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The inaugural BBL draft saw overseas players like Faf du Plessis, Trent Boult and Liam Livingston up for selection on Sunday night.

The draft starts at 6.30pm – following the first ODI between Australia and Zimbabwe – and will be broadcast on Foxtel and Fox Cricket on Caio.

332 overseas players from 20 countries are eligible for the draft, although a maximum of 24 will be selected.

Scroll down for everything you need to know about the BBL draft, including our live blog.

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How to watch?

The BBL draft will be telecast live after Australia’s first ODI against Zimbabwe. You can watch the BBL draft live on Foxtel and Kayo. It is scheduled to start at 6:30 PM.

How does the draft work?

The draft will have four rounds:

– Round 1: Platinum players only

– 2nd round: Platinum or Gold

– 3rd round: gold or silver

– 4th round: silver or bronze

A round is drawn as it is (see below), followed by a snake order two to four rounds ahead.

Clubs can pass picks but must sign a minimum of two and a maximum of three players by the end of the draft.

The draft offers clubs a retention option, which allows them to override another club’s option and keep the player if he played for them last season.

Clubs can still sign up to four or five replacement overseas players in addition to the two or three players selected in the draft (up to seven internationals in total).

However, the replacement player must be eligible for the draft unless otherwise authorized by CA.

Draft order (in order from first choice to last)

Platinum players only

Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Brisbane Heat, Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Strikers, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder, Hobart Hurricanes

Platinum players

Faf du Plessis (South Africa), Jason Roy (England), Liam Livingstone (England), Sam Billings (England), Kieron Pollard (West Indies), Andre Russell (West Indies), David Willey (England), Shadab Khan (Pakistan) ) ), Dwayne Bravo (West Indies)

Live blog

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Full list of candidates

Afghanistan

Eligible for retention: Rashid Khan (Adelaide Strikers), Qais Ahmed (Melbourne Stars), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Brisbane Heat), Zaheer Khan (Melbourne Renegades)

Other candidates: ኑር አህመድ፣ ኢጃዝ አህመድዛይ፣ ዚያ ኡር ረህማን፣ ሻራፉዲን አሽራፍ፣ ፋዛልሀቅ ፋሩቂ፣ ሻፊኩላህ ጋፋሪ፣ ኡስማን ጋኒ፣ አላህ መሀመድ ጋዛንፋር፣ ራህማኑላህ ጉርባዝ፣ ሃሚድ ሀሰን፣ ሃምዛ ሆታክ፣ ዋቃራላህ ኢስሃቅ፣ ናንጄያሊያ ካሮቴ፣ ኢዝሃሩልሃቅ ናቬድ፣ ራህማኒ አብዱልሀማን ራዛይህማን , ዋቃር ስላምኬይል , Hashmatullah Shahidi, Mohammad Shahzad, Neven-ul-Haq Murid, Gemay Zadran, Hazratullah Zazai.

Bangladesh

Al-Amin Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Ripon Mondol

Bermuda

kamau leverock

Canada

Khairav ​​Sharma

England

Eligible for retention: Tom Abel (Brisbane Heat), Sam Billings (Sydney Thunder), Joe Clarke (Melbourne Stars), Ian Cockbain (Adelaide Strikers), Jordan Cox (Hobart Hurricanes), Tom Curran (Sydney Sixers), Laurie Evans (Perth Scorchers); George Garton (Adelaide Strikers), Alex Hales (Sydney Thunder), Chris Jordan (Sydney Sixers), Tom Lamonby (Hobart Hurricanes), Tymal Mills (Perth Scorchers), Reece Topley (Melbourne Renegades), James Vince (Sydney Sixers); Daniel Worrall (Adelaide Strikers)

Other candidates: Rehan Ahmed, Toby Albert, Kashif Ali, Tom Alpop, Martin Anderson, Gus Atkinson, Josh Baker, Sonny Baker, Jake Ball, Tom Banton, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Luke Benkenstein, Jacob Bethel, Alex Blake, James Bracey, Henry Brooks, Patrick Brown, Solomon Budiger, Brayden Carsey, Matthew Carter, Jordan Clarke, Josh Cobb, Mason Crane, Zach Crowley, Matt Critchley, Steven Croft, Liam Dawson, Alex Davies, Joe Denny, Brett D’Oliveira, Jacobus Lewis du Ploy, Stephen Eskenazi. , Joey Evison, Matt Fisher, Luke Fletcher, James Fuller, Ben Geddes, Ben Gibbon, Richard Gleeson, Lewis Gregory, Nicholas Gubbins, Sam Hain, Hased Hamid, Miles Hammond, Tom Hartley, Jack Haynes, Freddie Heldrecht, Tom Helm, Ryan Higgins. , Max Holden, Adam Hose, Benny Howell, Lewis Kimber, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Danny Lamb, Tom Lowes, Jack Lining, Jake Lintot, Liam Livingstone, David Lloyd, Adam Lees, Wayne Madsen, Conor Macker, Lewis McManus, Ben Mike, Tom Moore, Daniel Moriarty, Daniel Musley, Steven Mulaney, Craig Overton, Jamie Overton, Samit Patel, Callum Parkinson, Matt Parkinson, David Payne, Michael Pepper, Ollie Bishop, Matthew Potts, Matthew Quinn, Ben Raine, Adam Rossington, Jason Roy. , Phil Salt, George Scrimshaw, John Simpson, Prem Sisodia, Will Smith, Nathan Souter, Mitchell Stanley, Cameron Steele, Darren Stevens, Ollie Stone, Callum Taylor, Jack Taylor, Tommy Taylor, Liam Trevakis, Paul Walter, Joe Weatherly, Ross Whiteley. , David Willey, Chris Wood, Luke Wood, Rob Yates, Saif Zabib

Ireland

Mark Adair, Andy Balbirnie, Curtis Camper, Gareth Delaney, George Dockrell, Josh Little, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector.

Namibia

David Meadows

Nepal

Eligible for retention: Sandeep Lamichhan (Hobart Hurricanes)

Other candidates: Subash Kakurel

Netherlands

Colin Ackerman, Shariz Ahmed, Bass de Liede, Brandon Glover, Fred Klassen, Maxwell O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Tim van der Gugten, Roelof van der Merwe, Paul van Makeren, Tobias Wiese.

New Zealand

Eligible for retention: Colin Munro (Perth Scorers)

Other candidates: Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Mitchell McClenaghan, James Neesham, Ross Taylor.

Oman

Bilal Khan

Pakistan

Eligible for retention: Shadab Khan (Sydney Sixers), Ahmed Daniyal Laff (Melbourne Stars), Syed Faridon Mahmood (Melbourne Stars), Mohammad Hasnain (Pakistan), Fahar Zaman (Brisbane Heat).

Other candidates: Tayyab Abbas, Abbas Afridi, Asif Afridi, Abrar Ahmed, Iftihar Ahmed, Sarfraz Ahmed, Sohail Akhtar, Kamiran Akmal, Umar Akmal, Faisal Akram, Qasim Akram, Asif Ali, Hyder Ali, Adil Amin, Mohammad Amir, Fahim Ashraf, Umaid Asif. . , Salman Irshad, Akif Javed, Usman Khalid, Azam Khan, Imran Khan, Junaid Khan, Maaz Khan, Musa Khan, Sharjeel Khan, Sohail Khan, Zaman Khan, Sohaib Maqsood, Shan Masood, Usama Mir, Muhammad Salman Mirza, Mehran Mumtaz Saad. Nasim, Usman Qadir, Momin Qamar, Ruman Raees, Mamun ur Riaz, Wahab Riaz, Abdullah Shafique, Ali Majeed Shah, Khushdil Shah, Yasir Shah, Saud Shakeel, Usman Shinwari, Haris Sohail, Hussain Talat, Imam-ul-Haq, Khalid. Usman, Imad Wasim, Muhammad Wasim Jr., Amir Yamin, Muhammad Zahid, Zeeshan Zamir, Muhammad De Zeeshan.

Papua New Guinea

Norman Valley

Scotland

Michael Jones, Michael Lisk, George Munsey, Safian Sharif, Hamza Tahir, Craig Wallace, Mark Watt

south africa

Chris Benjamin, Shane Dadswell, Marchant de Lange, Faf du Plessis, Peter Malan, Miguel Pretorius, Riley Rossouw, Imran Tahir.

Sri Lanka

Dinesh Chandimal, Nisala Gamage, Dushan Hemantha, Prabhat Jayasuriya, Ruwantha Kelapota, Ramesh Mendis, Lakshan Sandakan.

United Arab Emirates

Vriitya Aravind, Rahul Bhatia, Aryan Lakra, Alishan Sharafu

America

Eligible for retention: Unmukt Chand (Melbourne Renegades)

Other candidates: Harmeet Singh Badhan, Karima Gore, Andris Ghose, Nostesh Kenjige, Ali Khan, Jaskaran Malhotra, Sarab Netravalkar, Monank Patel, Smith Patel.

West Indies

Eligible for retention: Andre Russell (Melbourne Stars)

ohNominees: Joshua Pope, Carlos Brathwaite, Dwayne Bravo, Johnson Charles, Rivaldo Clark, Sheldon Cottrell, Amrit Das, Mark Dayal, Dominic Drakes, Fidel Edwards, Matthew Forde, Chandrapaul Hemraj, Chemar Holder, Akeel Hossain, Joshua James, Evin Lewis, Obed McCoy, Keemo Paul, Anderson Phillips, Kieron Pollard, Carey Pierre, Ravi Rampaul, Jewar Royal, Sherfane Rutherford, Jayden Seals, Kevin Sinclair, Oshan Thomas, Hayden Walsh, Theon Webster, Kesrick Williams, Niamh Young.

Zimbabwe: Ryan Berle, Eddie Byrom, Elton Chigumbura, Christopher Mpofu, Burake Muzarabani, Tawanda Muye, Richard Ngarawa.

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