Shaun Marsh ruled out of World Cup after bruising nets session

Shaun Marsh will require medical procedure to fix a messed up lower arm in the wake of being struck by a rising Pat Cummins conveyance, while Glenn Maxwell was likewise sent to emergency clinic after he was hit by a Mitchell Starc ball.

A wild nets session at Old Trafford left one Australian batsman managed out of the Cricket World Cup and another shouting in torment however mentor Justin Langer said the hard preparing would pay profits on the field.

Center request batsman Shaun Marsh will require medical procedure to fix a messed up lower arm in the wake of being struck by a rising Pat Cummins conveyance, while all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was additionally sent to clinic after he was hit by a Mitchell Starc ball.

Maxwell, who was howling in desolation as restorative staff surged in to investigate the harm, may yet have an impact in the dead elastic against South Africa on Saturday yet Marsh’s World Cup is finished.

A success over South Africa would in all likelihood mean Australia lock in a semi-last against New Zealand at a similar ground, which may be desirable over the possibility of an England semi-last at Edgbaston given the hosts’ arrival to frame.

Capt Aaron Finch said the nets session wounds were not perfect but rather the batsmen should have been prepared to face top-rack quicks like India’s Jasprit Bumrah and South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada.

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