David Warner, Steve Smith and Chris Gayle have a reserve value of £125okay for Sunday’s inaugural Hundred Draft
Chris Gayle, Steve Smith, David Warner and Mitchell Starc are among the six top-priced abroad players in Sunday’s inaugural The Hundred Draft.
West Indies opener Gayle and Australia trio Smith, Warner and Starc have a reserve worth of £125okay, alongside Sri Lanka seamer Lasith Malinga and South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada.
Gayle has scored a document 13,051 runs in 394 Twenty20 matches, together with 22 a whole bunch – 14 greater than nearest rival Michael Klinger, who has eight – and 80 half-centuries, with a high rating of 175 not out.
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A complete of 240 players from outdoors the UK have put themselves ahead for the draft, with Aaron Finch (Australia), Kane Williamson (New Zealand), Quinton de Kock (South Africa), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan) and Andre Russell (West Indies) among the players with a reserve value of £100okay.
Babar Azam (Pakistan), Nicholas Pooran (West Indies), Dale Steyn (South Africa), Marcus Stoinis (Australia), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan) and Kusal Perera (New Zealand) characteristic on the record of players priced at £75okay.
Gayle has scored extra T20 runs and a whole bunch than anyone else
Nineteen of the 330 home players accessible have a reserve value set – Joe Denly, Liam Livingstone, Samit Patel and Mark Wood high out at £60okay, with Ian Bell, Sam Billings, Morne Morkel, Liam Plunkett, Delray Rawlins, Olly Stone, and Ryan ten Doeschate priced at £50okay.
Players have to be drafted in their most well-liked wage band in any other case they’ll take no additional half in the Draft, which is dwell on Sky Sports on Sunday.
The groups will make 12 picks on Sunday night – a most of three abroad players – who will be a part of the already allotted England red-ball contracted players and ‘native icons’ who have been positioned in groups on October three.
How the Main Draft Grid works forward of The Hundred Draft – Live
Trent Rockets will make the primary decide on the night time, as decided by a pre-draft draw, adopted by Southern Brave, Northern Superchargers, Welsh Fire, Oval Invincibles, Manchester Originals, London Spirit and Birmingham Phoenix, with the choice order reversing mid-round.
There can be seven rounds with every head coach choosing two players per spherical and having 100 seconds to make every choice – the place a ‘native icon’ has already been picked, the group skips that flip in the draft.
New signings for the eight girls’s groups can be revealed dwell on the night time.
The Hundred pre-draft group picks
Team England red-ball participant Local Icons Women’s Players Representing Birmingham Phoenix Chris Woakes Moeen Ali, Pat Brown Amy Jones, Kirstie Gordon Warks, Worcestershire London Spirit Rory Burns Eoin Morgan, Dan Lawrence Heather Knight, Freya Davies Middlesex, Essex, Northants Manchester Originals Jos Buttler Saqid Mahmood, Matt Parkinson Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone Lancashire Northern Superchargers Ben Stokes Adil Rashid, David Willey Lauren Winfield, Linsey Smith Yorkshire, Durham Oval Invincibles Sam Curran Tom Curran, Jason Roy Laura Marsh, Fran Wilson Surrey, Kent Southern Brave Jofra Archer Chris Jordan, James Vince Anya Shrubsole, Danni Wyatt Hampshire, Sussex Trent Rockets Joe Root Harry Gurney, Alex Hales Nat Sciver, Katherine Brunt Notts, Derbyshire, Leics Welsh Fire Jonny Bairstow Tom Banton, Colin Ingram Katie George, Bryony Smith Glamorgan, Gloucs, Somerset
List of chosen players in The Hundred Draft:
£125okay bracket (Overseas)
Chris Gayle (West Indies), Steve Smith (Australia), David Warner (Australia), Mitchell Starc (Australia), Kagiso Rabada (South Africa), Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)
£100okay bracket (Overseas)
Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan is priced at £100okay
Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh), Mohammad Amir (Pakistan), Trent Boult (New Zealand), Dwayne Bravo (West Indies), Quinton de Kock (South Africa), Faf du Plessis (South Africa), Aaron Finch (Australia), Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Chris Lynn (Australia), Glenn Maxwell (Australia), Sunil Narine (West Indies), Andre Russell (West Indies), Kieron Pollard (West Indies), Shane Watson (Australia), Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
£75okay bracket (Overseas)
Babar Azam (Pakistan), Temba Bavuma (South Africa), JP Duminy (South Africa), Mohammad Hafeez (Pakistan), Dimuth Karunaratne (Sri Lanka), Shadab Khan (Pakistan), Mitchell Marsh (Australia), David Miller (South Africa), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan), Kusal Perera (Sri Lanka), Nicholas Pooran (West Indies), Dale Steyn (South Africa), Marcus Stoinis (Australia)
Babar Azam is the world’s top-ranked T20I batsman
£60okay bracket (Overseas)
Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan), Shahid Afridi (Pakistan), Faheem Ashraf (Pakistan), Jason Behrendorff (Australia), Dan Christian (Australia), Martin Guptill (New Zealand), Usman Shinwari (Pakistan), Shoaib Malik (Pakistan), Shaun Marsh (Australia), Chris Morris (South Africa), Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh), Wahab Riaz (Pakistan), Imran Tahir (South Africa), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan), Matthew Wade (Australia)
£60okay bracket (Domestic)
Joe Denly (Kent), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Mark Wood (Durham), Samit Patel (Nottinghamshire)
England and Kent’s Joe Denly is priced at £60okay
£50okay bracket (Domestic)
Ian Bell (Warwickshire), Sam Billings (Kent), Liam Plunkett (Surrey), Morne Morkel (Surrey), Delray Rawlins (Sussex), Olly Stone (Warwickshire), Ryan ten Doeschate (Essex)
£40okay bracket (Domestic)
Hamidullah Qadri (Kent), Daniel Bell-Drummond (Kent), Kyle Abbott (Hampshire), Gareth Harte (Durham), Richard Levi (Northants), Wayne Madsen (Derbyshire), Hardus Viljoen (Kent), Rilee Rossouw (Hampshire)
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