The Hundred 2023: Sam Hain – the prolific run-scorer who England might flip to

Sam Hain plays a shot for Warwickshire in the County Championship


Sam Hain averages 60.55 in the County Championship this season, and averaged 96 in the T20 Blast
Venue: Trent Bridge Date: Saturday, 19 August Time: 14:30 BST
Coverage: Live coverage on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from 14:15 BST. Ball-by-ball commentary on 5 Sports Extra and BBC Sounds. Watch and listen on the BBC Sport website and app alongside live text commentary and in-play video clips.

English men’s cricket is in one of its strongest periods in recent times, with the Test side trending in the right direction and the white-ball sides holding both the T20 and 50-over World Cups.

Domestic competitions are also bursting at the seams with talented players pushing for international recognition, with Warwickshire’s Sam Hain a prime example.

The 28-year-old has been in phenomenal touch over the past few years, with his List A average regularly hovering around 60 – one of the best ever – but he’s yet to play a game for England, and the clamour for him to do so is getting louder.

BBC Sport spoke…