The Australian All-rounder Mitchell Marsh will no longer be the part of Indian Premier League 2020 as he stranded in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after his ankle got injured.
According to the details, ankle injury ended Marsh’s IPL 2020 campaign for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).
Cricket Australia, BCCI, and IPL are working to get him back home.
Marsh produced back-to-back impressive innings on the tour of England as Australia resumed action after a six-month hiatus, however, the injury ruled him out for the rest of IPL 2020.
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It is pertinent to mention here that there will be challenges waiting ahead for Marsh even after returning to Australia, facing the prospect having to quarantine for 14 days at the Adelaide Oval hotel, and another 14 days once he reaches Perth.
Moreover Marsh’s injury was one of several blows SRH suffered on a poor opener to their IPL 2020 campaign.
SRH looked on course for victory, at 121-2 chasing 164, but a shocking batting collapse meant they were bundled out for 153, losing eight wickets for just 32 runs.
Jason Omar Holder is expected to join SRH soon.
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Marsh out again!
This is the second time that Marsh has been ruled out of the Indian Premier League.
The injury-prone cricketer had to leave the cash-rich tournament as well in 2017 after suffering from a shoulder injury.