The Hundred is a professional cricket tournament featuring a 100-ball cricket tournament that will be rolling matches in July and August 2021. It is the first-ever edition of the game with the unique 100-ball format and Round-robin league and playoffs tournament format. Check The Hundred 2021 Live Streaming: What Are The TV Channel?.
All 8 teams are set for the tournament where the administration for the league is with England and Wales Cricket Board. The matches are starting at different venues in England starting this July.
You can enjoy the streaming of the matches and roll of the first-ever season of the unique game with different formats. As cricket is becoming one of the most popular games the administrators are coming up with different formats of the game.
Check out more details about the streaming of the matches on television screens and other platforms.
The matches will not be telecasting on any of the channels in India. Fans of cricket from India can enjoy the streaming of the matches on the digital platform. The platform that will be streaming all the matches of the tournament live is the FanCode app.
All you have to do is download the app and register pay for the match and enjoy the streaming.
The matches will be telecasted live on the television channel in the United Kingdom (UK) on Sky Sports. Another channel Sky Sports Mix will also be streaming the matches live. Certain matches of men’s cricket will also be streaming live on Sky Cricket’s YouTube channel.
18 games will be broadcasting on the BBC channel. Fans from Australia can enjoy the streaming of the matches live on television screens. The matches will be telecasting on Kayo Sports. United States of America will be streaming matches live on Willow TV.
South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa will be streaming the matches live on SuperSport.
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Take a Look at the Commentators for The Hundred
The commentators for Sky Sports will be Mark Butcher, Nasser Hussain, Mike Atherton, Nick Knight, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Rob Key, David Lloyd, Ian Ward.
Jacqueline Shepherd, Andrew Flintoff, Kass Naidoo, Zainab Abbas
Kumar Sangakkara, Dinesh Karthik, Stuart Broad, Mel Jones, Lydia Greenway, Mel Jones, Tammy Beaumont, Kevin Pietersen, Daren Sammy, Wasim Akram,