As India tackle Australia within the grand finale of the ODI World Cup 2023, the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled the listing of elite commentators panel for the marquee conflict.
The acquainted foes will conclude their World Cup marketing campaign like they began it, towards one another, and not one of the 130,000-odd seats on the Narendra Modi Stadium shall be empty on Sunday, November 19.
The hosts, India, have maintained an undefeated streak with 10 wins out of 10 heading into the much-awaited recreation.
In the meantime, Australia’s journey to the CWC 2023 ultimate took a flip as they initially misplaced their first two video games with a giant margin. Nonetheless, the five-times champion got here again strongly, embarking on a dominating unbeaten run that propelled them to the ultimate.
In anticipation of the extremely awaited title conflict, the ICC has revealed the star-studded commentary panel, that includes distinguished voices resembling Ravi Shastri and Harsha Bhogle, alongside former cricketers Nasser Hussain and Ricky Ponting.
Ravi Shastri, a well-recognized presence in vital cricketing moments, was on commentary responsibility throughout India’s final World Cup victory at house in 2011. His iconic strains, “Dhoni finishes off in model, India elevate the World Cup after 28 years,” have develop into etched within the annals of historical past. Shastri witnessed the then India captain MS Dhoni’s memorable six over long-on towards Sri Lanka, sealing a monumental World Cup win after practically three a long time.
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Moreover, Shastri was additionally a part of the commentary group when the Dhoni-led aspect secured victory within the inaugural version of the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa in 2007.
Right here’s the whole listing of commentators for CWC 2023 ultimate:
Kass Naidoo, Ravi Shastri, Ricky Ponting, Ian Smith, Sanjay Manjrekar, Aaron Finch, Nasser Hussain, Harsha Bhogle, Dinesh Karthik, Matthew Hayden, Eoin Morgan, Ian Bishop, Shane Watson, Sunil Gavaskar, Mark Howard