AAP Australian Sports – Marcus Stoinis will be put through his paces to begin to determine whether he will take any further part in Australia’s World Cup campaign.

Summary

  • Marcus Stoinis will be put through his paces to begin to determine whether he will take any further part in Australia’s World Cup campaign.
  • Australia have conceded not having a pace-bowling allrounder available is hurting team balance, with Adam Zampa being the chief casualty over the past two games.
  • Mitch Marsh travelled with the team to Nottingham instead of heading to Northamptonshire with the Australia A group, and will be ready to come into the World Cup squad if called upon.
  • Australia will almost certainly stick with four front-line bowlers plus Glenn Maxwell and an allrounder, meaning there won’t be room for both Marsh and Khawaja.
  • Marsh has scores of 23 and 3, as part of Australia’s late-innings issues in the past two games.

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