Australia unveils its new T20I jersey ahead of the mega series against India
Glitter and glamor Indian Premier League 2020 Mumbai Indians finally won the 5th title with full enthusiasm. As this chapter closes, blue men are seen in the next big picture of cricket. The Indian team is set to travel to Australia this week to lock horns with the host team for a jumbo series. The entire team will fly to Sydney at once and meanwhile begin their quarantine period.
India will face Australia for a series of three ODIs and a series of four Test matches followed by several T20Is. The ODI tournaments will end on 27 November, and the entire tour will be played inside a bio-safe bubble. In the latest turn of events, Cricket Australia (CA) has revealed the new T20I jersey for its team. He tweeted Australia’s new T20I outfit with orange, olive green, and black as its flagship.
Australia is ready to celebrate the people of its First Nation by sporting a new home jersey. “The Australian men’s team will celebrate our First Nations people this summer by wearing this incredible indigenous sports shirt for the entirety of the #AUSvIND Dettol T20 series!” Cricket Australia tweeted.
He also revealed intricate details about his jersey as it symbolized various important things. In the same tweet, he was also accepted by New Jersey designers.
His other tweet reads, “The shirt designed by Kirra Whirong woman aunt Fiona Clarke and Buchullah and Gubbi Gubbi woman Courtney Hagen tells the story of the 1868 cricket team.”
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– Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) November 11, 2020
As soon as the successful edition of the IPL concludes, the Indian team will move into the bio-bubble created by the BCCI to tour Australia. In all formats, captain Virat Kohli stepped in shortly before and now other players will also follow him. In light of upcoming Australia tour, Hitman’s fitness Rohit Sharma Was stuck in many questions.
He was not named by the BCCI in any squad against the Kangaroos. However, he has his name in the Test column in a revised list by the BCCI.