With the World Cup just under a month away, ITV have revealed their punditry line up for this summer's Russia showpiece. itv world cup pundits
Familiar faces such as Roy Keane, Lee Dixon and Ian Wright will be joined by Sky Sports analyst Gary Neville, former West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, Ireland manager Martin O'Neill as well as Patrice Evra.
Neville is seen as a massive coup for the broadcaster with the former United full back in demand in the lead up to the tournament, and it will be interesting to see how Neville is utilised in the ITV studio.
Celtic legend Henrik Larsson, Chelsea Ladies striker Eniola Aluko and Wales manager Ryan Giggs make up the rest of the roster, with former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg to be involved in ITV's set-up as well.
ITV will show 23 matches of the tournament with a further nine knockout games also set to be broadcast live.
Presenter Mark Pougatch will take on presenting duties alongside Jacqui Oatley with commentary from the likes of Clive Tyldesely, Jon Champion and Glenn Hoddle.
The BBC have also announced their line up for the tournament, which kicks off June 14th.
Here is the Beeb's full roster of analysts:
- Frank Lampard
- Rio Ferdinand
- Alan Shearer
- Pablo Zabaleta
- Jurgen Klinsmann
- Didier Drogba
- Mark Lawrenson
- Alex Scott
- Danny Murphy
- Martin Keown
- Phil Neville
Gabby Logan, Gary Lineker and Dan Walker will share presenting duties and commentating will be split between Kevin Kilbane, Guy Mowbray, Steve Wilson, Jonathan Pearce, Steve Bower, Simon Brotherton and Vicki Sparks, who becomes the first woman to commentate on a World Cup game for British television.