Test cricket is all set to undergo a major change as Australia and England will line up with names and jersey numbers on their Test whites in the upcoming Ashes series.
London: ODI and T20I jerseys have had personalisation on their backs since a long time, but Test matches had to wait for this change. England Cricket official Twitter handle confirmed the jersey number of team’s Test match skipper Joe Root and wrote “Names and numbers on the back of Test shirts,” as the caption. Earlier this year, there were reports that Ashes series between England and Australia would bring in modernisation of cricketing kits. However, cricketing fans on Twitter seemed divided on this development.