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Cricket Smith, Gayle Among Most Expensive Players In The Hundred Draft

Cricket Smith, Gayle Among Most Expensive Players In The Hundred Draft


The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has reported Australian team Steve Smith and David Warner and West Indies opener Chris Gayle are among the most costly players recorded in Sunday's draft for the new household competition The Hundred. 

Smith helped Australia hold the Ashes in England a month ago while Warner persevered through a hopeless arrangement, overseeing only one fifty of every five tests. 

Paceman Mitchell Starc, who played only one test in that arrangement, is the third Australian in the six-man bunch who will order a 125,000 pounds ($159,400) save value, the ECB said in an announcement. 

Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga and individual speedster Kagiso Rabada of South Africa are different players in the top section for the debut release of the 100-ball rivalry, which will be played in July-August one year from now. 

Five of the eight city-based sides will have an Australian in control with Shane Warne, Darren Lehmann and Tom Moody among them. None of the men's groups has a neighbourhood mentor. 

Twenty20 stalwarts Rashid Khan of Afghanistan and West Indian Andre Russell, with an indistinguishable 100,000 pounds hold cost, are among 239 players from outside the UK to enter the draft. Quick bowler Mohammad Amir additionally has a holding cost of £100,000, as indicated by Geo News. 

Britain World Cup victors Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett feature the 331 residential players who have put their names forward for the draft. 

"Groups will choose 12 players on the night — with a limit of three abroad picks — who will join the effectively reported England red-ball contracted players and Local Icons," the ECB said in an announcement.

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