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Here is the glimpse of Team India’s retro jersey for ICC World Test Championship final

Here is the glimpse of Team India’s retro jersey for ICC World Test Championship final.

Indian dashing all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja on Saturday shared a glimpse of Team India’s retro kit for the final of the ICC World Test Championship at Rose Bowl, Southampton. The final of the inaugural championship will begin on 18th June.

Sharing a photo on social media of the new India’s jersey, Ravindra Jadeja wrote, “Rewind to 90’s #lovingit #india.”

Jadeja with his other Indian mates is currently undergoing their two weeks hard quarantine in Mumbai before boarding a flight to the UK. Team India will once again undergo another layer of quarantine before heading out to have practice sessions.

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The CSK all-rounder had a memorable IPL 2021 season. He hammered unbeaten 62 off 28 against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) which includes a massive 37 runs over of Harshal Patel.

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Post the ICC World Test Championship final, India will battle against home side England in a five games Test Series, starting August 4 at Nottingham. The second test will be at Lord’s (August 12-16) followed by Leeds (Aug 25-29), Oval (Sep 2-6) and Manchester (Sep 10-14).

After the wrap up of the England series on 14th September, the Indian contingent will fly to the UAE for the remainder of the Vivo IPL 2021. As per the reports, a bubble to bubble transfer will be made in order to reduce the extra quarantine days.

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