T20 World Cup 2021: The International T20 World Cup is just a week away from the beginning. However, the warm-up games and the qualification matches have already begun in the UAE.
Moreover, the T20 World Cup 2021 will make a comeback after five long years. The last time T20 World Cup was played was in 2016. And it has already been five long years of gap between the last World Cup.
However, India has the hosting rights for this World Cup since the one in Australia has been shifted to next year. The BCCI decided to move the T20 World Cup 2021 to the UAE and Oman due to coronavirus risk in India.
The UAE cricket Board and the Oman cricket board are excited to host the T20 World Cup 2021. Moreover, it would be the first time that these two countries will host the T20 World Cup in the history of cricket.
However, it will also be a very important tournament for many players individually. Moreover, this will be the last T20 World Cup wherein Virat Kohli will be seen captaining team India. The legendary batsman will then step down from the captaincy.
India, West Indies, and England are favourites for this World Cup. They are a quality side with various talented individuals in their respective squads. Moreover, West Indies has a special powerhouse squad that contains all possible power hitters.
T20 World Cup 2021: ICC announces the commentary panel
The T20 World Cup 2021 will be more visually appealing as well as hearing. It is more important to have a sane cameraman and back-end team as it is for the commentary panel. The ICC has announced the commentary panel for the World Cup.
However, many new and surprising names with certain popular names are being taken out. Former West Indies international Darren Sammy will be making his way as the commentator though he is not popular at all.
Moreover, sane voices like Sunil Gavaskar, Harsha Bhogle and Naseer Hussain will be the main trio. The above trio is the sanest voice in cricket and their commentary is by everyone in the cricketing fraternity.
However, recently retired Dale Steyn will also be available with Murali Kartik, Anjum Chopra, Alan Wilkins. Moreover, even Shane Watson who recently went on to retire from all forms of cricket will be part of the commentary panel of the ICC.
Full list of the members in the commentary panel
Ian Bishop, Shane Watson, Dale Steyn, Sunil Gavaskar, Daren Sammy, Nasser Hussain. Anjum Chopra, Danny Morrison, Russel Arnold, Mark Nicholas, Niall O’Brien, Harsha Bhogle.
Michael Atherton, Natalie Germanos, Simon Doull, Murali Kartik, Bazid Khan.Alan Wilkins, Athar Ali Khan, Preston Mommsen, Pommie Mbangwa.