The inaugural edition of The Hundred, ECB’s new 100-ball format, begins on July 21 – here’s your guide to watching the tournament live, including TV and streaming details of the 2021 edition.
Eight men’s and women’s teams – Birmingham Phoenix, Northern Superchargers, Manchester Originals, London Spirit, Oval Invincibles, Trent Rockets, Southern Brave, Welsh Fire – will feature in the competition, which will end on August 21.
The Hundred 2021 Squads: Full men’s team lists can be found here.
The matches, two and a half hours long, will have innings of 100-balls a side, with each bowler being able to deliver a maximum of 20 balls.
The first game is the women’s clash between Oval Invincibles and Manchester Originals on July 21, with the same two men’s teams featuring on July 22.
The Hundred 2021 Schedule: Complete list of fixtures can be found here.
The Hundred 2021 telecast: TV details
In the UK, matches will be telecast on Sky Sports, with Sky Sports Cricket set to turn into Sky Sports: The Hundred on channel 404 during the course of the tournament. Sky Sports Mix will also broadcast matches, with Sky Cricket’s YouTube channel set to telecast all women’s matches, and certain men’s matches. BBC will be telecasting 18 of the 63 games.
In Australia, the Hundred 2021 matches will be telecast live on Kayo Sports. In the USA, matches will be broadcast on Willow TV. In South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, SuperSport will be broadcasting matches.
List of commentators
The following commentators, regulars on the Sky panel, will be part of the broadcast: Nasser Hussain, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Rob Key, Ian Ward, David Lloyd, Nick Knight, Mike Atherton and Mark Butcher.
Guest commentators: Dinesh Karthik, Stuart Broad, Kevin Pietersen, Tammy Beaumont, Daren Sammy, Mel Jones, Wasim Akram, Lydia Greenway and Kumar Sangakkara.
Presenters: Andrew Flintoff, Kass Naidoo, Zainab Abbas and Jacqueline Shepherd.
The Hundred 2021 telecast: Live streaming
The Hundred will be telecast in India on the FanCode app. Fans will be able to choose between watching single matches or the entire tournament, using the Match Pass and Tour Pass respectively.
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