Shubman Gill of Gujarat Titans, IPL 2023

Former Indian Premier League champions Gujarat Titans are all set to take on CSK in match 66 of IPL 2024 on Thursday, May 16, at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad

The 2022 winners have had a rough journey in the competition thus far having lost seven out of their 13 matches as they find themselves eighth in the league and have already been eliminated from the playoffs race.

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Why will GT wear lavender jersey during IPL 2024 match?

In a wonderful and noble gesture, Gujarat Titans will don the special lavender kit to show their support for cancer patients across the globe as well as in India. This will be the second season in a row that the franchise will wear the special jersey.

Speaking on GT's effort to fight cancer, COO Colonel Arvinder Singh said, 

Cancer affects countless lives, and the lavender jerseys are a small gesture on our part to the cause. The jerseys are a symbol of our support to cancer patients and survivors, serving as a reminder about the need for preventive measures and early diagnosis to win the battle against cancer. Together with our fans, we hope to create a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.

While captain Shubman Gill further elucidated,

As sportspersons, we are aware of our social responsibility to our fans and the community at large. Wearing these lavender jerseys unites us with cancer fighters and honours their courage. Together, we hope that our efforts will contribute to a world where the burden of cancer can be overcome through awareness and education.

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When will GT wear lavender jerseys during IPL 2024?

GT will be seen in lavender jerseys during their final group stage game of the IPL 2024 season, against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Thursday, May 16.

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