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Star Indian Player to join with Warwickshire for English County Tournament 


The Indian Premier League establishments turned him down yet Team India’s Test expert Hanuma Vihari is good to go to plan for the forthcoming six-Test season in the United Kingdom by viewing for English area side Warwickshire. 

The right-handed batsman has effectively left for the UK and will be a piece of the Birmingham based district side for in any event three games this season.

“Yes, Vihari will be playing in the English countryside for Warwickshire this season. He would play a few games. He is already in England now,” said the Senior BCCI Official as told by PTI on Tuesday.

The Warwickshire area’s true page hasn’t made the declaration yet however according to BCCI authorities, the modalities are being worked out.

“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,” added by the Official.

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Vihari last played in the IPL back in 2019 for Delhi Capitals and from that point forward has gone unsold at the progressive closeouts subsequent to being charged as a Test trained professional. 

The 27-year-old has scored 624 runs in 12 Tests for India at a normal of 32 or more. He has hit 104 half hundreds of years. 

Vihari’s last India trip was in the Sydney Test against Australia, where his epic four-hour vigil (23 not out), with a torn hamstring close by Ravichandran Ashwin saved the game for the opposing group 

He returned after an exceptional restoration at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru yet had a uninterested Vijay Hazare Trophy for Andhra, scoring just a solitary 50 years and neglecting to arrive at twofold digits in the following five games.

“All his other Test colleagues are part of the IPL teams including Cheteshwar (Pujara). Even if it’s white ball games, they will be fit and match-ready”.

“However, we need to ensure that Vihari also gets game time before the England tour. It’s not just one World Test Championship final but it’s followed by a full-fledged five-Test series. We need him ready,” concluded by Source.

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