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Australia’s T20 World Cup captain Mitchell Marsh gives an update on his hamstring injury

Australia’s T20I captain Mitchell Marsh is currently recovering from the hamstring injury with less than a month to go for the World Cup. The mega event is set to commence on June 1 in the West Indies and the USA and Marsh is racing against time to get fit. However, he is confident that he will be ready to get on that plane for the Caribbean. At the same time, the captain insisted that his recovery cannot afford any setbacks now.

For the unversed, Marsh sustained a hamstring injury during the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season while playing for Delhi Capitals. He soon returned home and within a couple of weeks, it was confirmed that the all-rounder was ruled out of the remainder of the season. “The hammy is good, it’s coming along really well. It’s pretty much exactly where we want it to be. It’s one of those things. Just got to get it right over the next three weeks and get on the plane. If we had to play tomorrow, I would be in a bit of trouble. Still a couple of weeks away, and the timing probably sits perfectly barring any setbacks,” Marsh said according to ESPNCricinfo.

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