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Sport Irish Cup TV coverage to feature simulated chants and crowd noise

14:27  24 july  2020
14:27  24 july  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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Simulated chants and crowd noise will be used in BBC Northern Ireland’s live coverage of Monday’s eagerly-awaited Irish Cup semi-finals at Windsor Park.

Beeb chiefs have confirmed they will follow the likes of Match of the Day, Sky Sports and BT Sport by using a virtual atmosphere in both ties.

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Ballymena United’s last-four clash with rivals Coleraine and Glentoran ’s showdown with Cliftonville are both being played behind closed doors.

If the final is played without fans - talks between the IFA and NI Executive are ongoing - BBC will also call upon simulated noise for the July 31 showpiece.

A spokesman said: “In the absence of the customary atmosphere generated by fans at games, similar to other broadcasters, BBC Sport NI will be using crowd noise.

“That noise will be sourced from archive matches for both semi-finals and the final four days later.”

Stephen Watson will present coverage on BBC2 from 3.45pm and he will be joined by former Northern Ireland defender Stephen Craigan and Linfield striker Andy Waterworth.

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Michael Clarke and Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter are on commentary for the Ballymena v Coleraine tie from 4pm, with Nicola McCarthy reporting pitchside.

Thomas Kane will be joined by Andy Waterworth on commentary for the all-Belfast tie between Glentoran and Cliftonville at 8pm, with coverage starting at 7.30pm.

Kane said: “The entire BBC Sport NI team is looking forward to getting back to producing live sport again for our audiences.

“Like managers, players and fans, we have really missed being part of the action and I'm glad to be back commentating on live games again.

“I hope the coverage will give Northern Ireland sports fans a boost at this time.”

The two semis will also be on the BBC iPlayer and Radio Ulster MW, with Joel Taggart fronting up radio coverage for both games.

Eric White and Liam Beckett will commentate the Ballymena v Coleraine tie, with Michael Hammond and Philip Major covering the later tie between the Glens and Reds.

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