STAR Cricket unveils presentation for India- England cricket series
Srinagar, Nov 15: ESPN STAR Sports, Asia’s leading sports broadcaster, on Thursday announced that STAR Cricket, the definitive 24 hour cricket network, will unveil a brand new presentation of the India England cricket series in Hindi. To build up this unique offering, the sports broadcaster has lined-up a mouth-watering list of experts who will do commentary as well as studio analysis on every match day.
The list includes Indian bowling legend and the 1983 World Cup winning captain, Kapil Dev, former Pakistan opener and captain, Ramiz Raja, the flamboyant and colourful Test batsman, Navjot Singh Sidhu, former Indian captain and batsman Saurav Ganguly, Test cricketer Arun Lal and noted cricket journalist Ayaz Memon amongst others.
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