Shaun Marsh Forced Out of IPL, Sehwag Bids Farewell to ‘Pardesi’
In the six matches this season, Marsh has scored 159 runs at 31.80 – the highest average for the franchise.
Left-handed opener Shaun Marsh has joined the long list of Australian cricketers, who all have pulled out of the cash-rich Indian Premier League tournament.
The 32-year-old veteran is suffering from a back injury and will not take any further part for Kings XI Punjab as he joins his younger brother Mitchell Marsh (side strain), national captain Steve Smith (wrist) and pacer John Hastings (ankle), who have been ruled out of the tourney.
According to Cricket Australia’s official website, Marsh has been carrying a niggle since April 19 game against KKR in which he scored 56.
Unlike brother Mitchell and Smith, Marsh is not part of Australia’s squad for the upcoming tour of the West Indies. If selected, his next international assignment will be Australia’s tour of Sri Lanka in July and August.Cricket Australia Statement
In the six matches for KXIP, Marsh has scored 159 runs at 31.80 – the highest average for the franchise.
The other overseas IPL injury casualties are Kevin Pietersen (calf), Faf du Pluessis (finger), Lasith Malinga (knees), and Samuel Badree (shoulder).
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