Australia's last World Cup-winning skipper Michael Clarke will make his debut in ICC TV commentary. I know nothing lasts forever and, hopefully, I can give them a few more games.
Meanwhile, the broadcast will also produce 360 degrees replays for the first time in World Cricket. I have not done gym for some time.
Veteran West Indies opener Chris Gayle believes mental toughness, rest and proper management of his body will be key to his success in his fifth ICC 50 overs World Cup which bowls off in England at month end. "Hosts England have a great team but there are several realistic contenders and we are sure to see some wonderful cricket along the way". The round-robin format pitting each nation against each other, added with the strength of all ten teams, will no doubt result in the most competitive and closely fought World Cup to date.
The 10 teams in the tournament will play against each other in a single-league format, with the top four sides after 45 matches to qualify for the two semi-finals. "Now the World Cup is coming up, and that is another opportunity for us to turn things around".
The Windies play their two official warm-up matches in Bristol against South Africa on May 26 and New Zealand two days later, before facing Pakistan at Trent Bridge in their opening World Cup fixture on May 31.
If Gayle shows up in similar form during the World Cup, it could spell ominous signs for teams around the world.
The coverage will also be complemented with a variety of analytical and visual enhancements including the use of Player Tracking. There will be a roving Buggy Cam as well, for a ground-level view of an ongoing game. "I could never dream of playing so many World Cups but it has happened".