Before the T20 World Cup in Australia this year, MPL Sports, India’s official kit partners, said on Tuesday that they will introduce a new jersey for the Indian cricket squad. The skipper Rohit Sharma, the all-rounder Hardik Pandya, and the batter Shreyas Iyer asked the supporters to be a part of their dream jersey in a video that the MPL uploaded on Twitter. MPL said that fans will have the chance to contribute to the jersey, although they did not specify how. Show your love with BCCI for the game by sharing your fan moments, they tweeted. “The game is not the same without you guys cheering us on!”

MPL did not reveal much about the style or pattern of India’s new uniform, which the Rohit Sharma-led team will wear during the T20 World Cup in October-November, but if the video is any indication, the sky-blue color will more than likely return. In ODIs and T20Is, India now dons a deeper shade of blue. Before the T20 World Cup last year, this jersey was introduced. According to MPL, the stripes on the shirt represent the aspirations of a billion Indian cricket team supporters.

Fans rejoiced at the news of a new jersey as they flooded Twitter in anticipation and enthusiasm. Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel, two pacemen, were selected by Indian selectors on Monday to the team for the T20 World Cup, which will begin in Australia next month. Both guys were forced to withdraw from the team for the just-finished Asia Cup T20 event due to injuries.

Avesh Khan was pulled from India’s pace lineup for the major competition, which will take place from October 16 to November 13 Down Under, while fast bowler Mohammed Shami was designated as a standby. After losing to Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the Super Four stage, India was unable to advance to the Asia Cup final.