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Dainik Bhaskar contracted with The Guardian, BBC News and The Telegraph to give better coverage to readers. Cricket World Cup coverage with 3 most prestigious media groups in England

To give better coverage to the readers, Bhaskar contracted with The Guardian, BBC News and The Telegraph
Cricket World Cup in England from 30 May to 14 July

Bhopal / New Delhi Cricket World Cup is to be held in England from May 30 to July 14. Dainik Bhaskar is always committed to giving his readers something new and the best. Under this World Cup, Bhaskar has contracted the three most prestigious media groups in England, The Guardian, BBC News and The Telegraph. So that Bhaskar could give better coverage to the World Cup to his readers …

THE GUARDIAN: 198 years old England's most trusted newspaper

Live match reports from the 11 grounds, including the Lord's Mecca, Lord's where the match will be held. Along with this, teams will also have preparedness, match analysis and content related to controversy.
Allrounder Moin Ali and World Cricket Player of England, England's Wisden Magazine's 12-year editor, Matthew Engel will join as an expert.

BBC NEWS: World's Most Enhanced Broadcasting Organization

Match Analysis, Players' Interviews and Off the Ground Activity Activity There will be interesting preparations for teams and preparations for the World Cup.
Fast bowler Mark Wood, who is playing the World Cup from England, will analyze bowling.

THE TELEGRAPH: 164 years old media group

Every team strategy analysis of the World Cup India will get special content related to matches. Along with this, there will be exclusive story related to the tournament.
England wicketkeeper batsman Johnny Bairstow and former England captain Michael Vaughan will be the specialist.

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