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Sky Sports introduces Hindi commentary for Cricket World Cup

Sky Sports introduces Hindi commentary for Cricket World Cup
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Sky Sports offers an alternative Hindi commentary for the remaining stages of the Cricket World Cup.

Sky Sports is to offer an alternative commentary Hindi for the remainder of the Cricket World Cup.

The bonus option became available today for India's semi-final victory over Australia, with English language commentary on the Sky Sports Cricket channel and Hindi commentary on Sky Sports Arena.

Hindi audio will also be available for Thursday's second semi between South Africa and Australia, as well as Sunday's final in Ahmedabad.

Sky is taking the global feed from host broadcaster Star Sports for the tournament and is taking up the Hindi commentary after being offered it for the first time.

Coverage of the final will get underway on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event at 7.30am UK on Sunday, with Hindi coverage on Sky Sports Mix from 8.20am ahead of the match starting at 8.30am.

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