Andrew Flintoff joins Sky Sports team for NatWest T20 Blast
Flintoff and Rob Key play hilarious game of 'Have You Ever?'
Last Updated: 01/08/17 10:39pm
Andrew Flintoff is a regular fixture in the Pod this summer as part of the Sky Sports' NatWest T20 Blast commentary team.
The former England all-rounder - who played 79 Tests, 141 ODIs and seven T20Is for his country - is joining the likes of David "Bumble" Lloyd, Nasser Hussain and his good pal Rob Key around the county grounds.
Flintoff's first game ended in a dramatic finish as Birmingham beat Nottinghamshire by six wickets on the very last ball of the match - and the ex-Lancashire man will also be back at that venue on Saturday, September 2 to commentate on the thrills and spills of Finals Day.
Friday 21st July - Surrey v Middlesex, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket
Wednesday 26th July - Yorkshire Vikings v Durham Jets, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket
Friday 4th August - Birmingham v Worcestershire, 6pm, Sky Sports Cricket
Friday 11th August - Yorkshire Vikings v Lancashire Lightning, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket
Saturday 2nd September - NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day, 10am, Sky Sports Cricket
Earlier this month Freddie and Keysy played a game of 'Have You Ever?' at Lord's, with hilarious results, as you can see in the video at the top of the page.
Flintoff revealed he has used Rob's celebrity status for a laugh - which member of the Neighbours cast and which X-Factor star do you think he convinced people Keysy was?
Freddie also explained how an attempt to lose weight quickly backfired, while the question 'Have you ever cheated at sport?' led to an excellent impression of former team-mate, Darren Gough.
Plus, Flintoff reflected on a bust-up with Nasser while on tour - that should make their meetings in the Pod this summer pretty spicy!
"I'm really looking forward to it," Flintoff said of his new Sky Sports role. "Most of the stuff I have done since retiring hasn't involved cricket but around cricket and around cricketers is where I feel most comfortable.
"I got asked and thought 'that will be brilliant'. The competition itself is just as good as the IPL or the Big Bash, if not better, and hopefully I can add something to it for the viewers on Sky Sports. I'm just going to enjoy it."