Former South African cricketer JP Duminy will be seen on the world feed for the first time as he will be making his debut as a commentator with IPL 2020.
Sky Cricket Commentators 2020: The SportsRush present before you a list of commentators working at Sky Sports this summer. The ongoing West Indies’ tour of England will go down as an exemplary series of cricket as it has resumed international cricket amidst the novel COVID-19 pandemic.
IPL 2021 will restart from October 19 in the UAE after rising Covid-19 cases postponed the tournament mid-way through the season. The change in schedule has caused a change in the commentary list too: here’s the full list of commentators for the second half IPL 2021.
Former South Africa international JP Duminy will be making his IPL commentary and is eagerly awaiting the tournament opener between MI and CSK.
Gayle leaves IPL to 'mentally refresh' ahead of T20 World Cup. Chris Gayle has left his IPL stint with Punjab Kings in order to "mentally recharge and refresh" ahead of the T20 World Cup.
Sky Cricket Commentators 2021. A primary reason behind keeping the viewers engaged on a rain-affected Day 3 was the quality of analysis on Sky Sports Cricket. Much like BBC’s star-studded commentary panel, Sky Cricket also have an equally popular commentary panel.
According to a Mumbai Mirror report, the seven commentators that have made the cut for the IPL 2020 are Sunil Gavaskar, L Sivaramakrishnan, Murali Kartik, Deep Dasgupta, Rohan Gavaskar, Harsha Bhogle and Anjum Chopra. The commentators will be divided into three panels and will be placed in two bio-secure bubbles, one in Dubai and one in Abu Dhabi.