Hanuma Vihari Set To Play County Cricket For Warwickshire Before WTC Finals
Indian middle-order batsman Hanuma Vihari is all set to play county cricket for Warwickshire this season as a preparation for World Test Championship Final and England tour.
According to reports, Vihari has already left for England and will play a minimum of three games this season which starts from 8th April.
"Yes, Vihari will be playing in the English county side for Warwickshire this season. He would play a few games. He is in England now," said a senior BCCI official on Tuesday.
"The contract is being chalked out. He will play a minimum of three games. We are trying to figure out if there is a chance to play a few more," the official added.
The right-handed batsman last played for India in the famous Sydney test match where Vihari along with R Ashwin survived a full session on day 5 to draw the game. He was struggling with a hamstring injury during his 23 not out knock and was sent to NCA for rehab after the series.
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