28 players who were part of The Hundred in 2021 will also be playing in the Big Bash League in Australia this winter.
The following players will be showing off their skills in Australia:
- George Garton (Southern Brave)
- Rashid Khan (Trent Rockets)
- Phil Salt (Manchester Originals)
- Tom Abell (Birmingham Phoenix)
- Ben Duckett (Welsh Fire)
- Chris Lynn (Northern Superchargers)
- Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Northern Superchargers)
- Harry Brook (Northern Superchargers)
- Jordan Cox (Oval Invincibles)
- Tim David (Southern Brave)
- Will Jacks (Oval Invincibles)
- Tom Lammonby (Manchester Originals)
- D’Arcy Short (Trent Rockets)
- Jordan Thompson (Northern Superchargers)
- Mohammad Nabi (London Spirit)
- Reece Topley (Oval Invincibles)
- Qais Ahmad (Welsh Fire)
- Joe Clarke (Manchester Originals)
- Laurie Evans (Oval Invincibles)
- Josh Inglis (London Spirit)
- Colin Munro (Manchester Originals)
- Tymal Mills (Southern Brave)
- Tom Curran (Oval Invincibles)
- Chris Jordan (Southern Brave)
- James Vince (Southern Brave)
- Sam Billings (Oval Invincibles)
- Alex Hales (Trent Rockets)
- Saqib Mahmood (Oval Invincibles)
Leading the list is Rashid Khan. Rashid was the first player ever picked in the Men's Draft, and the Trent Rockets star took 12 wickets in the Men's Competition - no one else took more.
Southern Brave's winning captain, James Vince, will again turn out for Sydney Sixers. Vince was a champion in the Big Bash League earlier in 2021 too, having hit 95 in the final. He was the third-top scorer in The Hundred this summer. Alongside him at Sixers will be fellow Brave Chris Jordan.
One player to look out for is Tim David. He only played the Eliminator and Final for Southern Brave, after Colin De Grandhomme's injury, but made a huge impact. David struck two sixes in the Final and then pulled off the match-changing run out of Liam Livingstone. Worth reliving that epic moment once again...
Oval Invincibles have the biggest contingent of players heading down under. Six of their stars will be on show, including Sam Billings and Saqib Mahmood, who will reunite at Sydney Thunder. They'll both be rivals with Tom Curran who is at Sydney Sixers. Will Jacks is one of four The Hundred players available to Hobart Hurricanes.
It's the Sixers who get the Big Bash League under way at 08:15 GMT on Sunday 5 December, so a first opportunity for Vince and Curran to light up the competition, against the Melbourne Stars. Joe Clarke will be in action for them, as Qais Ahmad has not yet joined the squad.