Marcus Stoinis to replace Mitchell Marsh

Posted March 09, 2017

Victoria allrounder Marcus Stoinis has been called into Australia's squad for the remainder of the Test series in India after Mitchell Marsh was ruled out due to an ongoing shoulder injury.

In the two Tests of this series, he managed just 48 runs in four innings and bowled only five overs without picking up a wicket.

The series is now all square at 1-1 after India claimed the second Test by 75 runs.

Reflecting on his injury, team physiotherapist David Beakley revealed that the 25-year-old has been playing with injury for most of the summer and that it has now deteriorated to a level that he could not play any longer.

The third India-Australia Test will begin on March 16 in Ranchi. Henriques made his Test debut during the infamous "homeworkgate" tour of India in 2013, while he scored 265 for NSW in a Sheffield Shield game last month.

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As reported by ESPNCricinfo, Coach Darren Lehman said that they are yet to decide over Marsh's replacement and added, "Mitch Marsh will go back to Melbourne with his shoulder". I was really happy with the way he played the second innings in Pune.

He was among the first group to land in Dubai for a pre-tour training camp, having been ruled out of ODI series against Pakistan (home) and New Zealand (away).

"It's unlucky for Mitch and we move to whoever the next person who comes in".

Khawaja made scores of 26, 18, 11 and 0 in four innings in Sri Lanka past year but bounced back with two knocks of 97 and a match-winning 145 in the day-night Test at the Adelaide Oval this summer, passing 50 in every Test he played.