Border-Gavaskar Trophy Set For Live Radio Broadcasts
SEN is set to provide coverage of the 2023 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which will include a comprehensive look into the teams, players and strategies on both sides.
Fans can expect in-depth interviews with players, expert analysis on team selections, and a behind-the-scenes look at the players’ preparation.
SEN’s coverage will not only bring fans closer to the action, but also provide a unique perspective on the cultural and historical significance of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
With SEN’s extensive coverage, fans can look forward to a truly immersive experience as they follow every moment of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series, whether they’re tuning in on the radio, streaming on the SEN app, or following updates on social media.
Commenting on SEN covering the series, SEWN content manager, Julian Bayard, said: “This is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated series over the summer of cricket, and we are thrilled that our team will be on the ground in India to call all the action.”
“We have assembled some of the biggest names in the business who will provide both Australian and Indian fans all the insights and analysis throughout the series,” he said.
Commentator, Adam Collins, added: “For a generation of players and fans, this series was seen as the Final Frontier for Australian cricket, and it will be no different for Pat Cummins’ side in conditions that will challenge every discipline throughout each session of this marquee contest.”
“So, there can be no better time for SEN to visit India for the first time after covering every ball of Australia’s tours to Pakistan and Sri Lanka last year,” he said.