The Indian cricket team is expected to unveil a new kit, the first of its kind, on Monday, with the team’s head coach Rahul Dravid set to unveil the new kit on Twitter.
According to The Times, the new look of the cricket team’s kit will be unveiled on Monday afternoon, with Dravids tweet saying: “Today we have introduced our first official kit for the 2020-21 season.
We have worked hard over the last two years on the design and we are proud of the new design that will reflect our identity as an independent country.
This is the first time that we have seen a team kit that has a full kit, a separate collar, sleeves and a back cover.
The team’s new kit will feature a modern look with the captain wearing the same white shirt that he wears in the cricket arena.”
The design is based on the designs that were used in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, with a subtle colour gradient across the top and sides of the jersey.
The new kit also has a new collar that is more similar to the one worn by the Indian cricket captains in the late 1980s.
The team also plans to unveil another new crest.
The crest will feature the initials ‘D’ and ‘P’ of the Indian team, and will be based on an ancient Hindu deity, Shiva.
The jersey will also feature an orange trim and a black collar with a white trim.
The team will wear the same colour jersey for the home and away matches as they have worn since 2010.