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  • ...ODI and T20I jerseys have had personalisation on their backs since a long time, but Test matches had to wait for this change. @YorkshireCCC— Nicholas james Bramall (@jimbram61) July 22, 2019"Names r okay bt never got the idea about these random numbers in cricket...Cricketing fans on Twitter seemed divided on this development in Test cricket and made their voices heard on the social-networking platform.twitter. The world won&wholesale Metal Teller Rosette Ring Suppliers39;t fall off its axis.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.New Delhi: Test cricket is all set to undergo a major change as Australia and England will lineup with names and jersey numbers on their Test whites in the upcoming Ashes series.could still live with it in ODIs n T20s bt spare tests.names r fine bt w/o numbers @ICC," another fan tweeted.Names r okay bt never got the idea about these random numbers in cricket.

    England will take on Ireland in a one-off four-day Test from July 24 and then the team will face Australia in the Ashes, beginning August 1. I guess it’s all to do with increasing merchandise sales hoping a name will sell more.could still live with it in ODIs n T20s bt spare tests. The world won't fall off its axis," another Twitter user wrote. The game moves on.com/M660T2EI4Z— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 22, 2019Earlier this year, there were reports that Ashes series between England and Australia would bring in modernisation of cricketing kits.. It's fine..names r fine bt w/o numbers @ICC— Mainak (@MGuptaLIVE) July 22, 2019"I like it! After all anything that makes the game easier to follow # is good - think about people with visual impairments for example," one Twitter user wrote.I like it! After all anything that makes the game easier to follow is good - think about people with visual impairments for example.— Andi (@admiralandrea) July 22, 2019"A good addition."Absolutely no problem with numbers 1 to 11 etc but can't see the benefit of names or random high numbers on shirts..

    The game moves on. It's fine.A good addition. I guess it's all to do with increasing merchandise sales hoping a name will sell more.Names and numbers on the back of Test shirts!