Ignore the big hitters and pick spin at The Hundred Draft.
That is the view of former England batsman Nasser Hussain, who called Afghanistan duo Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman because his top 2 choices while masquerading as Manchester Originals head trainer Simon Katich during a draft on Sky Sports News on Friday evening.
Hussain's fellow pundit, Rob Key, took charge of Trent Rockets within our pseudo draft, with former England Women's celebrity Lydia Greenway - that will coach the Oval Invincibles' women's group at the inaugural championship next summer - place in control of the Invincibles' men's hands.
Trent Rockets will select first - live on Sky Sports Cricket from 7pm - therefore sticking with that system, Keysy was the eponymous choice and opted for West Indies' Andre Russell.
"He's one of the most sought after players, an all-rounder who smacks it from the playground," said Key - until he was quickly taken down from Nasser!
"Essential is obsessed with hitting sixes and fours but white-ball cricket, short-form cricket, is about puzzle twist. Thus, Rashid Khan. You win with twist, so I'd go for much more puzzle with Mujeeb."
Greenway eye batsmen up because her stars that were abroad, choosing at Australia's David Warner and New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson - though Keysy discovered one selection sudden!
"Lydia has gone for Williamson, the Evaluation batsman who blocks out the hell of it..."
The Hundred Draft - Live will be shown on Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Sky One from 7pm on Sunday. It will also be available through Sky Sports' Facebook and YouTube stations, in addition to reside on the Sky Sports program and streamed skysports.com.
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