With three days to go for the start of the two-month-long series in Australia, India opener Shikhar Dhawan gave fans a glimpse of the new jersey on Tuesday. The fans got a glimpse of the retro jersey a month after the Board of Control of Cricket in India inked a deal with MPL Sports. Also Read - Live Cricket Score Ind vs Aus 4th Test Day 4 Today's Match Live Updates Gabba, Brisbane: Quick Wickets Gets IND Back; AUS Lead Crosses 150

The BCCI has signed a three-year contract with MPL Sports from November 2020 to December 2023. The association with the BCCI begins with this tour, which will see Virat Kohli-led team India sporting the new jerseys. Also Read - David Warner's Late DRS Review Stirs Controversy During 4th Test Day 4 Between IND-AUS at Brisbane, Twitterverse Reacts | POSTS

Meanwhile, once the left-handed batsman shared the picture, fans got nostalgic as they drew parallels of the current jersey to the one the national side wore in 1992. Also Read - Brisbane Weather Forecast For 4th Test Day 4: Rain Play Spoilsport During India-Australia at Gabba, Start Time

Dhawan captioned the picture as, “New jersey, renewed motivation. Ready to go.”

Here is how fans reacted:

Meanwhile, Dhawan would be making a comeback to the side after a brilliant IPL season and would be looking to get among the runs early on in the tour.

Here is the schedule

India’s tour of Australia (ODI, T20I and Tests) – Schedule:

  • Australia vs India 1st ODI: November 27 at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Australia vs India 2nd ODI: November 29 at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Australia vs India 3rd ODI: December 1 at Manuka Oval
  • Australia vs India 1st T20I: December 4 at Manuka Oval
  • Australia vs India 2nd T20I: December 6 at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Australia vs India 3rd T20I: December 8 at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Australia vs India 1st Test (Day and Night): December 17-21 at Adelaide Oval
  • Australia vs India 2nd Test (Boxing Day): December 26-30 at Melbourne Cricket Ground/Adelaide Oval
  • Australia vs India 3rd Test: January 7-11 at Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Australia vs India 4th Test: January 15-19 at Brisbane