Natalie Pinkham to host Sky Sports Hockey World Cup coverage with panel of experts

Last Updated: 29/05/14 2:56pm

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The Hockey World Cup starts this Saturday on Sky Sports 3

The Hockey World Cup starts this Saturday on Sky Sports 3

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Natalie Pinkham will be joined by a host of esteemed guests for Sky Sports' exclusive Rabobank Hockey World Cup action.

Sky Sports F1 presenter Natalie Pinkham will front our unprecedented coverage of all 76 games, and joining her from May 31 to June 15 will a panel of expert guests, including...

KWAN BROWNE

- Former captain of Trinidad and Tobago with 286 international caps

- England Hockey High Performance Coach of the Season 2012-13

- England U21 Assistant Coach

- Head Coach of Canterbury Men's Hockey

GLENN KIRKHAM

- Double Great Britain Olympian

- Gold medallist at the 2009 European Championships

- 223 appearances for England and Great Britain

- Current East Grinstead player

MEL CLEWLOW

- Double Great Britain Olympian in Sydney and Athens

- Commonwealth silver and bronze medallist

- Current Canterbury player

HELEN RICHARDSON-WALSH

- Olympic Bronze medallist at London 2012

- Triple Great Britain Olympian in Sydney, Beijing and London

- 249 appearances for England and Great Britain

- Three World Cup appearances

RICHARD MANTELL

- Great Britain Olympian at Beijing 2008

- Gold medallist at the 2009 European Championships

- Over 160 caps for England and Great Britain

- Current Reading player

CHLOE ROGERS

- Olympic Bronze medallist at London 2012

- Commonwealth silver and bronze medallist

- World Cup bronze medallist in 2010

- Double Commonwealth Games bronze medallist

Sky Sports will bring you all the action from every game of the 2014 Hockey World Cup in The Hague plus Skypad analysis from our London studios, as the best countries in the world meet to battle it out in the Netherlands.

England's men - ranked fourth in the world behind Australia, Germany and Netherlands respectively - are in Group A with Spain, Malaysia, Belgium, India and world No.1 Australia.

World No.3 England Women are in Group B with 2010 winners Argentina and beaten finalists Germany, South Africa, China and the USA.

To read our full list of fixtures click here, and don't forget Sky Sports 3's live coverage of the Hockey World Cup starts this weekend, with England's men taking on Spain from 4pm on Saturday, before England women's first match against the United States from 11:30am on Sunday.

Keep up to date with all the news and results at www1.skysports.com/hockey/world-cup

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