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*STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01 16 OCTOBER* The Hundred men’s Draft player registration list revealed

ECB NEWSROOM – 2019-10-15 21:45 BST

Mitchell Starc, Sam Billings and Liam Plunkett are among the players to enter The Hundred men’s Draft

Chris Gayle, Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc are among the star overseas players available for selection in The Hundred men’s Draft on Sunday, 20 October.

These superstars of world cricket are among 239 players from outside the UK to enter The Hundred Draft, which will be broadcast live on Sky TV and across BBC online from 7pm.

Spinner Rashid Khan is tipped to be one of the top picks on the night, with the likes of David Warner, Shakib Al Hasan and Andre Russell also expected to be snapped up in the opening rounds.

England World Cup winners Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett headline the 331 domestic players who have put their names forward, with England internationals Sam Billings and Dawid Malan also riding high on many teams’ draft boards.

Teams will select 12 players on the night – with a maximum of three overseas picks – who will join the already-announced England red-ball contracted players and Local Icons.

Fancy yourself as a Hundred head coach? Head to thehundred.com and complete your very own mock draft to build your dream Hundred team.

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2019-10-15 21:45 BST

 
 

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