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Asia Cup 2022 Commentators: The 15th edition of the Asia Cup cricket tournament is scheduled to play during August and September 2022 in the United Arab Emirates.
As per Asia Cup 2022 schedule, the first match will be played between Sri Lanka and Afghanistan in Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai. The Super 4 is scheduled to kickstart from September 3 while the final match is scheduled to play on September 11 in Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Cricket Commentators will play a key role in creating a momentum in the game particularly towards the end of each match. For the increased interest in commentating department, the broadcasters have announced a different set of commentators for various regional languages across India.
Though we have created a separate post for Asia Cup 2022 Ticket booking procedure and Asia Cup 2022 live streaming we have listed the Commentators for Asia Cup 2022 below. Following are the details of Asia Cup 2022 Commentators for available regional languages:
Asia Cup 2022 Commentators – Hindi
Famous commentators including Sanjay Manjrekar and Ravi Shastri have been named in the Hindi commentators list for Asia Cup 2022. Following are the details of the Asia Cup 2022 Commentators for Hindi:
Asia Cup 2022 Commentators – English
Ravi Shastri who was named in Asia Cup 2022 Hindi Commentators have also been named in Asia Cup 2022 English commentators list. Following are the details of Asia Cup 2022 Commentators for English:
|Russel Arnold||Sri Lanka|
|Scott Styris||New Zealand|
|Athar Ali Khan||Bangladesh|
Asia Cup 2022 Venues
Dubai and Sharjah will host the Asia Cup 2022. A total of 13 matches are scheduled to play across these two stadiums. The final match will be played in Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai.
|Stadium||Capacity||No. of Matches Scheduled to Play|
|Dubai International Cricket Stadium||25,000||10|
|Sharjah Cricket Stadium||16,000||3|
Asia Cup Winners List
With seven titles (six ODI and one T20I), India is the most successful team in the Asia Cup. Sri Lanka is the second most successful team, with five trophies. Sri Lanka has played the most Asia Cups (14) followed by India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh who have played 13 each.
|1986||Sri Lanka||Pakistan||ODI||Sri Lanka|
|1997||Sri Lanka||India||ODI||Sri Lanka|
|2004||Sri Lanka||India||ODI||Sri Lanka|
|2010||India||Sri Lanka||ODI||Sri Lanka|
TBA – To Be Announced