Legends League Cricket is great concept, could expand to five-six teams in future: Gujarat Giants coach Venkatesh Prasad
Legends League Cricket is going to be an exciting experience for the fans, especially those in cities like Jodhpur, Lucknow who did not get many chances to witness some of the sport's legendary names.
The second season of Legends League Cricket will start from September 17. Prasad is coach of Gujarat Giants, which is owned by Adani Sportsline.
"It will be an exciting experience. We are playing in centres where spectators might have not seen these legends that much on their grounds. Delhi and Kolkata are different. But we are also playing in Lucknow, Jodhpur. People would love to see.
Virender Sehwag, Chris Gayle and other legends playing for Gujarat Giants and other legends who are playing in this league as well," said Prasad in an exclusive interview with ANI.
"Fans would love to see them (cricketers) showcase their skills. For me also, I am also going to see how these players are going to perform after years of leaving international cricket. It is going to be fun, competitive and also serious," he added.