Drag-flicker Sandeep Singh has remained out-of-favour since India's disastrous Olympics outing in 2012. India are placed in Pool A of the hockey World Cup - to be held in Netherlands from May 31 - with Australia, England, Belgium, Spain and Malaysia.
Indian hockey's High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans said India will play five to six matches during their nine-day tour.
The Waveriders beat Warriors 3-1 in the shoot-out after the regulation 70 minutes ended in a 3-3 tie.
The Uttar Pradesh Wizards, however, had a bright chance to seal the match against Ranchi Rhinos in their favour in the 68th minute when they earned their second penalty corner but they failed to utilise the opportunity to take the match into shoot-out.
Balbir Singh Sr. said he does not share the widely-held belief that India and Pakistan lost ground in world hockey after initial domination due to the introduction of astro-turf surfaces and change in rules.
Punjab Warriors registered a hard-fought 3-2 win over defending champions Ranchi Rhinos while Delhi Waveriders beat Uttar Pradesh Wizards 1-0 to reach the final.
Yuvraj Walmiki scored the only goal in Delhi Waveriders' semi-final clash against Uttar Pradesh Wizards.
Pakistan Hockey Federation president Akhtar Rasool said on Friday that the planned six-match series could only be possible if the two governments including that of India, gave clearances.
Sandeep Singh scored in the 21st and 52nd minutes while Kieran Govers got the other Punjab goal in the 30th minute by converting another penalty corner.
It was Mumbai Magicians' second victory in the tournament this year after having defeated debutants Kalinga Lancers 3-2 in their previous match.
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