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India to wear ‘retro’ jersey during ODI and T20 series against Australia

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1992 Jersey of India. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Team India is reportedly set to donate a new jersey when they play the Horns against Australia in the upcoming ODI and T20 series. Virat Kohli & Co. is visiting Australia for three ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests. The much-awaited series between cricket giants will begin in Sydney with a one-day series on 27 November.

It will be followed by the T20I series, which is scheduled to take place from December 4 to 8. On the other hand, the four-match Test series will begin on 17 December with a day-night test in Adelaide. This will be the first day night Test match between the two countries. Team India left for Australia from Dubai on Wednesday, the BCCI confirmed.

Players have to be in quarantine before they start preparing for the series. According to reports, Team India will be placed on the outskirts of Sydney. Media reports have suggested that bookings for Team India have been made at the Pullman Hotel in the Sydney Olympic Park area. The upcoming series will also resume International cricket For Team India.

New jersey of india

Team India will be seen in a new outfit as they take the field against Australia in the limited overs series. According to an Outlook report, Indian players will wear a ‘retro’ themed shirt inspired by the seventies. Unlike the traditional sky blue that Team India has worn for years, the new jersey will feature a navy blue shade.

The navy blue shirt will also sport the name of BCCI’s new kit sponsors – MPL Sports. Last month, the BCCI signed a three-year agreement with MPL Sports with a revenue of Rs 120 crore. MPL has replaced Nike as the new kit sponsors of Team India.

Like India, Australia will also wear a new jersey for the T20 series, Cricket australia It was confirmed on Wednesday. Aaron Finch & Co. will wear specially designed indigenous shirts in the upcoming T20I series, which aims to recognize and encourage the role of indigenous Australians in the sport.