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Indian will be wearing a new jersey during ODI and T20I series against Australia

November 12, 2020

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Durba

The Indian cricket team is set to wear a new jersey when they lock horns against Australia in the upcoming ODI and the T20I series. Virat Kohli and Co. are visiting Australia for three ODIs, three T20Is, and four Tests. The awaited series between the cricket giants will launch with the ODI arrangement on November 27 in Sydney.

It will be trailed by the T20I series which is booked to happen between December 4 to 8. The four-match Test arrangement, then again, begins on December 17 with the day-night Test in Adelaide. It will be the first day-night Test match between the two countries.

The players should stay isolate prior to beginning their groundwork for the series. As indicated by reports, Team India will be housed on the edges of Sydney. Media reports have proposed that the reserving for Team India has been done at the Pulman Hotel in the Sydney Olympic Park zone. The forthcoming series will likewise stamp the resumption of international cricket for Team India.

About India’s new jersey

Indian cricket team will be found wearing a new jersey when they will challenge Australia in the restricted overs series. As per a report in Outlook, the Indian players will wear a 'retro' topic shirt, propelled by the Seventies. Not at all like the traditional sky blue shading that Team India has been wearing for quite a long time, the new shirt will be having a Navy Blue shade.

The Navy Blue shirts will likewise sport the name of the BCCI's new unit supports – MPL Sports. A month ago, the BCCI had marked a three-year deal worth Rs 120 crores with MPL Sports. MPL has replaced Nike as Team India's new kit sponsors.

Much the same as India, Australia will likewise wear a new shirt for the T20 arrangement, Cricket Australia affirmed on Wednesday. Aaron Finch and Co. will wear exceptionally planned Indigenous shirts in the forthcoming T20I arrangement, a move pointed toward perceiving and empowering the Indigenous Australians' role in the game.

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Durba