The men's and women's Hundred reach a climax this weekend, and you can follow it all on the BBC.
Both men's and women's finals from Lord's will be shown live on BBC Two on Saturday.
In addition you can follow every ball of every match on our digital platforms. BBC Sounds will have the 5 Live radio commentaries, and the live blog on the BBC Sport website and app will cover every standout moment along with digital clips, features and analysis.
Here is the schedule in full.
|21 August||Women's final (Southern Brave v Oval Invincibles)||15:00||TV: BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website. Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra. Plus live text commentary and in-play clips on BBC Sport website.|
|21 August||Men's final (Birmingham Phoenix v Southern Brave or Trent Rockets)||18:30||TV: BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website. Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live. Plus live text commentary and in-play clips on BBC Sport website.|
What is The Hundred?
Good question - it's quite simple really.
The Hundred is a new eight-team competition that was created by the England and Wales Cricket Board with the aspiration of reaching a younger, and more diverse, audience while bringing all of the best domestic and overseas players together.
The competition was due to start in 2020, but was postponed because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The 2021 version kicked off on 21 July and will run until 21 August (there is a reserve day if rain interferes on Saturday).
The eight teams are spread across seven cities in the UK: London (London Spirit & Oval Invincibles), Manchester (Manchester Originals), Birmingham (Birmingham Phoenix), Leeds (Northern Superchargers), Nottingham (Trent Rockets), Southampton (Southern Brave) and Cardiff (Welsh Fire).