The England cricket team officially launched its home kit for the upcoming 2017 season. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Tuesday made the announcement as they launched the official team jersey in a function organised by them. The One-Day International (ODI) and the Twenty0 International (T20I) jersey have remarkable change with the colour. The ODI jersey is has red and sky blue strips sideways, while the T20I jersey is deep blue. Meanwhile, Natwest is back as the official sponsor of the England cricket team, and it’s logo would feature in all the jersey of all the formats. England would don the new kit with the ODI series against Ireland, starting Friday. Pakistan move ahead of India in ICC T20I Rankings

The England home series would see them hosting Ireland for a two match ODI series, followed by a full tour by South Africa from May 24, while it ends with another full tour by West Indies, from August 22. Also, England host the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 from June 1.