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isa guha cricket
  • BBC Cricket Presenter/Commentator since 2020

  • Fox Sports Presenter/Commentator since 2018

  • Sky Sports Presenter/Reporter/Commentator/Pundit since 2010

  • Host 'the Doosra' podcast - BBC 5Live

  • BBC TMS Radio Ball-by-ball/Summariser since 2012

  • IPL/CPL/Star/S&V TV Commentator since 2012

  • ESPN Presenter since 2015

  • Triple M Radio Ball-by-ball/Summariser since 2016

  • Member of the England Women’s Cricket Team  (2002 – 2012)  

  • 2 x ICC World Cup winner and 3 x Ashes winner  

Isa Guha had a playing career spanning a decade for the England Women's Cricket team. As a World Cup winner in the One-Day and T20 format and a three time Ashes winner, Isa became the ICC Ranked No.1 bowler in 2008. Significantly, on debut in 2002, Isa became the first female British Asian to represent England in any sport.

Since retirement in 2012, and following her hosting debut for ITV’s coverage of the IPL, Isa rapidly established herself as a familiar face in cricket broadcasting across the globe.


Isa’s international appeal landed her several groundbreaking opportunities making her the first woman to commentate on an Indian Test Series for Star Sports, and on any global T20 men’s fixture during the Caribbean Premier League. In radio broadcasting, Isa was also one of the first women to summarise on men’s international fixtures for BBC’s Test Match Special. Her first broadcast of a men's global tournament came in 2015, when she presented the ESPN US, Caribbean TV and global digital coverage of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup in Australia and was one of four female commentators to work on the IPL, introducing women for the first time. Isa has since made a successful transition into multi-sports, when she anchored the Rio Olympics for ESPN. Supplemented by her regular appearances at the IPL, and presenting/commentary work in the U.K. for BBC TMS and Sky Sports, Isa became the first female commentator to work on Sky's Test Cricket coverage in 2018. 2019 saw Isa at the forefront of cricket coverage for the Mens Cricket World Cup in England followed by the Ashes.  Isa is now part of an all-star cast for Fox Sports cricket coverage in Australia and fronts the BBC Cricket TV coverage as cricket returned for the first time in 21 years.

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