The ILT-20 commentary panel declared: The matches will start on January 19 and will feature 17 pundits.

ILT-20 commentary panel

An impressive team of commentators has been unveiled for Season 2 of the ILT20 and Tournament by ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL), the league’s broadcast partners. There are three female and fourteen male pundits on this panel of 17 elite former players from across the globe. There will be commentary in Hindi and English.

Men's tennis players from Pakistan and India are among the panel of pundits.

The fourteen male pundits, including Alan Wilkins, Simon, Dol, Darren Ganga, Danny Morrison, and Niall O’Brien, will be joined by Viru (Virender Sehwag), Harbhajan Singh, Rohan Gavaskar, Saba Karim, Nikhil Chopra, Vivek Rajdan, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, and Shoaib Akhtar.

Anjum Chopra will also be included in ILT20 Commentary Panel.

Three female analysts will be on the panel in addition to Natalie Germanos, Reema Malhotra, a well-known sports broadcaster, and Anjum Chopra, the former captain of India.

The first game is scheduled for January 19.

The Sharjah Cricket Stadium will host a match between Champion Gulf Giants and Sharjah Warriors on Friday, January 19, to mark the start of the competition.


Ten GEC (General Entertainment Channel) networks of Zee, including And Pictures, And Pictures HD, Zee Cinema HD, Zee Anmol Cinema, Zee Ganga, Zee Cinemaalu HD, and Flix, Flix HD, and Zee Jeest, are where cricket fans can watch the action of DP World ILT20 Season 2. The matches will also be accessible via ZEE5, an over-the-top platform.

The evening session of the doubleheader bouts will begin.

The pre-match presentation will start at 7:30 PM Indian Standard Time, and all single matches will be televised live at that time. The afternoon match on doubleheader days will start at 4:00 PM IST.


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