THE BBC pundits for the 2022 World Cup have been announced and there are some big names involved.
Taking place in Qatar, the tournament is the first of it’s kind as top leagues across the world will break for the World Cup.
England will be hoping that they can compete with the likes of France and Brazil but face a tough task if they are to bring home the trophy.
Taking over the footballing calendar over November and December, there will be heaps of live coverage for the tournament – and now the BBC have announced their punditry line-up.
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Alex Scott will also join the team alongside the likes of Danny Gabbidon, Ashley Williams and Liverpool legend Ian Rush, who is representing Wales.
Premier League legend Vincent Kompany, who currently manages Burnley, will also be in Qatar with the BBC alongside his former Man City teammate Pablo Zabaleta.
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Chelsea icon Didier Drogba will be part of the team also, although his Ivory Coast are not at the competition.
Former France women’s star Laura Georges will be heading to the 2022 World Cup with the BBC also.
The line-up is complete with the additions of Jurgen Klinsmann, former USMNT manager, Mark Schwarzer and Gilberto Silva.