India's tour of Australia is scheduled to begin on 27 November. The Indian team, which is gearing up for a tough battle in the ODI series, will take on the ground with a new attitude and a new look. Meanwhile, there is great news that Team India's jersey has changed. The Indian team will be seen in the One-Day and T20 series against Australia in New Jersey.
Team opener Shikhar Dhawan posted a new picture from all his social media handles. Seeing this jersey will be reminiscent of the 1992 World Cup. For the first time when all the teams came to the World Cup wearing colorful dresses, Team India's kit used to be dark blue. This time also the navy blue color has been used. The lower will also be of the same color.
Team India's kit sponsor changed
Remember that recently the BCCI has got a new kit sponsor. Team India's jersey is now named after online game company MPL instead of NIKE. According to the new agreement, MPL will give Rs 65 lakh to BCCI for every match. The men's, women's and under-19 team jerseys will also have the MPL written on them.
Such is the schedule of the Australia series
India will play a three-match one-day series in Australia. Which will start in Sydney from 27 November. The second one-day will be held on 29 November and the third match on 2 December. The T20 series will begin on December 4. The second T20 will be played on 6 December and the third T20 match on 8 December. The four-match game's long format will begin with a day-night test match at Adilate.