Indian cricket team has been synonymous with its blue jersey over the years.
The senior national team, the most-followed in the country, are famously dubbed as the Men in Blue.
However, that is about to change as India are gearing up to sport Orange jerseys for their World Cup 2019 match against England on June 30.
Every team at the 10-team World Cup apart from hosts England have been asked to come up with two jerseys, including a reserve jersey for away matches.
Reports had confirmed earlier this week that India will be wearing a new Orange-dominated jersey for the game vs England.
England, who also wear a blue-dominated jersey, have the right to retain their first-choice kits since they have been labelled as the home team for their big-ticket clash in Birmingham.
While numerous photoshopped images have surfaced online so far, it seems like the fans have finally got a glimpse of the ‘orange’ away kit that the team will wear in certain games.
As per the images that have surfaced online from the official store of the India jerseys, the second kit features dark blue and orange colour.
India last wore the dark blue jersey during the 1992 World Cup and have since been wearing lighter shades of the colour.
Although the images shared by fans on social media look pretty convincing, no official confirmation has come from the BCCI about the same yet.
Popular fan of Team India and Sachin Tendulkar, Sudhir Kumar posted a photo of the rumoured Indian away kit on his Instagram page, adding to speculations.
India are expected to don the away kit for the first time against England, with the match scheduled to take place on June 30.