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    England Test Tour of Pakistan 2022 - Broadcast thread

    Sky in the UK will be showing.

    Each day of each Test will start at 5am UK time with build-up from 4.30am on Sky Sports Cricket.


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    I will be in Karachi and aim to see the third test at the National Stadium

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    I will be in Karachi and aim to see the third test at the National Stadium
    Me too. In Sha ALLAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza619 View Post
    I will be in Karachi and aim to see the third test at the National Stadium
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny_majoka View Post
    Me too. In Sha ALLAH
    Awesome! Hope all goes well.


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    Nasser Hussain and now Athers also looking forward to working out of Pakistan



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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post

    pbly the three best commentators, nass and ath for analysis and gower for his calming voice. unfortunately it'll pbly get balanced by bazid khan. only decent pak commentator is sikander bakht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElRaja View Post
    pbly the three best commentators, nass and ath for analysis and gower for his calming voice. unfortunately it'll pbly get balanced by bazid khan. only decent pak commentator is sikander bakht.
    Come on bro are you not looking forward to Wasim Akramís long meandering stories and the laughing at his own punchlines ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Come on bro are you not looking forward to Wasim Akram’s long meandering stories and the laughing at his own punchlines ?
    lord no, its amazing how bad a commentator he is, the amusing thing is he assumes its cos his english ain't perfect, not cos he's a terrible comm. the state of commentary around the world, even in football, is shocking, need to go back to having at least some broadcast journalists doing commentary as opposed to former players.

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    Former England captains and leading broadcasters David Gower, Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain will call action in the historic three-match Test series between Pakistan and England in December.

    While Gower has commentated in Pakistan during the HBL Pakistan Super League and the recent seven-match T20I series between Pakistan and England, this will be the first instance of Atherton and Hussain touring Pakistan as broadcasters through PCB’s official partnership with Sky Sports UK.

    The Pakistani voices in the commentary panel are former Test cricketers Bazid Khan, Waqar Younis and Urooj Mumtaz.
    Last edited by Saj; 29th November 2022 at 02:35.


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    The English commentators are all class. Bazid is ok, and Urooj, in a non-t20 context is an ever improving commentator and analyst. This is a pretty good panel all things considered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    What about the rest of Europe apart from the UK?

    PCB should be targetting Rogers, Bell in Canada and other major tv networks in the US

    What about South America? China, Japan e.t.c?

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    Is Gower going with Sky?!

    Edit: Shame Sky won't be taking their own broadcast team
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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Former England captains and leading broadcasters David Gower, Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain will call action in the historic three-match Test series between Pakistan and England in December.
    Excellent choices, couldnít have picked a better trio to represent English broadcasting in this series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Former England captains and leading broadcasters David Gower, Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain will call action in the historic three-match Test series between Pakistan and England in December.

    While Gower has commentated in Pakistan during the HBL Pakistan Super League and the recent seven-match T20I series between Pakistan and England, this will be the first instance of Atherton and Hussain touring Pakistan as broadcasters through PCB’s official partnership with Sky Sports UK.

    The Pakistani voices in the commentary panel are former Test cricketers Bazid Khan, Waqar Younis and Urooj Mumtaz.
    Mixed bag of comms.

    Some parts worth listening to, others worth muting.


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    Barmy Army has arrived in Islamabad. It would be great fun to watch along with them but unfortunately tickets sale has been very poor so far. People are reluctant to buy tickets for pindi test mainly due to lack of facilities at the stadium.


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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Excellent choices, couldn’t have picked a better trio to represent English broadcasting in this series.
    It's a shame that Bumble isn't out there.

    He loves Pakistan and Pakistan cricket.

    Would have been great to listen to him.


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    BBC’s iconic Test Match Special will provide commentary on England men’s three-Test tour to Pakistan, which commences in Rawalpindi on Thursday. The TMS, now in its 65th year, had also provided commentary on England’s last tour to Pakistan in 2005, while it also covered the series in 2012 and 2015 when it was staged in the United Arab Emirates.

    The TMS team travelling to Pakistan comprises some of the most respected and influential voices in cricket, including correspondent and former England fast bowler Jonathan Agnew, legendary Pakistan fast bowler Waqar Younis, former England spinner Vic Marks, who also toured Pakistan with England in 1984, World Cup winner Alex Hartley; along with commentators Simon Mann.
    Last edited by MenInG; 30th November 2022 at 15:50.


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    No DRS, no ball speeds - what is happening?


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