary. The World Cup will start from 30th May 2019, with all the teams currently playing warm-up series, we can be sure that when the bells of the World Cup ring, all the teams will be prepared to give it there all.

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