ESPNcricinfo To Provide Extensive Coverage of ICC Champions Trophy

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ESPNcricinfo To Provide Extensive Coverage of ICC Champions Trophy

ESPNCRICINFO To Provide Extensive Coverage of ICC Champions Trophy, Including Video Highlights

  • In-depth coverage of international One Day tournament will feature in-progress, pre-match and post-match video highlights
  • Video will sit alongside ESPNcricinfo’s market-leading cricket coverage, with eight correspondents across all three venues bringing fans the latest updates, expert analysis, ball-by-ball coverage and much more

ESPNcricinfo, the world’s leading digital cricket brand, will provide in-play video highlights as part of its extensive coverage of the ICC Champions Trophy, which starts on Thursday 1 June as England face Bangladesh at The Oval.

On ESPNcricinfo’s site and app, fans will get comprehensive video, news, information, features and analysis from an unmatched line-up of cricket journalists, experts and former players throughout the tournament, which reaches a climax with the final on Sunday 18 June at The Oval.

During the ICC Champions Trophy, ESPNcricinfo will feature near-live clips streamed directly into the commentary feed within a minute of every boundary, wicket and notable incident. The in-play content will be complemented by end-of-innings and match highlights packages.

England and Wales are hosting this year’s tournament and ESPNcricinfo will take fans closer to the game than ever before, with eight correspondents across the three venues, covering news, views, statistics and analysis from each of the 15 matches.

The match highlights will be accompanied by additional video coverage including roving reports that offer fans a taste of the atmosphere direct from the venues, Facebook Live updates from correspondents, ESPNcricinfo’s popular user-driven Q&A show #PoliteEnquiries, as well as the on-site reaction to breaking news.

Fans will also be able to follow ESPNcricinfo’s daily studio show, featuring pre-, mid- and post-match analysis from a celebrated team of pundits such as former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming; Australia fast bowler Shaun Tait, and India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar. The show will incorporate updates from reporters at venues, and press conference footage.

Every match of the tournament will be covered by ESPNcricinfo’s fully interactive live scorecard and renowned ball-by-ball commentary service, incorporating stats updates, latest breaking news, reader feedback and unrivalled insight into the unfolding action.


Oliver Clarke

Ollie first joined ESPN in 2016 from the University of Birmingham. Ollie looks after all things direct-to-consumer in EMEA. This includes, but not limited to, customer acquisition and retention, programming, customer life cycle management and communications.
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