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Sky Sports Cricket – The former Sri Lanka captain, one of the greatest batsmen of all time, joins a star-studded line-up of legends that includes; former Australian captain Ricky Ponting, Indian spin bowler Harbhajan Singh and Pakistan legend Wasim Akram, during the summer.

In the studio and commentary box, regulars David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd, Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton, Sir Ian Botham, David Gower and Michael Holding will also be joined by former England Internationals Isa Guha and Ebony Rainford-Brent.

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Sangakkara said: “The lineup on Sky Sports Cricket this summer will be one to remember, with England facing some formidable rivals at home, we certainly won’t be short of talk. I’m looking forward to joining Sky Cricket. my old rivals Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton and bring fresh insights, analysis and opinion to the Commentary.”

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The schedule will undoubtedly bring drama and excitement as the best player in the world, India’s Virat Kohli, leads his side for five Tests, three ODIs and three T20s.

And with the ICC Cricket World Cup and The Ashes live and exclusively on Sky Sports 2019, the stakes are high for England’s five ODIs and T20 International against Australia – the last time the two teams meet before next year’s games.

Building on the momentum from last year’s World Cup victory, Sky Sports will show more women’s cricket than ever before including; England Women’s ODI at home and T20 Tri Series against South Africa and New Zealand and 12 games from the Kia Super League – all a big build-up to the T20 World Cup – Women on Sky Sports later this year.

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Sky Sports Director of Cricket Bryan Henderson said: “With some of the best players and teams in the world flying over, we hope to show audiences far and wide what Sky Sports can deliver across all platforms. We capture every ball in the best possible way. technology and innovation, including Spidercam and more games in UHD than ever before. And with our hugely talented line-up, audiences at home will have the best seat in the house.”

The action has already started on the Sky Sports Cricket channel, with the IPL season underway. Sky Sports will continue to show every match, allowing fans from around the world to enjoy the best of Indian cricket.

This summer, customers can also enjoy new and exclusive content on the Sky Sports Cricket channel. Following the award-winning Imran documentary, Sky Sports commissioned new documentaries including; Cricket in Mumbai, Viv Richards: The Master Blaster, Last Man Standing and Mind Games – a series that shows the mental side of cricket and sport.

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Non-Sky subscribers can follow all the action via the Sky Sports app, Sky Sports News and . Sky Sports is home to England cricket until 2024 and ICC events until 2023. Rob Key and James Franklin believe Adil Rashid’s decision to play only white-ball cricket for Yorkshire next season could start a trend in limited-overs contracts.

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Adil Rashid’s decision to focus on white-ball cricket and whether the red-ball game has a long-term future was discussed by Rob Key and James Franklin in the latest Sky Cricket podcast.

Rashid, who played the last of his 10 Tests in December 2016, will only play limited-overs cricket for Yorkshire in 2018: “At the moment I just feel white-ball cricket is where I’ll be at my best and have the most fun. and there I feel I can develop and offer a lot more,” he said.

Meanwhile, the spinner’s England teammate Jos Buttler said during an interview with Sky Sports that he can see a time when Twenty20 will be the only cricket format.

Download the Sky Cricket Podcast HERE as Key and Franklin discuss Rashid’s move and why he did it; if Test cricket is a dying game; and if they agree with Buttler…

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“He’s got almost 500 first-class wickets so his record matches up,” former New Zealand all-rounder Franklin said of Rashid.

“I have to say that Rash is a better bowler than Mason Crane because I have played with him a lot more and found him quite tricky. He has confused a lot of batsmen in his time.

“He was probably the toughest spinner I played against in county cricket apart from my compatriot, Jeetan Patel.

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“But I certainly understand that there are days in four-day cricket around the country where it gets quite monotonous and the T20 has more excitement, bigger crowds and more razzmatazz.”

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On whether Test cricket is in danger, the Middlesex man added: “It’s really strong in England, Australia and India, but everywhere else it’s not the game that people have a desire to see.

“Is there the concentration you want to watch and play four-day cricket? In 20 or 30 years, I think T20 will be cricket.” is the exclusive home of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Join now and be part of your team’s bid for glory with our best offer of just £10 a month for a full year without a contract.

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*£10 extra per month for 12 months. Warranty for Cricket channel only. 31 day notice period. The offer is forfeited upon cancellation. The offer ends on June 27. Available to all Sky TV customers. Bob Willis gives his assessment of England’s emphatic 211-run win over South Africa in the first Test at Lord’s, while we also hear from first-match winner Joe Root as captain, man-of-the-match. -pick up Moeen Ali and coach Trevor Bayliss.

, we hear Willis’s thoughts after a shocking fourth day in the Test that saw as many as 19 wickets fall!

Moeen took six of these – to finish with match figures of 10-112 – to help bowl South Africa out for 119 in their second innings and roll England to victory.

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“I haven’t seen a Lord’s pitch like it,” Willis said. “If this had been a county championship match the ground inspector might have been called in. But great entertainment.

“A vital toss for Root who won in his first match as captain. It was the difference between the two sides with the bat and Moeen with the ball.”

Willis also picks out South Africa’s struggles, believing Quinton de Kock is “wasted” so low down the order and saying they could be the worst Proteas team ever toured.

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We also hear from Root speaking to Michael Atherton in the post-match presentation, he talks about getting the monkey off his back with his 190 in his first innings as captain, while Moeen reflects on what he considers his best overall performance. for England.

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Additionally, Bayliss joins Ian Ward to reflect on his team’s performance,