Shikhar Dhawan showcases Indian workforce’s new ‘retro’ limited-overs jersey | Cricket News

Sydney: Left-handed opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan on Tuesday shared a glimpse of Team India’s new jersey which they will be carrying within the upcoming limited-overs fixtures towards Australia.

“New jersey, renewed motivation. Ready to go,” wrote Dhawan alongwith an image of himself sporting the jersey on his social media handles.

The ‘retro’ theme shirt, impressed by the 70s, has a navy blue shade, a shift from the standard sky blue color that the workforce has been carrying in recent times. It additionally has the title of BCCI’s new equipment sponsors — MPL Sports, the athleisure put on and sports activities merchandise model from esports platform Mobile Premier League.

MPL Sports has entered right into a three-year settlement with BCCI, the announcement of which was made on November 17 by the Indian cricket board.

The Australian workforce will even be carrying an indigenous jersey for the upcoming three-match T20I sequence towards India starting December 4, after the completion of three-match ODI sequence.

The jersey for the hosts has been designed by Kirrae Whurrong lady Aunty Fiona Clarke, nice great-grand daughter of Grongarrong (Mosquito), who was one of many members of the workforce that performed in England in 1868, designed the unique Walkabout Wickets art work that will characteristic on the entrance of the taking part in shirt. It has been co-designed by Courtney Hagen, Butchulla and Gubbi Gubbi lady and Cricket Australia’s Indigenous Engagement Specialist.

The three-match ODI sequence will be performed on the SCG (November 27, 29) and the Manuka Oval (December 2), adopted by the three-match T20I sequence on the Manuka Oval (December 4) and the SCG (December 6, 8).

After that the 2 groups will compete towards every other within the four-match Test sequence starting December 17 on the Adelaide Oval.


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