The Hundred's second edition is under way, with the ECB hoping to build on the inaugural tournament last year.
The new format gives each team one hundred bowls to take 10 wickets, compared to the slightly longer T20 matches, and uses a draft system to build the teams.
The games are available to watch live on TV across a number of channels and the competition will conclude on September 3, where the finalists of the men's and women's tournaments will play at the Home of Cricket, Lord's.
Here's all you need to know about The Hundred.
How does the new competition format work?
There are eight teams, all city based, that will play each other home and away in the group round of 32 matches. The team finishing top will qualify for the final and the sides in second and third will play an eliminator to decide the other finalist.
Both men’s and women’s final will take place at Lord’s on September 3.
The men will earn between £30,000-£125,000, a striking pay gap with the women who are being paid between £7,500 and £31,250 to play in the tournament.
However, prize money will be equal, although this year's prize pot has not yet been confirmed. Last year, the winning men and women’s teams earned £150,000 each, and the runners-up £75,000.
The Hundred 2022 fixtures
(Men's results only until August 11)
Wednesday August 3 – Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire – Brave won by nine wickets
Thursday August 4 – Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit – Spirit won by three runs
Friday August 5– Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers – Superchargers won by six wickets
Saturday August 6 – Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix – Rockets won by six wickets
Sunday August 7 – Welsh Fire vs Oval Invincibles – Invincibles won by 39 runs
Monday August 8 – London Spirit vs Manchester Originals – Spirit won by 52 runs
Tuesday August 9 – Northern Superchargers vs Trent Rockets – Rockets won by seven wickets
Wednesday August 10 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Southern Brave – Phoenix won by 53 runs
Thursday August 11 – Oval Invincibles vs Northern Superchargers – Invincibles Men won by three wickets; Invincibles Women won by nine wickets
Friday August 12 – Southern Brave vs London Spirit – Spirit Men won by nine runs; Brave Women won by six wickets
Saturday August 13 – Manchester Originals vs Trent Rockets – Rockets Men won by eight wickets; Rockets Women won by 43 runs
Saturday August 13 – Welsh Fire vs Birmingham Phoenix – Phoenix Men won by four runs; Phoenix Women won by 19 runs
Sunday August 14 – Northern Superchargers vs London Spirit – Spirit Men won by seven wickets; Supercharges Women won by five runs
Sunday August 14 – Oval Invincibles vs Southern Brave – Invincibles Men won by seven wickets; Brave Women won by 12 runs
Monday August 15 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets – Phoenix Men won by seven wickets; Phoenix Women won by eight wickets
Tuesday August 16 – Manchester Originals vs Welsh Fire – Originals Men won by 47 runs; Originals Women won by 11 runs
Wednesday August 17 – Trent Rockets vs Oval Invincibles – Rockets Men won by 25 runs; Invincibles Women won by five wickets
Thursday August 18 – Southern Brave vs Manchester Originals – Originals Men won by 68 runs; Brave Women won by nine runs
Friday August 19 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Northern Superchargers
Saturday August 20 – Trent Rockets vs London Spirit
Sunday August 21 – Northern Superchargers vs Manchester Originals
Monday August 22 – Welsh Fire vs Southern Brave
Tuesday August 23 – Oval Invincibles vs Birmingham Phoenix
Wednesday August 24 – London Spirit vs Welsh Fire
Thursday August 25 – Southern Brave vs Trent Rockets
Friday August 26 – Welsh Fire vs Northern Superchargers
Saturday August 27 – London Spirit vs Oval Invincibles
Sunday August 28 – Birmingham Phoenix vs Manchester Originals
Monday August 29 – Trent Rockets vs Welsh Fire
Tuesday August 30 – London Spirit vs Birmingham Phoenix
Wednesday August 31 – Northern Superchargers vs Southern Brave
Wednesday August 31 – Manchester Originals vs Oval Invincibles
Friday September 2 – Eliminator (The Ageas Bowl)
Saturday September 3 – Final (Lord's)