Zainab Abbas, a celebrated Pakistani cricket presenter, is poised to participate in the ICC World Cup 2023, commencing in India on October 5.
On X, formerly referred to as Twitter, Zainab Abbas expressed her humility at the opportunity to be a presenter in India for the Cricket World Cup 2023.
Zainab expressed her thoughts on X, saying, “There has always been a sense of curiosity about what lies on the other side. We share more cultural similarities than differences, and though we may be rivals on the field, there’s camaraderie off it. We speak the same language, share a love for art, and find ourselves in a country with a billion people. I’m here to represent, create content, and bring in expertise from the best in the business. I’m truly humbled to have the opportunity to present at the Cricket World Cup 2023 in India for the @ICC once again. This six-week journey away from home begins now.”
Previously, the International Cricket Council (ICC) unveiled the commentary panel for the upcoming World Cup 2023 in India, which is set to kick off next month, on a Friday. Pakistan’s Ramiz Raja and Waqar Younis have also been included in the panel.
The commentary box will welcome back Nasser Hussain, Ian Smith, and Ian Bishop, known for their iconic commentary during the England vs. New Zealand World Cup final in 2019.
The upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 will be held in India, featuring ten teams competing at ten different venues for the highly esteemed title.
The tournament is scheduled to run from October 5 to November 19. The tournament will begin and end at the prestigious Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
The competition will follow a round-robin format, with all participating teams playing a total of 45 matches.