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Mitchell Marsh heading into T20 World Cup with one eye on reclaiming place in Australian Test squad

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Mitchell Marsh is at present within the United Arab Emirates finalising preparations for the T20 World Cup, which might be cohosted by the Gulf state alongside neighbours Oman, however is holding one eye on going through England within the Ashes in December. Marsh is at present within the United Arab Emirates finalising preparations for the T20 World Cup. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMarsh’s final Test was additionally within the Ashes in October 2019Marsh believes Australia are ok to go far within the T20 World CupHe mentioned a constructive displaying will give the nation a lift forward of the AshesAustralian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh is hoping a robust displaying on the Twenty20 World Cup might result in a recall to the Test squad forward of the Ashes sequence with England later within the yr.

Marsh is at present within the United Arab Emirates finalising preparations for the T20 World Cup, which might be cohosted by the Gulf state alongside neighbours Oman, however is holding one eye on the assembly with Joe Root’s staff in December.”I’d love to play Test cricket again for Australia at some point,” Marsh, who final performed for Australia’s Test aspect two years in the past towards England, informed reporters.”I’m not going to have a lot of red-ball cricket to put my name up there for selection, but like many before me if I can perform in white ball then you’re still in the selectors’ eyes.”But first issues first is to be a part of this World Cup, which goes to be very thrilling.”The 29-year-old is part of an Australian squad that is aiming to win the T20 World Cup for the first time as the tournament returns after a five-year hiatus partially caused by COVID-19.Australia’s best performance came in 2010 when they finished as runners-up behind England in the West Indies.Marsh believes the Aaron Finch-captained team is strong enough to go far in the competition and a positive showing will give the country a boost ahead of the Ashes.”Leading into the summer season, everybody desires to be enjoying good cricket and a number of our guys on this T20 aspect might be part of the Ashes squad,” he said.”There’s no doubting if we are able to go nicely right here it can set us up for a very nice summer season of cricket.”I feel like we have the squad every summer to go all the way. We’ve got a great core group of players and hopefully this year we can go one better.”Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.