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Sport isn’t just about playing well and winning trophies, it’s also about looking great while playing the sport.

The jerseys are an important part of the modern game of cricket as fans clamor to buy their favorite team’s new jersey and wear it with pride. The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup begins in May with the best teams in some seriously sharp shirts. Fans of the Cricket World Cup are excited about the event and debating which team will win this year’s tournament. Cricket supporters can check this offer and wager on the team they predict will win the World Cup.

The 2019 ICC World Cup will see 10 national teams descend on England and Wales. Here is a look at some of the best cricket jerseys that will be on show before and during tournament.


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India were knocked out of the 2015 World Cup at the semifinal stage by the Australian champions. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli, and Harmanpreet Kaur will hope to go further this time round as the three cricket stars have plenty of fans believing they can win it all. With the first ball ready to be bowled fans can use the Bethard bonus to wager on their favorite national team before the tournament starts.

The two-time Cricket World Cup winners unveiled their jerseys for this summer’s event in early March. India has gone for a royal blue jersey with sleeves featuring a light blue tone while the Nike Swoosh is very visible on the left side of the chest.

A very clean jersey with a classic look to it there will surely be plenty of India fans buying replica jerseys during the World Cup.


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In February, Australia announced it would wear an updated version of their 1999 cricket Jersey - the 1999 World Cup triumph left an indelible mark on the nation. Australian cricket fans voted in an online poll to bring back the cricket jersey although the official shirt hasn’t been unveiled. If it looks anything like the 1999 jersey it will be a  winner in the fans eyes.

The reigning Cricket World Cup winners have won four of the last five editions of the tournament.


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England’s ODI jerseys produced by New Balance will certainly look great as they don their navy-blue jersey at this year’s World Cup, but they aren’t as eye-catching as the country’s T20 jerseys.

The T20 jerseys are all red with blue accent unlike the ODI jersey the T20 lacks a collar perhaps the only knock on the shirt is it looks more like a soccer or rugby shirt rather than a cricket shirt.

Although England won’t wear the T20 jerseys at the World Cup they have been tipped to win it by cricket insiders.

South Africa

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While England have a classic look in terms of ODI and T20 cricket jerseys South Africa have gone for something more flamboyant.

The South African’s green and yellow 2018/19 ODI shirt contains a blast of color with shade and graphics so If you want to get noticed on the cricket pitch then this is the jersey to wear.

South Africa have never made it past the Cricket World Cup semifinals but they are aiming for their first ever finals appearance in July.