TV Pundit Line-up For Tonight's World Cup Games

TV Pundit Line-up For Tonight's World Cup Games
By Eoin Lyons Updated

Here's a quick guide to which pundits are being flown in to cast their expert opinions on tonight's round of World Cup matches for their respective TV stations.

RTE Two

16:30 Mexico v Cameroon:  Presented by Darragh Maloney, with analysis by Liam Brady and Ronnie Whelan, and commentary by Stephen Alkin and Jim Beglin.

19:30 Spain v Netherlands: Presented by Darragh Maloney, with analysis by Liam Brady and Ronnie Whelan, and commentary by Peter Collins and Trevor Steven.

23:30 Chile v Australia: Presented by Bill O'Herlihy, with analysis by John Giles and Richie Sadlier, and commentary by Adrian Eames and Brian Kerr.

 

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BBC

19:30 Spain v Netherlands: Presented by Gary Lineker, with commentary by Steve Wilson and Mark Lawrenson, and analysis by Rio Ferdinand, Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer.

ITV

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16:00 Mexico v Cameroon: Presented by Adrian Chiles, with commentary by Sam Matterface and Clarke Carlisle, and analysis by Fabio Cannavaro, Glenn Hoddle and Patrick Vieira.

23:35 Chile v Australia: Matt Smith presents, with commentary by Joe Speight and Lee Dixon, and analysis by Gus Poyet, Gordon Strachan and Ian Wright.

Hat-tip: entertainment.ie

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