Due to personal reasons, Mitchell Marsh was unable to Play match against England

Due to personal reasons, Mitchell Marsh was unable to Play match against England. Star all-rounder Mitchell Marsh of Australia has been pulled out of the match against England due to personal concerns, which has caused another setback to the country’s World Cup campaign.

Marsh will not be playing in Saturday’s match against England in Ahmedabad since he has returned home by plane to Perth. This comes after Glenn Maxwell was declared ineligible for the match on Monday due to a concussion sustained on a golf outing.

In a statement released on Thursday, Cricket Australia verified that Marsh had returned home by plane on Wednesday evening.

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“Australian allrounder Mitchell Marsh has returned home from the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 late last night for personal reasons,” the statement read. “A timetable for his squad comeback needs to be verified. We will not be providing any more information at this time.

After recovering from a small calf injury that held him out of the last two matches against the Netherlands and New Zealand, Marcus Stoinis is probably fit to return to the team. Cameron Green, on the other hand, is expected to be called up, while Marnus Labuschagne is expected to stay in the middle order. For the match against England, Australia will only have 13 fit players; the only extra players available are Alex Carey and Sean Abbott.

Steven Smith will probably return to his preferred place at number three as a result of Marsh’s absence. However, the absence of Marsh and Maxwell, two of Australia’s most potent and destructive players, is a severe blow to their balance.

Matt Short, a recent debutant, was also a reserve member of the World Cup team early in the competition. He might not be needed if Maxwell returns as anticipated for the next two group-stage matches, but he would be a useful addition if the 34-year-old was absent to play for England. 

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