Sky Cricket Commentators 2021: The SportsRush present before you a list of commentators working at Sky Cricket in 2021.
The ongoing first Test match between England and New Zealand at the Lord’s has kick-started international summer season in England. Other than hosting New Zealand for two Test matches, England are scheduled to host Pakistan and Sri Lanka for white-ball matches and India for five Tests this summer.
In addition to the aforementioned bilateral series against high-profile teams, ECB (England Cricket Board) will also be conducting all their domestic tournaments including the all-exciting and novel “The Hundred”.
Coming back to the first Test against New Zealand, debutant visiting batsman Devon Conway scored a double century to start his Test career in the best possible manner. Had it not been for rain playing spoilsport on the third day of the first Test, the match would’ve been in a fascinating phase by now.
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. It is worth mentioning that it is Sky Sports’ feed which is televised by the Sony Network in India.
Former England captains in Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain, former England batsmen in David Lloyd, Mark Butcher and Robert Key, former England Women’s batter Ebony Rainford-Brent, former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding, former New Zealand fast bowler Simon Doull and former Sri Lanka captain and current MCC President Kumar Sangakkara are the voices which are being heard on Sky Sports Cricket in this two-match Test series.
Plus, has his say on the Graham Thorpe-esque Devon Conway and England’s decision not to pick a frontline spinner ❌ pic.twitter.com/GozPYbYAuR
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) June 3, 2021
Hope , just hope!! that the Indian viewers get access to these master classes and not just the broadcast of the game. The cross sections of cricket viewing and playing community would benefit so much from such education.
— Mask up and take your vaccine🙏🙏🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) June 3, 2021
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