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Last Updated: 10/06/19 12:42pm

Watch what happened when Sky Cricket experts and former England captains Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton took our one-over challenge #overandout
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Watch what happened when Sky Cricket experts and former England captains Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton took our one-over challenge #overandout

Having seen daredevil cricket lovers take on our #overandout challenge up Kgale Hill in Botswana, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton decided to have a go!

The location was a tad more serene - the indoor nets in Cardiff during England's match with Bangladesh on Saturday - but the will to win was just as strong as the Sky Cricket experts went head to head.

Find out who came out on top in the video at the top of the screen - and whether Nasser was able to pull off any Lasith Malinga-esque yorkers as he bowled to his great mate Athers while Rob Key kept wicket.

High totals are the norm on Kgale Hill in Botswana! Now it's time for you to step up and take our one-over challenge!
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High totals are the norm on Kgale Hill in Botswana! Now it's time for you to step up and take our one-over challenge!

With the World Cup in full swing, there's never been a better time to play cricket wherever you are.

Simply film yourself and your friends, work colleagues or team-mates playing a game - each side gets one over to score as many runs as possible. The team with the highest score wins!

Send in your videos to @SkyCricket using the hashtag #overandout and we'll pick our favourites and add Sky Sports Cricket commentary and graphics to them.

Get into the World Cup spirit by taking part in our one over cricket challenge #overandout - Sky Sports faces have already had a go!
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Get into the World Cup spirit by taking part in our one over cricket challenge #overandout - Sky Sports faces have already had a go!

Our football pundit Jamie Carragher, Soccer AM chums and Formula One team have already had a go. Click on the video below to see how they got on - then show us your skills!

Watch every match of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup live on Sky Sports Cricket World Cup (channel 404).