Maxwell called in as cover for Warner

Maxwell called in as cover for Warner

Left-hander Marsh, 34, has been recalled to his national Test squad for the Ashes series against England.

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. However, the southpaw has not been ruled off the Test yet and remains available for selection.

"He was brilliant for us at Yorkshire last season". He even joked that Warner might even adopt West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul's unusual stance if need be.

Shaun Marsh simply can't seem to catch a break. 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, guys have injuries every now and again and have little niggles, but he's confident that he'll be OK".

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England captain Joe Root, who declined to reveal the makeup of the tourists' side, expects Warner to take his place in the home team.

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.

But back in a country he has previously savoured, albeit at club level, he believes he can help England upset the odds. "I haven't really had a stiff neck like this one before". "There is a lot of exciting young talent at the club and hopefully I can put in some good performances so we can bring some silverware to Wales", said Marsh, as reported by ESPNCricinfo.

Director of Cricket at Glamorgan, Hugh Morris, said, "I am very pleased to announce the signing of Shaun Marsh as our overseas signing for the next two years". "I'll try and have a hit tomorrow at some stage".