Marsh has played in nine out of 10 IPLs, only missing the second season of the tournament in 2009, but at 34 his presence in 2018 can not be taken for granted.
"He said he'll even bat like Shivnarine Chanderpaul if he has to and face the other way (laughs), so I think he'll be alright".
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While Marsh looks a good bet to make the Australian starting line-up at the Gabba in Brisbane on Thursday, Ballance himself looks destined to be left on the sidelines with James Vince and Dawid Malan ahead of him in the pecking order in the middle of the line-up. The skipper Steve Smith was also confident that the opener will be fit and ready in time for the fierce battle. It's part and parcel of playing cricket. He played for Glamorgan during the T20 campaign of 2012, as well as being a member of the Australian touring party for the 2015 Ashes played in England and Wales.
Ball made a brief but lasting impression at the start of the tour before straining ankle ligaments when he lost his footing in his delivery stride earlier in the month.
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"With the Ashes starting very soon I just wanted to get a message out to all the boys in Australia and wish them all the best for the first Test match, all the coaches and backroom staff as well", he said.
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Kevin Mitchell Junior says in the first session, the wicket should live up to its reputation as the quickest and bounciest in the country. "I'll try and have a hit tomorrow at some stage".
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