The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on April 18 a 15-man commentary team for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which will be played in England.
And, while a few of the eminent commentators have been ostracised, quite a few former international cricketers will be making their commentary debuts during the eight-nation tournament, which will be played between June 1 and 18 this year.
The table below is that of the complete list of commentators who the TV audience from around the world can listen to:
|Ricky Ponting||Australia||Won two world cups as captain|
|Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||Led the Kiwis to the finals of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015|
|Graeme Smith||South Africa||Led the Proteas to the No. 1 Test ranking|
|Kumar Sangakkar||Srilanka||Led the Lankan Lions to the final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011|
|Sourav Ganguly||India||One of the successful Indian captains|
|Shane Warne||Australia||Second-fastest to 700 Test wickets|
|Michael Slater||Australia||Former Australian opening batsman|
|Nasser Hussain||England||Former England captain|
|Michael Atherton||England||Captained England in 54 Tests|
|Shaun Pollock||South Africa||Former South African captain|
|Sanjay Manjrekar||India||Former Indian batsman|
|Ian Bishop||West Indies||Former West Indies cricketer|
|Ramiz Raja||Pakistan||Former Pakistan captain|
|Simon Doull||New Zealand||Former New Zealand player|
|Athar Ali Khan||Bangladesh||Former Bangladeshi cricketer|
Who is your favourite commentator in the above list and who is your all-time favourite commentator?