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Mitchell Marsh Ruled Out Of Australia’s World Cup Campaign Indefinitely
By CricShots - Nov 2, 2023 10:20 am
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Australia’s World Cup campaign has suffered another major blow with star allrounder Mitchell Marsh ruled out of the England clash after flying home for personal reasons. Marsh has flown home to Perth and will not play in Saturday’s clash with England in Ahmedabad. This comes on the back of Glenn Maxwell being ruled out of the clash after suffering a concussion during a golf day on Monday.

Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh 

Marsh’s absence is a huge blow to Australia, as he is one of their most important players. He is a versatile allrounder who can bat, bowl, and field at a high level. He has also been in good form in the tournament so far, scoring 153 runs and taking 10 wickets in six matches.

Australia is already without several key players due to injury, including Ashton Agar, Josh Inglis, and Mitch Starc. Marsh’s absence will leave them even more stretched for resources. It is unclear how long Marsh will be out of action, but his absence is a major setback for Australia’s World Cup hopes. They are currently in second place in the group table, but they face a tough task against England, who are the defending champions.

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Marsh’s absence is a huge blow to Australia, as he is one of their most important players. He is a versatile allrounder who can bat, bowl, and field at a high level. He has also been in good form in the tournament, scoring 153 runs and taking 10 wickets in six matches.

 

Australia is already without several key players due to injury, including Ashton Agar, Josh Inglis, and Mitch Starc. Marsh’s absence will leave them even more stretched for resources.

It is unclear how long Marsh will be out of action, but his absence is a major setback for Australia’s World Cup hopes. They are currently in second place in the group table, but they face a tough task against England, who are the defending champions.

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Australia will need to find a way to replace Marsh in the team, but it will not be easy. They have lots of talented players in their squad, but none of them are direct replacements for Marsh. Marcus Stoinis is likely to come into the team, but he is not as good a bowler as Marsh. Cameron Green is another option, but he is inexperienced internationally.

Australia will also need to decide how they want to adjust their batting order. If they move Smith to No.3, it will leave a hole at No.4. If they keep Smith at No.4, they will need to find someone to bat at No.3. No matter how they decide to adjust their team, Australia will be a weaker team without Marsh. He is one of their most important players, and his absence is a major setback for their World Cup hopes.