Mitchell Marsh is excited to take on Pakistan in the Perth West Test

Mitchell Marsh is excited to take on Pakistan in the Perth West Test. Australia’s Mitchell Marsh, an all-rounder, stated his enthusiasm about playing in the next West Test match in Perth against Pakistan, which starts on December 14.

Marsh expressed his excitement to play on Perth Stadium’s fast and bouncy pitch where he has never played a Test match during a media conference in Perth, Australia.

“In the entire world, this is the best wicket.” I haven’t played a Test match in Perth yet, but I would be thrilled to play in the West Test if I was picked,” said Marsh.

“As a player, you want a pitch that is fast and bouncy because it gives both the batter and the bowler an equal chance to contest,” he continued.

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Mitchell Marsh also expressed his happiness at being a member of the Australian side in all forms, highlighting his reliable batting approach over the last few years.

“I like being a member of the Australian squad in whatever format. Playing for this squad over the past few years has been an incredible pleasure. I believe I’ve discovered my most reliable hitting strategy from the previous several years,” he remarked.

Recently, Mitchell Marsh was a key player in Australia’s sixth World Cup championship win in India.

During the competition, the 32-year-old all-rounder scored 441 runs, including two hundreds in 10 innings at an average of 49.

In addition, Melbourne will host the second Test match following the West Test from December 26 to 30, while Sydney will play home to the last game of the trip from January 3–7, 2024.

Marsh has before declared that he would not alter his aggressive batting style if given the chance to play against Pakistan.

“My batting style won’t alter. Over the last several years, I think I’ve developed my most reliable technique, and that’s allowed me to truly enjoy playing cricket,” he remarked. “I haven’t played a [Test] match here at Perth Stadium, so obviously, if I’m selected, I’m super excited for that.”

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