The International Cricket Council (ICC) has disclosed the elite panel of commentators for the much-anticipated Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Final. The grand finale, set to take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium on November 19, will witness India and Australia battling for the prestigious title.
World-Class Commentators to Enrich the Viewing Experience
The commentary box will be graced by the presence of cricket legends and experts including Kass Naidoo, Ravi Shastri, Ricky Ponting, Ian Smith, Sanjay Manjrekar, Aaron Finch, Nasser Hussain, Harsha Bhogle, Dinesh Karthik, Matthew Hayden, Eoin Morgan, Ian Bishop, Shane Watson, Sunil Gavaskar, and Mark Howard. This esteemed panel is set to deliver top-notch coverage of the final match, enhancing the viewing experience for cricket fans worldwide.
Ravi Shastri to Electrify the Toss
The toss, a crucial moment in every cricket match, will be made even more thrilling with the iconic voice of Ravi Shastri. Additionally, the expert insights from Nasser Hussain and Sanjay Manjrekar will provide an in-depth understanding of the pitch conditions at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Officials for the Grand Finale Confirmed
The ICC has also confirmed the officials for the final showdown. Richard Illingworth and Richard Kettleborough will serve as the on-field umpires, with Joel Wilson acting as the third umpire. Chris Gaffaney will be the fourth umpire, while Match Referee Andy Pycroft will supervise the proceedings of the CWC23 Final.
A Rematch of the 2003 World Cup Final
The final match will be a thrilling rematch of the 2003 World Cup, with India and Australia once again vying for the title. The Indian team, hosting the tournament, has been in formidable form, boasting a flawless record of 10 victories in 10 matches.
Australia’s Remarkable Comeback
Despite a shaky start with two initial losses, Australia has made a remarkable comeback. They have embarked on an unbeaten run, showcasing their dominance and securing their spot in the final.