The Hundred Teams 2022

The Hundred Teams

The Hundred cricket is one of the newest invention or you can call it a experiment with tradition cricket. After success of T20 cricket this new mode of cricket also expected to generate good crowd followings. The Hundred teams which were initially announced after The Hundred Draft are now updated due to new Covid norms.

The Hundred Draft 2021 was held on 22nd February behind closed doors and more than 250 oversease players were part of original the 100 draft 2021. However the Hundred teams squads 2022 season are now updated after several overseas players opting to skip the tournament.

The 100 Cricket Team Squad

Complete details of The Hundred teams and players are mentioned below. The Hundred players list includes almost foreign players from all cricket playing nations except India..

The Hundred Overseas Players

In modern day cricket no cricket league seems to be completed without hiring of top foreign cricketers and international cricketers in the hundred cricket is just like icing on the cake.

List of Overseas players in Hundred Cricket includes top international players from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Australia, West Indies, New Zealand, South Africa.

The Hundred Squad

The Hundred Cricket Teams can be comprised of thee international players whereas remaining squad to be completed with England centrally contracted players and othet players playing in English County Circuit.

Squad With 100 cricket Schedule already announced but many international teams have rescheduled their tours affected by Covid 19 during July/August so many international cricketers preferred national duties and request to remove their name from The 100 Cricket Team Squads.

London SpiritManchester OriginalsWelsh FireNorthern SuperchargersTrent RocketsOval InvinciblesSouthern BraveBirmingham Phoenix
Zak CrawleyJos ButtlerJonny BairstowBen StokesJoe RootSam CurranJofra ArcherChris Woakes
Mark WoodOllie RobinsonOllie PopeAdil RashidDawid MalanRory BurnsMarcus Stoinis (AUS)Jack Leach
Kieron Pollard (WI)Andre Russell (AUS)Joe ClarkeDwayne Bravo (WI)Rashid Khan (AFG)Jason RoyQuinton de Kock (o)Liam Livingstone
Liam DawsonLaurie EvansTom BantonDavid WilleyTom Kohler-CadmoreSunil Narine (WI)James VinceMatthew Wade (AUS)
Glenn Maxwell (AUS)Phil SaltBen DuckettFaf du Plessis (SAF)Alex HalesSam BillingsTymal MillsMoeen Ali
Eoin MorganWanindu Hasaranga (SL)Adam Zampa (AUS)Harry BrookLewis GregoryTom CurranChris JordanOlly Stone
Riley Meredith (AUS)Matt ParkinsonJake BallWahab Riaz (PAK)Colin Munro (NZ)Will JacksGeorge GartonAdam Milne
Jordan ThompsonDaniel WorrallDavid Miller (SAF)Brydon CarseIain CockbainSaqid MahmoodAlex DaviesBenny Howell
Mason CraneJamie OvertonDavid PayneAdam HoseMarchant de Lange (SAF)Reece TopleyJake LintottTom Abell
Dan LawrenceSean Abbott (AUS)Naseem Shah (PAK)Matthew PottsLuke WoodRilee Rossouw (SAF)Tim David (SIN)Kane Richardson (AUS)
Daniel Bell-DrummondTom HartleyLeus Du PlooyJohn SimpsonSamit PatelDanny BriggsRehan AhmedWill Smeed
Chris WoodTom LammonbySam HainAdam LythMatt CarterHilton Cartwright (AUS)Ross WhiteleyMatt Fisher
Adam RossingtonColin AckermannRyan HigginsRoelof van der MerweSteven MullaneyMatt MilnesCraig OvertonChris Benjamin
Ravi BoparaWayne MadsenMatt CritchleyCallum ParkinsonSam CookJack LeaningJoe WeatherleyMiles Hammond
Blake CullenFred KlaassenJosh CobbLuke WrightTom MooresJordan CoxDan MoriartyHenry Brookes
Brad WhealCalvin HarrisonJacob BethellLuke FletcherNathan SowterGraeme van Buuren

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