Laura Woods has been confirmed as TNT Sports’ host for their Champions League and boxing coverage.
The broadcaster goes live on television for the first time on Tuesday and rebrands from BT Sport, which was launched in 2013.
TNT Sports will broadcast Premier League and European fixtures, as well as rugby, motorsport, cricket, UFC, boxing and WWE.
Jake Humphrey revealed in May that he is stepping down from his role at BT Sport after being the face of their coverage a decade.
Replacing him is Woods, who had an emotional departure from her role as a talkSPORT Breakfast presenter in June.
A two-time SJA British Sports Journalism Awards Sports Presenter of the Year winner, she certainly has the experience to her name.
Woods will host TNT Sports’ exclusive coverage of the Champions League as well as major live nights of boxing.
Joining her as a lead boxing analyst will be former world champion Carl Frampton.
Reshmin Chowdhury, Lynsey Hipgrave and Jules Breach will be taking up presenting roles too.
talkSPORT’s very own Ally McCoist will make his way onto their co-commentary and punditry for the Premier League and Champions League matches.
Former Premier League stars Rio Ferdinand, Peter Crouch and Joe Cole are among the company’s football experts.
Their insights and opinion will be joined also be joined by Rachel Brown-Finnis, Owen Hargreaves, Steve McManaman, Joleon Lescott, Michael Owen, Paul Scholes and Robbie Savage.
Darren Fletcher, Adam Summerton and Lucy Ward will make up TNT Sports’ commentary team.