Coverage across the BBC and Sky Sports.
BBC: 2009 World Cup winner Isa Guha will lead all the live action for fans watching at home. Joining her will be BBC Cricket's lead analyst and England Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan, former England spinner Phil Tufnell, England Captain Heather Knight and T20 World Cup hero Carlos Brathwaite.
On the ground gathering fan reaction will be the dynamic duo of roving reporters; Chris Hughes and Vick Hope who will both get straight to the heart of the action at each of the live BBC Two and BBC iPlayer games.
During the three hour TV shows will be features from the Tailenders trio; Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White. They’ll guide viewers through the new competition in their unique way while undertaking some fun challenges along the way.
Each show will also see a local special guest from the world of music and entertainment. As fans of the competition and even bigger advocates of their home cities, look out for these well-known faces who will champion their home team.
Sky: Sky regulars such as Nasser Hussain, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Rob Key, Ian Ward, David Lloyd, Nick Knight, Mike Atherton and Mark Butcher will be joined by cricketing stars from around the world including Dinesh Karthik, Stuart Broad, Kevin Pietersen, Tammy Beaumont, Daren Sammy, Mel Jones, Wasim Akram, Lydia Greenway and Kumar Sangakkara alongside presenters Andrew Flintoff, Kass Naidoo, Zainab Abbas and Jacqueline Shepherd.
Bringing you the best build-up, live action and post-match analysis, the Sky Sports team will offer viewers sensational coverage of The Hundred tournament, with all the action, drama and entertainment live from cricket grounds across the UK.
Fans will be able to tune in to all 68 games live on Sky Sports’ dedicated channel Sky Sports The Hundred as well as on Sky Sports Mix. All women’s matches and a significant number of men’s games will be streamed live on the Sky Cricket YouTube channel.