Legendary former West Indian cricket captain Sir Vivian Richards is in India accompanying the Antigua and Barbuda national team — participating in the ongoing 19th Commonwealth Games — as its ambassador. Richards will give an interview to Headlines Today at 9 pm on Thursday. As the veteran cricketer discusses a host of issues, including the major controversies surrounding the game and some of the best ever international performances on the 22-yard pitch, Headlines Today invites its viewers to put their questions to the former West Indian skipper. [Watch the interview on Headlines Today at 9 pm today.] This is not the first time that Richards is accompanying the national contingent at the Commonwealth Games. He was present during the Melbourne Games in 2006. In fact, Richards has been insisting that cricket — in its shortest version, Twenty-20 — should be included in major multi-sports events such as CWG and Olympics to help the game grow around the world. Want to ask Viv Richards anything about cricket? Send your questions now.