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Dinesh Karthik Included In Commentary Panel For ‘The Hundred’

Dinesh Karthik Included In Commentary Panel For ‘The Hundred’
Dinesh Karthik (Credit: BCCI)

Dinesh Karthik is a part of the Sky Sports commentary panel for The Hundred. It released the list of commentators for the tournament and the KKR wicketkeeper-batsman will be a part of the team as well. With 100 days to go until the launch of The Hundred, Sky Sports revealed a line-up for its coverage of the summer’s blockbuster sporting event. Presenters Andrew Flintoff, Kass Naidoo, Zainab Abbas, and Jacqueline Shepherd will lead the coverage.

The Sky Sports team will offer viewers sensational coverage of The Hundred tournament. Coverage will include the build-up, live-action and post-match analysis, with all the action, drama, and entertainment live from cricket grounds across the UK. All women’s matches and a significant number of men’s games will be streamed live on the Sky Cricket YouTube channel.

Dinesh Karthik To Be A Part Of Commentary Team For The Hundred

A host of reputed cricketers from all over the world will be a part of the commentary panel for the tournament. Dinesh Karthik, Stuart Broad, Kevin Pietersen, Tammy Beaumont, Daren Sammy, Mel Jones, Wasim Akram, Lydia Greenway, and Kumar Sangakkara are some of the names in the list.

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The above-mentioned cricketers will join a league of former England cricketers who are working with Sky Sports for the coverage of The Hundred.

The team selected for The Hundred will join Sky regulars Nasser Hussain, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Rob Key, Ian Ward, David Lloyd, Nick Knight, Mike Atherton, and Mark Butcher.

The Hundred is cricket’s newest format that will see prominent players (both men and women) featuring in the tournament later this year in the English summer. It is a franchise-based 100-ball cricket event that was supposed to start last year in England.

“We are so excited to help launch this fantastic new tournament this summer. It’s going to be an incredible standard of cricket played at some of the best grounds in the world and everyone’s invited. Hopefully, the competition will inspire many girls and boys to pick up a bat and ball” Director of Sky Sports Cricket, Bryan Henderson said.

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