What does each team need to qualify in The Hundred 2023?

We take a closer look at what each team needs to do to seal a knockout spot

The group stages of The Hundred are coming to an end, and teams are starting to eye up the knockout spots.

In each competition, the top team in the table will progress straight to the Final at Lord's on Sunday, 27 August.

The teams in second and third place will play in the Eliminator at The Kia Oval on Saturday, 26 August, with the winner of that match joining the top team in the Final.

So, we take a closer look at who needs what to qualify.

Click here to view the standings

During matches on Wednesday 23 August...

Women's Competition

The three teams in the Women's Competition knockout stages are confirmed! 

Southern Brave, Northern Superchargers, and Welsh Fire are the teams finishing in the top three.

Brave confirmed their spot in the Final by beating Manchester Originals in their final group match.

It means that Northern Superchargers will face Welsh Fire for a place in the showpiece finale.

Southern Brave are through to the knockout stages of the Women's Competition

Southern Brave are through to the knockout stages of the Women's Competition

Men's Competition

Oval Invincibles have confirmed their place in the Men's Competition Final.

Four teams are out of contention for the knockout places: Birmingham Phoenix, Northern Superchargers, London Spirit, and last year's champions Trent Rockets.

That leaves three teams aiming for the two Eliminator spots.

Manchester Originals and Welsh Fire are both on nine points, with Originals still having a match to play. They could nail down second spot by beating Southern Brave on Wednesday.

Brave would secure an Eliminator spot should they win. It is likely that doing so would knock Fire out of contention.

Roughly, a victory by 41 runs batting first, or with 26 balls remaining batting second, would be enough for Brave to finish higher than Originals, who would still qualify.

If that victory were roughly 84 runs batting first, or with 51 balls remaining batting second, Brave and Fire would go through to the Eliminator.