After England lifted the World Cup gold, they are all set to take on the arch-rivals in Test matches for the prestigious Ashes Trophy, which is scheduled to be played from 1st August to 16th September in England.
However, the ever-thrilling Ashes series will be a bit colourful this year as the White jerseys will feature players’ name and number on the back.
Recently, England revealed their Test kit via a tweet with Joe Root wearing the white uniform, having his name and number printed on the back with blue colour.
Names and numbers on the back of Test shirts! pic.twitter.com/M660T2EI4Z
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 22, 2019
Similarly, Australia team will have them printed on their jerseys with green colour.
It was announced earlier this year in March that players will have their name and number printed on the back during the Ashes series.
The Ashes series will be first series as a part of the new Test Championship, which will continue for the next two years.
England will wear their new uniform during their warm-up game against Ireland ahead of the Ashes series.