Over 250 international players will vie for just seven overseas spots in the draft, with over 250 domestic players chasing 28 further places. The Hundred will start this summer after being delayed a year due to the coronavirus pandemic
Monday 22 February 2021 10:06, UK
Australian opener David Warner and South African paceman Dale Steyn are among the last entrants to sign up for Tuesday's The Hundred draft.
The pair will join over 250 international players contesting for a playing spot in the draft but with just seven overseas spots available face still opposition.
Meanwhile, over 250 domestic players will fight it out for just 28 domestic spots. That pool includes England internationals Ben Foakes, Olly Stone and Dom Bess.
Rob Hilman, director of event operations, said: "We are delighted with the level of interest we've had from both overseas and domestic players.
"There is a huge appetite to play in The Hundred which is designed to open up cricket to more families and young people with fast world-class action on the pitch and blockbuster entertainment off it.
"The calibre of the players involved means that it's going to be an exciting men's draft - with a lot of competition for spaces amongst really top-drawer names."
Watch the men's and the women's The Hundred competitions live on Sky Sports Cricket this summer!