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ESPN's coverage will be presented by Ray Stubbs with Kevin Keegan alongside him as lead analyst. Robbie Savage, Martin Keown as well as former Liverpool legends Steve McManaman and John Barnes will also be part of ESPN's line-up of football analysts. In the commentary box, Chris Waddle will join Jon Champion, with ESPN's Rebecca Lowe continuing to get the exclusive stories from managers and players from pitchside. Mark Chapman, Kelly Cates and Darrell Currie also join Ray and Rebecca on the presenting team.

Ray Stubbs worked for the BBC for 26 years, presenting and reporting on a number of sports, including football, darts and snooker. He fronted Football Focus from1999 until 2004, leaving to become the presenter of Score on the BBC Red Button (formerly BBCi) as well as Final Score on BBC One. He also presented live matches for the BBC and either worked as a presenter or reporter at all 10 of the major international tournaments from 1990 until 2008.

Rebecca Lowe's rise to fame through the BBC's Talent Search for a football reporter has lead her to work on Final Score, Football Focus and Match of the Day, as well as reporting from the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.

Kevin Keegan is the lead analyst for ESPN's Barclays Premier League coverage. One of the most popular football figures of recent times, the former Newcastle United, Manchester City and Fulham manager made 63 appearances for England, scoring 21 times, and brings a wealth of experience as he casts his critical eye over the Barclays Premier League teams.

Heading up ESPN's Barclays Premier League match commentary as chief commentator, Jon Champion brings with him over 20 years of broadcasting experience, from FA Cup and Premier League matches through to cricket, swimming and rugby.

Chris Waddle, the internationally renowned former England footballer and FA Cup winner, with a playing career encompassing spells with clubs including Newcastle, Spurs, Olympique de Marseille and Sheffield Wednesday, will be a regular commentator alongside Jon Champion.

Heading up ESPN's Clydesdale Bank Premier League matches, Derek Rae is a former British Sports Broadcaster of the Year, and a hugely popular voice of ESPN, commentating on over 150 football matches a year for ESPN over the last 12 years.

In a storied career that spanned 20 years, John Barnes played nearly 600 matches, including 79 appearances for England, and took home two First Division titles and two FA Cup winners' medals with Liverpool and scored 177 goals. In addition to Liverpool and Newcastle, Barnes played for Charlton Athletic and Watford - where he made his professional debut in 1981.

Steve McManaman came to ESPN after earning critical acclaim for his studio analysis during the company's award-winning USA presentation of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Ranked third in a Top 10 of greatest British footballers to play overseas, McManaman brings a wealth of soccer knowledge and experience to ESPN.

Starting his career at Arsenal, for whom he played more than 400 games, Martin Keown won multiple honours as a key member of the club's defence, and helped lead them to three Premier League titles, three FA Cups and one UEFA Cup win.

In a career spanning 20 years, Robbie Savage accumulated 623 club appearances for Crewe Alexandra, Leicester City, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers and Derby County, plus 39 caps for the Welsh national side.

With previous producing, reporting and presenting roles for Radio Clyde, BBC Scotland Television, CNN International Sport and Setanta, Darrell Currie's experience includes coverage of The Clydesdale Bank Premier League, Barclays Premier League, FA Cup and Magners League Live Rugby.

Mark Chapman and Kelly Cates regularly form part of ESPN's live Sunday sports and studio programming schedule each week, with live coverage of multiple sporting events, all with pre-and post match studio shows that will deliver results, highlights, analysis, discussion and more.