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Sport Mitchell Marsh to undergo scans after punching dressing room wall

19:10  13 october  2019
19:10  13 october  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Western Australia captain Mitchell Marsh has injured his right hand after hitting the dressing room wall at the WACA following his dismissal on the When he was brought back into the side, captain Tim Paine - who was playing for Tasmania in this Shield match - urged Marsh to emulate Ben Stokes.

Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has injured his right hand after he struck the wall in the dressing room following his dismissal in a Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and Tasmania. The extent of the injury to Marsh , the WA captain, will be determined later this week.

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Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has suffered a self-inflicted injury that could cost him his place in Justin Langer's team to face Pakistan next month.

There are fears the 27-year-old has suffered a broken hand after punching a dressing room wall in frustration during Western Australia’s drawn Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania.

Marsh lost his cool after he was caught and bowled by Jackson Bird for 53 early on day four at the WACA.

“Western Australian captain Mitch Marsh injured his hand during today’s Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at the WACA ground,” the WACA confirmed in a statement on Sunday.

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Mitchell Ross Marsh (born 20 October 1991) is an Australian international cricketer. Marsh has represented Australia in all three forms of cricket, making his debut during the 2011–12 season.

“Marsh sustained the injury when he struck the wall in the changerooms following his dismissal earlier in the day.

“The extent of the injury and a time frame on his return will be determined later this week after further investigation.”

Marsh, who is set to undergo scans, will almost certainly miss WA’s next Shield match against Victoria starting on Friday.

But the polarising all-rounder’s moment of madness could cost him much more than a domestic game.

Australia host Pakistan in a two-Test series next month, with the first Test scheduled to be played at the Gabba from November 21.

Marsh was recalled to Australia’s Test line-up for the fifth Ashes Test against England.

He has played 32 Tests since making his debut against Pakistan in October, 2014.

A horror run of injuries and patchy form have prevented the talented all-rounder from cementing a regular spot in the Aussie Test team.

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