All 49 matches at the Cricket World Cup will be televised live and in High Definition featuring a commentary team that includes Shaun Pollock and Pommie Mbangwa.
All games featuring the Proteas will enjoy commentary in three languages – English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa – with extensive studio buildups featuring former international HD Ackerman as host.
Among SuperSport’s analysts will be big names like Kepler Wessels, Alviro Peterson, Morne van Wyk, Neil McKenzie, Robin Petersen, Ashwell Prince, Mfuneko Ngam, Monde Zondeki, Victor Mpitsang and Paul Harris.
The World Cup, which starts on 14 February and ends on 29 March, will be available on multiple platforms: television, online streaming and the Catch Up service with regular updates via the Blitz channel and social media.
In addition to behind-the-scenes coverage featuring on Blitz and in build-ups, SuperSport 2 will broadcast the ‘Cricket World Cup Special’ show on Fridays at 8pm for the duration of the tournament. It will be must-see television for cricket devotees.
Former international Mike Haysman will provide daily reports from Down Under while experienced Crystal Arnold will play the role of roving reporter, interviewing top-line guests like Mark Nicholas, Rahul Dravid, Tom Moody, Simon Doull and Ian Bishop.