England and Australia confirm Ashes squad numbers
England and Australia have now confirmed the squad numbers that will be used by the players named in squads thus far. They basically mirror the existing shirt numbers from white-ball cricket where applicable.
Moeen Ali – 18
James Anderson – 9
Jofra Archer – 22
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) March 16, 2013
Jonny Bairstow – 51
Stuart Broad – 8
Rory Burns – 27
Jos Buttler – 63
Sam Curran – 58
Joe Denly – 24
Joe Root – 66
Jason Roy – 20
Ben Stokes – 55
Olly Stone – 26
Chris Woakes – 19
Cameron Bancroft – 43
Pat Cummins – 30
Marcus Harris – 14
Josh Hazlewood – 38
Travis Head – 62
Usman Khawaja – 1
Marnus Labuschagne – 33
Mitchell Marsh – 8
Nathan Lyon – 67
Michael Neser – 18
Tim Paine – 7
James Pattinson – 19
Peter Siddle – 10
Steve Smith – 49
Mitchell Starc – 56
Matthew Wade – 13
David Warner – 31
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