MPL Sports, the official kit sponsors for the Indian Cricket team, unveiled Team India’s official jersey for the upcoming T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman. MPL sports reveals Indian team’s jersey on their social media handles.
“This isn’t just a Team, they are the pride of India. This isn’t just a jersey, it is the blessing of a billion fans. Get ready to cheer for Team India & #ShowYourGame,” tweeted MPL Sports who are the official kit sponsors for Team India till December 2023.
This isn’t just a Team, they are the pride of India.
This isn’t just a jersey, it is the blessing of a billion fans. Get ready to cheer for Team India & #ShowYourGame 🇮🇳
Order from here now: https://t.co/BiweYY981p#MPLSports #BillionCheersJersey pic.twitter.com/sZynrTjBA0
— MPL Sports (@mpl_sport) October 13, 2021
In November 2020, MPL introduced a retro kit based on the 1992 World Cup theme for ODIs and T20Is. Now, MPL have debuted a new look for the T20 World Cup.
Indian Team’s schedule for the T20 World Cup
The Indian players are currently part of the second leg of IPL which is also taking place in UAE. Post the commencement of the IPL, players will join the Indian camp to prepare for the World Cup.
India will begin their campaign by playing a couple of Warm-up games against Australia on 18th October and South Africa on 20th October. Both the games will take place in Dubai.
The Indian team will commence their World Cup campaign with a heavyweight clash with arch rivals Pakistan on 24th October in Dubai. The Indian team will then play New Zealand, Afghanistan and two qualifying teams from Round one on 31st October, 3rd November, 5th November and 8th November respectively.
Virat Kohli will be captaining the T20I side for the first and last time in a T20 World Cup. Before the start of IPL, Virat Kohli revealed that he was stepping down as captain from the shortest format. MS Dhoni will be joining the team as mentor and it was revealed that the legend will not charge any fees for his services.
• MPL reveals Indian team’s jersey for the T20 World Cup
• India’s World Cup campaign will begin with a warm up encounter against Australia