Former Australia captain Michael Clarke will feature as a commentator in Pakistan Super League, beginning later this month.
A total of 18 commentators will be part of the PSL panel this year including both major foreign and local names.
Ian Bishop is set to make a return to the panel along with Danny Morrison, Simon Doull, Pommie Mbangwa, Mark Butcher, Dominic Cork and Mike Haysman.
“Bishop will return to the HBL PSL for the second time after having called the 2017 season. Morrison is a well-known name among the local fans and a regular voice in the tournament while Doull has made trips to Pakistan not just for HBL PSL but also for various international series,” a statement from PSL said.
The PSL will also feature former Pakistani cricketers Ramiz Raja, Waqar Younis, Bazid Khan, Aamir Sohail, Urooj Mumtaz, Sana Mir and Marina Iqbal.
Presenters Erin Holland and Zainab Abbas will also return to the screen with Tariq Saeed and Ali Younis calling the games in Urdu.
“The HBL PSL production is set to maintain its standards of broadcasting this season as well. A total of 30 high-definition cameras, including the buggy cam will stream high-quality action to the HBL PSL fans around the world,” the statement added.
“Spidercam will not only bring dynamic angles to the TV audiences but it has also been upgraded with a microphone and speaker enhancement for conducting on-field player interviews during the matches.”
PSL also said that the Decision Review System will be available for all games while augmented reality graphics will also be featured during the broadcast.
The latest edition of the PSL is set to begin from February 17 with a clash between Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United.