Australia has unveiled its new gear for the 2018 T20 World Cup, which it will be hosting. The team will be wearing “Indigenous-themed apparel,” according to Cricket Australia since this will be the first time they have represented indigenous Australians or the Australian First Nations in a significant cricket match.

The playing shirt for the team will feature black sleeves and a green and gold gradient on the trunk. Artwork is featured all over the shirt as Aaron Finch’s squad tries to defend the T20 World Cup on home soil this year. The primary image on the shirt’s back depicts the First XI of the Aboriginal team that toured England in 1868.

Only four Indigenous men and two Indigenous women have played international cricket for Australia since the first Test in 1877, despite the efforts of the 1868 squad, who undertook the treacherous voyage by ship to the UK and played 47 matches at locations including Lord’s and The Oval.

Australia is worried about their injury problem going into the tournament. Pace bowler Mitchell Starc, all-arounders Mitch Marsh, and Marcus Stoinis canceled their planned trip to India on Wednesday due to injuries.

“Selectors believed that Marsh, Stoinis, and Starc are best served to stay in Australia to prepare for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup with three games in six days over three locations, involving travel to India and domestically,” Cricket Australia said in a statement. The starting batter, David Warner, has already taken a tour-related break.

Aaron Finch confirmed his retirement from one-day cricket after last Sunday’s triumph against New Zealand. But for the next series against India and the World Cup, which starts with the opening round of games on October 16, he will continue to lead the Australian T20 squad.

The player “would welcome having these games in India, he loves batting there,” all-arounder Glenn Maxwell said on Wednesday. He was great at T20 strategy, which is a critically underrated skill.