India Vs Australia: Michell Marsh Will Miss Upcoming Test Matches – Check Out!

In the last Test matches of India Vs. Australia, both the team was struggling with the bat to get some big score. Even Indian Captain Virat Kohli was also struggling hard to score, and as a result, he slipped down to No.3 from No.2 position.

On Wednesday’s report from Australian coach Darren Lehmann, Australia’s all format all-rounder Mitchel Marsh will be ruled out for the last two Test against India due to his shoulder injury. There was no official announced the replacement name for him.

In the last four innings, Marsh scored 4,31,0 and 13, and as an all-rounder, he only bowls five over in the second Test match. In the first Test, he didn’t bowl.

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Lehmann said, “Mitch Marsh will go back to Melbourne with his shoulder.”

“We’ll decide in the next day or so the replacement there, and then work out what our best XI is from there,” he added.

Michel Marsh

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“He had the injury through the summer, he was fine when he got here, but it just got worse. I was really happy with the way he played the second innings in Pune. It’s unlucky for Mitch, and we move to whoever the next person comes in. Whether we go with Usman Khawaja or Glenn Maxwell or whoever is selected, we’ll wait and see.”

The Australian cricket team physio revealed, “”Mitchell has been playing with a shoulder injury for most of the summer, which we have been managing up until now, but unfortunately it has progressively deteriorated to a point where he is unable to function at the level required. Consequently, he will return to Australia to consult with specialists to advise the best course of action.”

The next Test will be an interesting one for both teams, which will start on March 16 in Ranchi.

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