- Mitchell Marsh will miss the sport in opposition to England on Saturday
- The Australian all-rounder has flown again house for private causes
- Australia may even be with out Glenn Maxwell resulting from concussion
Australia might be with out all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for Saturday’s recreation in opposition to England in Ahmedabad after he flew house for undisclosed private causes.
The information comes a day after it emerged that Glenn Maxwell – who earlier within the event hit a World Cup-record 40-ball century in opposition to the Netherlands – had been dominated out of the match after falling off the back of a golf buggy and suffering concussion.
An announcement from Cricket Australia mentioned: ‘Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has returned house from the World Cup 2023 late final night time for private causes.
A timeline on his return to the squad is to be confirmed. No additional element might be provided at the moment.’
Australia might be with out all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for Saturday’s recreation in opposition to England in Ahmedabad
Cricket Australia mentioned in a press release that Marsh has returned house for private causes
The double blow is more likely to imply a return for one more pair of all-rounders, with Marcus Stoinis again from a calf niggle, and Cameron Inexperienced set to get a recreation after that includes solely twice within the event up to now.
But when the lack of Maxwell had already disadvantaged Australia of an enormous a part of their middle-order explosiveness, Marsh’s departure seems virtually as damaging.
As a makeshift opener, filling in till the return of Travis Head, Marsh had made 52 off 51 balls in opposition to Sri Lanka, adopted by a harmful 121 off 108, with 9 sixes, in opposition to Pakistan.
Steve Smith, who has batted at No 4 in two of Australia’s final three video games, is more likely to return to his favoured slot at No 3, whereas Marnus Labuschagne, whose event strike-rate is as little as 77, is about to retain his place.