Mumbai invited to Oman to play T20s ahead of World Cup.

The Mumbai group has been welcome to Oman by the nation’s cricket body to play five or six Twenty20 games. The game plan, essentially to give some match practice to the Oman public group which will be taking part in the Twenty20 World Cup in October-November, is a drive of Pankaj Khimji, the head of Oman Cricket (OC).

The greeting is perceived to have been sent by Duleep Mendis, the CEO of OC, to Sanjay Naik, the secretary of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA). The MCA is accepted to have acknowledged the welcome, something Mendis, a previous Sri Lanka commander, affirmed. “Indeed Mumbai group will travel and the subtleties are being worked out,” Mendis told Cricbuzz.

The group is set to leave for Muscat on August 19. The plan is viewed as a mutual benefit for the two players. Oman will stretch out beyond the Twenty20 World Cup and Mumbai side will play with a public group before the beginning of the Indian homegrown season. Oman has equipped for Twenty20 World Cup and will likewise be facilitating six first-round rounds of the ICC occasion.

Mumbai had won the Vijay Hazare one-day Tournament under Prithvi Shaw last year however has not done too well in the Mushtaq Ali T20 competition. With Shaw as of now in England, Mumbai should search for another skipper. Shreyas Iyer, who is perceived to have recuperated from shoulder a medical procedure, will be away in UAE with the Delhi group to get ready for the Indian Premier League (IPL).

MCA authorities, who have likewise affirmed the visit, have said that the Mumbai group will be concluded get-togethers selectors counsel the mentor, Amol Muzumdar. Mumbai selector Gulam Parkar, a previous India player, had worked in Oman for quite a while prior to getting back to Mumbai as of late.