IPL 2017: Injured Mitchell Marsh To Miss Out For Rising Pune Supergiants – Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh is likely to miss the IPL 2017 due to injury succumbed during India vs Australia series. Marsh injured his shoulder during the 2nd Test against India at Bangalore. The injury during the test series forced the all-rounder to return back to home and now has also ruled out his chances to play richest cricket league in the world. Mitchell Marsh’s absence is surely a big blow for his franchise Rising Pune Supergiants. (Also Read: IPL 2017 Schedule PDF Download)
Cricket Australia (CA) on Monday announced via twitter that the 25-year-old all-rounder is facing a lengthy absence due to injury. However, the exact duration of time was not disclosed by Cricket Australia.
This is a big blow for Rising Pune Supergiants who had picked Ben Stokes, another all-rounder for a record price of 14 crores. RPS were expecting the magic from the two all-rounders. But Mitchell Marsh absence means RPS will have to find another all-rounder who would assist Ben Stokes. Rising Pune Supergiants are hoping a huge finish in IPL 2017 after finishing 7th in last year’s IPL. (Trending Now: Watch IPL 2017 Advertisements)
Mitchell Marsh is an impressive all-rounder and his batting-bowling skills surely would have been handy for RPS. Even last year, Rising Pune Supergiants dealt with injury blows. It may be recalled here that Marsh was injured during the IPL 9 as well and went home after being ruled out with a side strain. (Also Read: Who will win IPL 2017 – Vote for your favourite team)
Earlier Australia’s physiotherapist David Beakley had said, Mitchell has been playing with a shoulder injury for most of the summer,”. “We have been managing (it) up until now but unfortunately it has progressively deteriorated to a point where he is unable to function at the level required.”
Mitchell has been playing with a shoulder injury for most of the summer. We have been managing (it) up until now but unfortunately it has progressively deteriorated to a point where he is unable to function at the level required.
Mitchell Marsh who went back to Australia last week after injury is expected to visit a specialist in next week after which we will get complete details.