The Indian cricket team might be seen in different colours for a couple of matches in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. This soil travelled to the United Kingdom and was handed over by Star Sports anchor Jatin Sapru to India captain Virat Kohli prior to the India-Australia game. "In advance of the event the teams will be notified which colored kit will be worn in each match", the ICC had said in a release at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
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According to India Today's reports, Virat Kohli and Co. will be wearing an alternate jersey against India. So, why will the team that has otherwise been sporting a blue kit for the World Cup turn up in a different colour for this game? While the team's original blue jersey has a spattering of orange, their away jersey could be a reverse one.
Over the years, Indian cricketers have donned several jerseys for tournaments but all of them had a common feature: they were all predominantly in blue.
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Inspired by the home and away jerseys that are usually used in football, the ICC applied similar rule in the on-going World Cup tournament to avoid jersey clashes in the tournament.
Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka have already disclosed their away jerseys while conjectures looms over India's away kit which is yet to be revealed. While there were speculations that the new jersey would be revealed during their match against Afganistan on Saturday.
In fact, this will be the first time in the Indian cricket history that the players will be wearing a jersey with another dominant colour other than "blue". Australia, New Zealand and the West Indies have been exempted from the rule due to their unique colours. "For instance, the Pakistan team has been exempted from changing their familiar green although there are teams such as Bangladesh, which too, wear green", he added.