The Hundred 2023 draft will take place on March 23, with the women’s picks running from 4pm to 5pm and the men’s draft following until 6pm. Here’s where to watch it live on TV channels and live streaming services.

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This year’s competition will be played in England during August, with eight franchises again competing for the trophy. Last year Trent Rockets were victorious in the men’s competition after beating Manchester Originals in the final.

The Oval Invincibles were the champions of the women’s tournament, winning their second consecutive title after beating Southern Brave in a repeat of the 2021 final.

Each team has picked the players they wish to retain and which players to release back into the auction from last year’s squads. The 2023 competition will also feature an auction for the women’s competition for the first time.

There are some big name players still available in the draft, with Kieron Pollard, Shakib Al Hasan and Mitchell Starc among the international players available in the top £125,000 bracket.

Lancashire’s Tom Bailey is the only domestic men’s pick in the top price spot, although the likes of Tom Abell and Olly Stone are available in the £40,000 category.

In the women’s draft, New Zealand’s Sophie Devine sits in the top £31,250 bracket alongside India internationals Harmanpreet Kaur and Jemimah Rodrigues.

Danni Wyatt is the only domestic player at the highest price, but England internationals such as Sophia Dunkley, Kate Cross and Mady Villiers will be available without a reserve price.

The Hundred 2023 draft: Where to watch the draft on March 23

TV Channels: The draft will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Cricket channels from 4pm, with the women’s draft running until 5pm and the men’s following until 6pm.

Livestream: It will also be streamed for free live on the Sky Sports Cricket YouTube channel.