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Ish Sodhi, Josh Little among latest Hundred replacement signings

Zampa, Maxwell, Stoinis and Abbott due to leave UK for Australia's ODIs against Zimbabwe

Matt Roller
Matt Roller
Ish Sodhi is one strike away from 100 wickets in T20I cricket  •  Getty Images

Ish Sodhi is one strike away from 100 wickets in T20I cricket  •  Getty Images

Ish Sodhi will fly straight to the UK after New Zealand's ongoing tour of the Caribbean after signing a deal with Welsh Fire in the Hundred as a replacement for Adam Zampa, who is one of the four Australians set to return home from the tournament ahead of their ODI series against Zimbabwe.
Sodhi's arrival date is unconfirmed but he is unlikely to be available for Fire's next game, against Southern Brave on Monday, which starts less than 24 hours after New Zealand's third ODI against West Indies. As a result, he is likely to debut next Wednesday, against London Spirit at Lord's.
Zampa, who took four wickets in four games, and Glenn Maxwell, who made 116 runs in four innings for Spirit, have already made their final appearances of the season, while Marcus Stoinis and Sean Abbott will play their final games for Southern Brave and Manchester Originals respectively on Thursday night at the Ageas Bowl.
Josh Little, the Ireland left-arm seamer, will replace Abbott at Originals, while his compatriot Paul Stirling had previously been confirmed as Stoinis' replacement at Brave. Josh Inglis, the wicket-keeper batter, will deputise for Maxwell at Spirit.
Brave have also announced that Sonny Baker, the 19-year-old Somerset seamer, will be an injury replacement for Tymal Mills. Baker has missed most of the 2022 season through injury but has taken nine wickets in three Royal London Cup games. If selected, he would become the first player to make his T20 debut in the Hundred.
Beuran Hendricks, the South African left-arm seamer, has also signed as a short-term replacement for Craig Overton, who has not been released by England after picking up a niggle while playing for the Lions. Brave have only had three out of a permitted four overseas options in their squad so far this season after opting to replace Finn Allen with James Fuller, so Hendricks becomes their back-up option.
Elsewhere, Oval Invincibles have confirmed that Peter Hatzoglou, Perth Scorchers' BBL-winning legspinner, will replace Sunil Narine for their final two group games - and the play-offs, should they qualify - with Narine leaving for the CPL after their game against Birmingham Phoenix on Tuesday.

Matt Roller is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo. @mroller98