The esteemed panel will also have former players including Ian Chappel, Ashley Giles and Mark Butcher, who will analyse each day's play with valuable inputs. (Agencies)
Content for the tour features complete video, news, information and analysis from an unmatched panel of global cricket experts and journalists.
The site's plan also includes comprehensive editorial coverage from ESPNcricinfo's leading cricket writers with enhanced scorecard featuring ball-by-ball data analysis in Match Centre.
For the Indian fans there will be exclusive servings like the 'CricIQ Doosra', a digital cricket quizzing competition, which will run for the duration of the tour.
The Modern Masters video series continues with Dravid and Sanjay Manjrekar -- analysing 14 top batsmen including Jacques Kallis, Graeme Smith and Kevin Pietersen.
'Polite Enquiries' also returns, with ESPNcricinfo's own Jarrod Kimber and George Dobell fielding questions via Twitter, offering their take on each day's play.
Cricket comedian Andy Zaltzman will bring his bizarre take on each Test with his popular Zaltzone video dissecting the series with sharp wit and irreverent comedy, while the twice-weekly 'On the Road' video diary will give viewers a inside the world of the intrepid cricket reporter.
The 'Match Point' team will also offer insightful previews of each text, utilizing their knowledge of the two competing nations.
The esteemed panel will also have former players including Ian Chappel, Ashley Giles and Mark Butcher, who will analyse each day's play with valuable inputs.