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Arnab Goswami to lead IPL finale debate on Star Sports

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MUMBAI: Prior to the IPL finale, viewers will witness an interesting debate led by Republic World co-founder, MD and editor-in-chief and TV most prolific face Arnab Goswami. The theme of the debate is who will win the world’s toughest finals? The show will see cricket experts led by team Dean Jones, Kumar Sangakkara, Darren Sammy against team Scotty Styris, Brett Lee and Anil Kumble to predict the winner of Vivo IPL 2018. Jones and Styris will play against each other in aT20 format and collaborate with Republic TV.

It will be a one hour show that will go be aired on Star Sports 1/HD, Star Sports 2/HD, Star Sports Select 1 (HD), Hotstar as well as on Republic TV.  

Speaking on this debate, Jones said “Kumar Sangakkara and Darren Sammy are both extremely professional individuals. We are going to debate and prove why my team is going to win in this season of Vivo IPL. We will spend time going through analytics and the Red Book in detail. Kumar Sangakkara is a lawyer and Daren Sammy won two T20 world cup championships and is one of the best players of all time. So we are going to WIN THIS for sure!”

Commenting on that, Styris responded, “The debate is going to be awesome! Dean Jones is going to lead one team and I am going to lead another with my team-mates Anil Kumble and Brett Lee, with the idea being that we debate all sections of the game – the powerplay, the middle overs and in the death. We will try and break it down into three experts in each time with the idea to prove why our team will win the Vivo IPL. I’ve got Anil Kumble and Brett Lee on my team who are the most knowledgeable cricketers I have met and I look forward to taking on Dean Jones’s team – who know nothing!”

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