LAHORE: Allrounder Mitchell Marsh has been dominated out of Australia’s remaining limited-overs cricket matches in Pakistan due to a hip damage.
Marsh will be a part of Delhi Capitals within the Indian Premier League (IPL) to proceed his restoration from the low-grade hip flexor damage he sustained throughout observe forward of the ODI sequence in Lahore.
“Being able to focus on my recovery without the travel and isolation break is the best approach,” Marsh mentioned in a press release Wednesday, the morning after Australia’s under-strength squad beat Pakistan by 88 runs to open a three-game ODI sequence.
The damage had put Marsh’s participation within the IPL unsure for the third straight 12 months. He missed the profitable home T20 league in 2021 resulting from bubble fatigue and sustained an ankle damage early within the 2020 season.
Marsh had been scheduled to overlook Delhi’s first three IPL video games due to his commitments with the Australian crew’s Pakistan tour, which ends on April 5.