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PSL 2021: Erin Holland is very disappointed

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Presenter Erin Holland is very disappointed after being left out of the Pakistan Super League commentator section this year.

“Very disappointed not to involve this year. I wish everyone all the best for what’s sure to be a huge tournament again,” said Erin Holland who had recently tied the knot with Quetta Gladiators player Ben Cutting.

However the former miss world Australia thanked everyone for the support and hoped to “see everyone again next year”.

The former PSL presenter had recently married Quetta Gladiators Ben Cutting earlier this month and was with him in last year’s PSL.

Holland was a notable exclusion from the list of commentary panel that has announced by the PSL.

This year’s commentary panel features the likes of former England captain-turned-commentator David Gower and others.

The commentary panel for the month-long event that starts at the National Stadium Karachi on Saturday, February 20. It has unveiled by the PCB on Wednesday.

The panel includes Pakistani commentators Bazid Khan, Ramiz Raja, Sana Mir and Urooj Mumtaz. It will also feature Urdu commentator Tariq Saeed and Sikandar Bakht who will be doing bi-lingual commentary.

Whereas Gower other foreign commentators to join the league are Simon Doull, Pommie Mbangwa, JP Duminy. Also Danny Morrison, Dominic Cork, and Alan Wilkins.

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