Shaun Marsh has been dominated out of the Cricket World Cup with a damaged wrist, with Peter Handscomb introduced into Australia’s squad as a alternative.
Marsh was hit by a brief Pat Cummins ball in coaching on Thursday, with fellow batsman Glenn Maxwell additionally struck on the arm.
Maxwell was additionally despatched for scans following the incident, simply two days out from Australia’s conflict with South Africa.
Maxwell was first collected by a Mitchell Starc brief ball, leading to a blow to his proper forearm.
Marsh changed him within the internet, solely to be struck down by a Cummins ball that hit him on the proper wrist lower than 10 minutes later.
“Shaun did not look too good to be trustworthy so fingers crossed for him and I am undecided about Maxi,” coach Justin Langer stated.
“(Marsh’s damage) appeared fairly dangerous, he obtained hit proper on the tip of the wrist so he seems to be in a fairly dangerous method sadly.
“Hopefully (Maxwell) will probably be okay. We’ll have an X-ray and discover out. Shaun appeared worse than that.”
It capped off a nervous hour for Australia, after Steve Smith harm his finger fielding and Jason Behrendorff additionally wanted minor therapy following an analogous damage.
Marsh has performed simply two video games on the tour however would have usually come into the facet within the occasion of an damage to Maxwell.
If they’re each out, Australia will probably must name upon a alternative from the Australia A squad, who’re 5 hours down the street in Brighton.
Matthew Wade has already blitzed the white-ball part of that tour, whereas the likes of Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head are additionally accessible.
“That is why we had the blokes over right here, in case somebody obtained injured,” Langer stated.
“We’ll take into consideration that after we get the info … There are a few guys in good type.
The accidents got here after Australia had already confirmed they might not relaxation frontline quicks Starc and Cummins for the match, determined to take care of momentum forward of the finals.