New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, India’s Smriti Mandhana, Australia’s Meg Lanning and David Warner, and West Indies’ Kieron Pollard are among the 890 players from 22 nations who have enlisted for the impending The Hundred drafts, for the people’s opposition, set to occur on Walk 20.

The eight men’s groups had the choice of holding 10 players each and the ladies’ group could hold 8. On the maintenance day, a sum of 137 players were held, passing on 75 additional spots to be filled on the draft day. A further 16 players, two for each crew, will be added to all kinds of people groups through Trump card Draft before the opposition begins.

In the ladies’ opposition, Birmingham Phoenix will have the primary pick, and in the men’s opposition it will be Northern Superchargers.

The Britain players in the rundown incorporate Dawid Malan, Amy Jones, Ollie Pope, Lauren Filer and Jason Roy. A portion of the other top unfamiliar players are India’s Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh; New Zealand’s Daryl Mitchell, Suzie Bates, Tim Southee and Rachin Ravindra; Australia’s Ashleigh Gardner, Tim David, Matthew Swim, Beth Mooney and Annabel Sutherland; Pakistan’s Shadab Khan and Fatima Sana.

West Indies’ Nicholas Pooran, Deandra Dottin and Shamar Joseph; Ireland’s Orla Prendergast and Paul Stirling; Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews; South Africa’s Lizelle Lee and Lungi Ngidi, Afghanistan’s Mujeeb Ur Rahman; Bangladesh’s Jahanara Alam and Shakib Al Hasan have likewise put their names for the Draft day.