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July 24, 2002
ECB.co.uk, powered by CricInfo.com, will be providing live audio commentary of the four match npower Test series between England and India.
The commentary, normally found on BBC Radio Four LW and BBC Radio Five Live Sports Extra, will be streamed live on ecb.co.uk, the official site of the England and Wales Cricket Board. The first broadcast will be on Thursday 25 July - the first day of the first npower Test Match against India.
The TMS team for the npower Series will include BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew, Indian Test legend Sunil Gavaskar, Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins.
Broadcasts will commence at 10.45am BST (9.45am GMT) - 11am BST on Saturdays - and run until the close of play, scheduled for 6.00pm BST.
CricInfo also provides an audio cricket bulletin and a report from every session of every Test match and One Day International from around the world on the new RealONE SuperPass service.
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