Englands cricketers will wear poppies in the opening Test against India - if they arrive in time at their Rajkot base. Bubba Starling Jersey . Alastair Cooks team will wear a paper poppy for the first two days of the match at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, which gets under way on Wednesday, November 9, live on Sky Sports. On day three, England intend having one embroidered on their shirts.There has been none of the controversy that has marred the build-up to the World Cup Qualifier between England and Scotland on November 11, where FIFA has warned of consequences if poppies are worn by players. However, both nations intend to wear black armbands carrying the symbol at the Wembley showdown with FA chief executive Martin Glenn describing the situation as a point of principle. India vs England November 9, 2016, 3:30am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Under the International Cricket Council rules, England are free to endorse a total of three charitable causes each year, a category which encompasses wearing the Royal British Legions poppy symbol.Now the only worry for the England and Wales Cricket Board is the unlikely scenario of the iron-on poppies not arriving in Rajkot on time. Also See: Fixtures/results Live cricket on Sky Get Sky Sports Cricket videos Mike Montgomery Jersey . Viewers in the Jets region can watch the game on TSN Jets at 6:30pm ct/7:30pm et. The game is also avialable on TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg at 7pm ct. Steve Busby Jersey . The Cottagers last victory came in a 2-1 home win over West Ham when Rene Meulensteen was still in charge. Since then, a miserable run of seven defeats and two draws has seen the club part with the Dutch coach and replace him with German Felix Magath.TORONTO -- Ricky Ray outduelled Henry Burris and earned the Toronto Argonauts a wild season-opening victory. Ray threw four TD passes to rally Toronto to a 39-34 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Friday night. Rays 10-yard touchdown toss to Dontrelle Inman at 9:49 of the fourth quarter gave the Argos their winning margin in a track meet that featured 51 first downs and 1,000 total offensive yards but still came down to the final play. Burris drove Hamilton from its 44-yard to the Toronto 13 in the final 30 seconds on completions to Greg Ellingson and Onrea Jones. But rookie running back C.J. Gable dropped a screen pass that had he held on to had a clear path to the end zone. Still, the Ticats had one final gasp with three seconds left at the Argos eight-yard line following a penalty, but Andy Fantuz couldnt hold on to Burriss throw in the end zone. "I dont know how many times in my career Ive been on the sidelines watching Henry Burris lead a last-minute drive," Ray said. "But sacking him twice and then the big breakup in the end zone at the end, those were huge." A new-look Argos defence with seven new starters struggled in the first half against Hamilton, which led 31-25 at halftime. Burris was a big reason for that, passing for 207 yards and three TDs but he said the Ticats shouldve put the defending Grey Cup champions away much earlier. "It should not have come down to that play at the end, we left a lot of plays on the field," Burris said. "We were right there but we sputtered when we had the opportunities. "We let it slip away when we had the chance to steal it." Torontos defence still allowed 199 second-half yards but only three-second half points. And the unit sacked Burris on consecutive plays, forcing Hamilton to punt with three minutes remaining and trailing by five points. "We talked at halftime about staying together and how football games arent won by players but by teams that play together with one heartbeat," Argos head coach Scott Milanovich said. "Our guys stayed together and that was an encouraging thing because we have many new guys. "The fact they didnt start pointing fingers and trying to cover their own butts was a positive. We just knuckled down and did enough to win. It was by no means a glorious effort for us but thats a good football team and I think that will prove out throughout the year." Toronto also lost Swayze Waters to an unspecified injury kicking off to start the second half. Waters returned to boot a convert on Inmans TD after receiver Spencer Watt was forced to convert his own second-half TD. Watt and fullback Alexander Robinson kicked off in Waters absence while Inman handled punting duties. "Youve got to give credit to guys like Spencer Watt and Dontrelle Inman that came in and kicked the ball and didnt do anything to hurt us," Milanovich said. "Thats not easy to do when youre kind of a fish out of water doing something youre not used to doing. "I thought those guys did a tremendous job." Ray agreed. "I dont think Ive been around to see something like that and Ive been around for a long time," the 11-year veteran said. "It was pretty cool to see those guys stepp in and do that. Jamie Quirk Jersey. " Burris finished with 361 yards passing and three TDs while rookie Lindsey Lamar had a 104-yard kickoff return touchdown as Hamilton nearly spoiled the party for the Rogers Centre gathering of 29,852. Prior to the game, the Grey Cup was brought out on to the field and players Brandon Isaac, Chad Owens and Chad Kackert along with Milanovich and GM Jim Barker were presented their championship rings before the 12 Grey Cup banner was unfurled. Spectators were then treated to an offensive, wide-open track meet as Burris and Ray took turns dissecting porous defensive units starting the season with no shortage of question marks. Lamar also joined Marcus Thigpen as only players in CFL history to return kickoff for a touchdown on their first career touch. Hamiltons offence sports many of the regulars who were part of the CFLs top-scoring unit last year and Isaac gave the Ticats unit credit but added the Argos defensive players werent happy with their performance. "I dont like the way we played because we played too many snaps," Isaac said. "We were shell-shocked in the beginning however from the second quarter on we were able to make adjustments and make plays when it counted. "That is a real solid offence but at the end of the day we were able to make one just one more play than they did." Hamiltons defence returned eight starters but new defensive co-ordinator Orlondo Steinauer has the daunting task of improving a unit that allowed 32 points and 306 yards passing per game, both league highs. The Ticats defensive woes were highlighted early in the third when on third and five, Ray hit Watt on a 20-yard TD pass to pull the Argos to within 34-32 after Waters was injured. But Kent Austin, in his Ticats coaching debut, said there was plenty of blame to go around for the loss. "We had opportunities to make plays in all three phases of the game," he said. "We have to make sure when the opportunity comes that we come through. "They just made more plays than we did." Jason Barnes had two TDs for Toronto while Kackert had the other and ran for 112 yards on 10 carries. Waters finished with four converts, a field goal and a single. Gable with two, and Fantuz scored Hamiltons other touchdowns. Luca Congi booted the converts and two field goals. NOTES -- In October 2006, Delvin Breaux suffered a near-fatal neck injury covering a kickoff during a high school football game in his native New Orleans. On Friday night, the 23-year-old rookie started at cornerback for the Ticats . . . The Argos decision to sign veteran kicker-punter Noel Prefontaine to the practice roster last week gives the club kicking insurance . . . Running back Chevon Walker, Hamiltons leading rusher last year, was among the Ticats scratches while starting left tackle Tony Washington didnt dress for the Argos . . . Burris begins the season as the CFLs active leading rusher among quarterbacks with 4,735 yards . . . Hamilton begins the season with 37 players in either their first or second year in the CFL, most in the league. Toronto will defend its Grey Cup title with 16 first-year players on its roster . . . Toronto won three-of-four meetings last year with Hamilton. ' ' '