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ESPN-STAR Sports schedule

MUMBAI, AUG. 31. ESPN-STAR Sports has programmed a simultaneous live telecast of the three match NatWest Challenge series between India and England to be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham (Sept. 1), Oval (Sept. 3) and Lord's (Sept. 5).

The telecast on all match days will begin with a feature `Taking Guard' and end with `Follow Through'.

Additional features include, Pitch Doctor, Ministry of Cricket, Mani Sir Ki Class (Maninder Singh), Shaz & Waz, Fly on the wall, Players Up Close & Personal Profile, Push Clean Facts, Hawk Eye and Match Up Zone.

The Hindi telecast on Star Sports will start and end with a feature `Voice Apki, choice, Apki'.

The sports channel has lined up a team comprising Sir Geoffrey Boycott, Sunil Gavaskar, Harsha Bhogle, Ravi Shastri, Michael Slater, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Alan Wilkins on ESPN and Shekhar Suman, Arun Lal, Maninder Singh, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis and former India off spinner Rajesh Chauhan on STAR Sports.

The telecast schedule for all three matches: 2. 30 p.m (Taking Guard on ESPN) and (Voice Apki, Choice Apki on Star Sports).

Live session: 3. 15 to 6. 45 p.m. and from 7. 30 onwards. — Our Special Correspondent

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