Brett Lee to offer his experties on Times Now's 'League of Champions'

MUMBAI: Times Now ropes in Brett Lee for its show League of Champions. Times Now brings the world’s fastest bowler up close and personal to all viewers with an exciting contest which will give them a chance to face his deliveries upfront.

League of Champions, the special show on ICC Champions Trophy, will showcase Lee's review of the match from the midst of all the action, straight from the cricket field. Everyday the game is analyzed by experts in the studio like Sanjay Manjrekar, a test double-centurion and the world famous commentator and ex-chairman of selectors of the Indian Cricket Team, Kiran More, according to an official statement.

Winner of the Wisden Young Cricketer of the Year Award, Brett is admired in the cricketing world for his never-say-die attitude and brave performances with both the bat and the ball. Commenting on the association with Lee Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami said, “Brett Lee is not only the world’s fastest bowler, but also one of the most dynamic personalities in world cricket. Times Now viewers enjoy his candid analysis on television.”

The channel has been hosting contests for the viewers wherein one can win right from premium tickets to ICC Champions Trophy cricket matches to cricket balls personally autographed by Brett Lee or even a personal appointment with the bowler. The audience can SMS LEE to 8888!, informs the release.

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