Where to Watch the Hundred League Live Streaming and Broadcasting TV Channels 2021
FanCode is the official digital media partner for the Hundred League as Fan Code purchased the rights of four years and will telecast the Hundred League 2021 Live streaming in India and its subcontinent. However, Indian fans can also watch all the matches of Hundred League live on SonyLiv, Sony Ten, and Disney+ Hotstar. Star Sports broadcast the live coverage of all the matches live in India and its subcontinent in various languages such as Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, and many more.
England and Wales to host the first season of the Hundred League in July 2021 also known as the 100-ball cricket tournament. The first match of the professional 100-ball league is to start on 21st July 2021. A total of 8 teams participating in the tournament consist of men’s and women’s teams. Sky Sports and BBC TV to broadcast the live coverage of the Hundred League 2021 in the UK. Willow TV telecast Hundred League 2021 Live Streaming in the USA.
PTV Sports and Ten Sports are the official media partners in Pakistan and will broadcast all the live matches of the Hundred League 2021 Live. Kayo Sports and Fox Sports hold the rights to stream the Hundred League in Australia, whereas SuperSport holds the telecasting rights in South Africa and its subcontinent. Cricket fans in the UAE could log on to Cricketgateway and Cricwick to enjoy the 100-ball tournament.
Flow Sports holds the broadcasting rights in the MENA countries and is the official broadcasting TV channel in the Caribbean. BeIN Sport and ESPN hold the Hundred League in Arabic countries and its subcontinent. The Hundred League 2021 live Streaming will be televised on Sky Sports NZ and Spark Sports in NZ.
The Hundred League Live Telecast & Broadcasting TV Channels List, 2021
|India & Subcontinent||Star Sports, DD National (DD1), DD Sports, Hotstar|
|Australia||Fox Sports Australia|
|Bangladesh||Gazi TV (GTV), Channel 9, BTV National|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports NZ|
|UK & Ireland||Sky Sports UK, BBC Sports|
|Sri Lanka||SLRC (Channel Eye)|
|Pakistan||PTV Sports, Ten Sports, Geo Super|
|MENA||OSN Sports Cricket HD|
|USA||Willow TV, Hotstar|
Digital Media Partner: Disney+ Hotstar, FanCode, Yupp TV, Foxtel, Now TV, Sky Go, Dazen
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Hundred League Commentators’ list
The broadcast will feature the following commentators, who are regulars on the Sky panel: Ebony Rainford-Brent, Nasser Hussain, Rob Key, Ian Ward, David Lloyd, Nick Knight, Mike Atherton, and Mark Butcher. Dinesh Karthik, Stuart Broad, Kevin Pietersen, Tammy Beaumont, Daren Sammy, Mel Jones, Wasim Akram, Lydia Greenway, and Kumar Sangakkara served as guest commentators. Andrew Flintoff, Kass Naidoo, Zainab Abbas, and Jacqueline Shepherd are the presenters.
The Hundred League 2021 English Franchise Rules and Format
- Each inning will feature 100 balls.
- After ten balls, batsmen switch ends.
- Five or ten consecutive balls are delivered by bowlers.
- Each bowler is permitted to deliver a maximum of twenty balls per game.
- Each bowling team is allowed a maximum of two and a half minutes of strategic timeout.
- Each team begins with a 25-ball power play.
- During the power play, two fielders are permitted outside the initial 30-yard circle.
- Teams will be able to call timeouts, as the Indian Premier League has done since 2009.
- Additionally, a simplified scoreboard is proposed.
Teams and Squads
A total of eight teams to play in the 100-ball tournament. Each team consists of Men and Women players. Each Squad consists of 15 players. Here below we have mentioned the Teams and Squads for the Hundred League.
Women’s: Kate Cross, Danielle Collins, Mignon du Preez, Harmanpreet Kaur, Alice Dyson, Cordelia Griffith, Hannah Jones, Lizelle Lee, Georgie Boyce, Natalie Brown, Ellie Threlkeld, Alex Hartley, Emma Lamb, Sophie Ecclestone, Laura Jackson
Men’s: Jos Buttler, Joe Clarke, Phil Salt, Matt Parkinson, Kagiso Rabada, Jamie Overton, Tom Lammonby, Steven Finn, Colin Ackermann, Richard Gleeson, Tom Hartley, Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Munro, Ollie Robinson, Sam Hain, Fred Klaassen
Men’s: Chris Woakes, Dom Sibley, Moeen Ali (Captain), Pat Brown, Adam Hose, Tom Helm, Benny Howell, Chris Cooke, Liam Livingstone, Tom Abell, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Miles Hammond, Adam Milne, Imran Tahir, Finn Allen, Will Smeed, Dillon Pennington
Women’s: Amy Jones, Shafali Verma, Ria Fackrell, Marie Kelly, Evelyn Jones, Emily Arlott, Kirstie Gordon, Phoebe Franklin, Abtaha Maqsood, Thea Brookes, Gwen Davies, Isabelle Wong, Georgia Elwiss, Ellyse Perry, Erin Burns
Women’s: Hollie Armitage, Katie Levick, Jemimah Rodrigues, Lauren Winfield-Hill (captain), Helen Fenby, Bess Heath, Beth Langston, Linsey Smith, Alice Davidson-Richards, Laura Kimmince, Laura Wolvaardt, Sterre Kalis, Kalea Moore.
Men’s: Ben Stokes, Adil Rashid, David Willey, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Adam Lyth, Brydon Carse, Chris Lynn, John Simpson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Matthew Potts, Matthew Fisher, Harry Brook, Callum Parkinson, Faf du Plessis, Jordan Thompson, Ben Raine
Men’s: Joe Root, Rashid Khan, Alex Hales, Matt Carter, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Wahab Riaz, Ben Cox, Lewis Gregory, D’Arcy Short, Luke Wood, Luke Wright, Samit Patel, Timm van der Gugten, Sam Cook
Women’s: Katherine Brunt, Nat Sciver, Kathryn Bryce, Abbey Freeborn, Nancy Harman, Lucy Higham, Michaela Kirk, Ellie Mitchell, Heather Graham, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Rachael Priest, Ella Claridge, Emily Windsor
Women’s: Katie George, Alex Griffiths, Georgia Hennessy, Lauren Filer, Sophie Luff, Natasha Wraith, Amy Gordon, Bryony Smith, Sarah Taylor, Piepa Cleary, Sune Luus, Georgia Redmayne, Bethan Ellis, Lissy Macleod, Nicole Harvey
Men’s: Ollie Pope, Jonny Bairstow, Tom Banton, Ben Duckett, Qais Ahmad, Ryan Higgins, David Payne, Liam Plunkett, Kieron Pollard, Jake Ball, Iain Cockbain, Josh Cobb, Matt Critchley, David Lloyd, Jimmy Neesham (first three games), Glenn Phillips (until Kieron Pollard arrives), Leus du Plooy
Men’s: Sam Curran, Rory Burns, Tom Curran, Reece Topley, Alex Blake, Sunil Narine, Jason Roy, Nathan Sowter, Sam Billings, Laurie Evans, Will Jacks, Sandeep Lamichhane, Saqib Mahmood, Colin Ingram, Brandon Glover, Jordan Clark, Jordan Cox
Women’s: Fran Wilson, Georgia Adams, Tash Farrant, Megan Belt, Eva Gray, Marizanne Kapp, Rhianna Southby, Sarah Bryce, Alice Capsey, Jo Gardner, Dane Van Niekerk, Mady Villiers, Shabnim Ismail, Danielle Gregory
Women’s: Maia Bouchier, Freya Kemp, Smriti Mandhana, Tara Norris, Carla Rudd, Paige Scholfield, Anya Shrubsole, Stafanie Taylor, Danni Wyatt, Lauren Bell, Sonia Odedra, Fi Morris, Sophia Dunkley, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Ella McCaughan, Charlotte Taylor
Men’s: Jofra Archer, Liam Dawson, George Garton, Chris Jordan, Tymal Mills, Delray Rawlins, James Vince, Alex Davies, Max Waller, Craig Overton, Andre Russell, Ross Whiteley, Danny Briggs, Devon Conway, Quinton de Kock, Jake Lintott
Men’s: Zak Crawley, Dan Lawrence, Eoin Morgan (Captain), Mohammad Amir, Jade Dernbach, Mohammad Nabi, Luis Reece, Adam Rossington, Mason Crane, Joe Denly, Glenn Maxwell, Roelof Van Der Merwe, Mark Wood, Ravi Bopara, Chris Wood, Blake Cullen.
Women’s: Deandra Dottin, Naomi Dattani, Deepti Sharma, Heather Knight (Captain), Amara Carr, Aylish Cranstone, Danielle Gibson, Susie Rowe, Chloe Tryon, Charlie Dean, Freya Davies, Hannah Jones, Sophie Munro, Tammy Beaumont, Grace Scrivens.