Guests revealed for A League Of Thier Own series 13 | Including Alan Carr, David Walliams, Josh Widdicombe

Guests revealed for A League Of Thier Own series 13

Including Alan Carr, David Walliams, Josh Widdicombe

Alan Carr, David Walliams, Josh Widdicombe, Rob Beckett and Tom Davis are the comics who will be appearing in the next series of Sky One's A League of Their Own when it returns on August 30.

England footballers John Terry, Ashley Cole and Jack Wilshere, singer Geri Horner, former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko, and Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah will also be joining James Corden, Freddie Flintoff, Jamie Redknapp and Romesh Ranganathan.

Team captain Ranganathan said: 'A League of Their Own has been a lot of fun, is something I'm contractually obliged to say despite the physical challenges, which I would describe as some of the toughest experiences I have ever been through.

'The guest list, however, has been phenomenal, including the return of one of my favourite people in the world and League of Their Own Hall of Famer Tony Bellew, [the boxer], who was as incredible as we all hoped he would be." 

Sky commissioning editor Barbara Lee added: 'Where else do you see James Corden and Wladimir Klitschko going toe-to-toe or Alan Carr take on Tony Bellew in a speed-skating challenge?'

We have previously reported how Mo Farah smashed his face on rigging while recording one segment for the show and how Jamie Redknapp fractured his wrist after Ranganathan dropped a football on him.

The full list of guest stars is, Nicola Adams, Rob Beckett, Tony Bellew, Alan Carr, Ashley Cole, Tom Davis, Patrice Evra,, Mo Farah, Geri Horner, Wladimir Klitschko, Judy Murray, Tracey Neville, Adam Peaty, Ellie Simmonds, Helen Skelton, John Terry, David Walliams, Josh Widdicombe, Jack Wilshere, Lizzy Yarnold

Published: 7 Aug 2018

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