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Cricket Australia, Test Series vs India 2018, Virat Kohli, ball-handling: Mitch Marsh sure for summer


MITCH Marsh is confident he has identified the source of his recent problems and is well prepared to face India this summer.

The newly appointed vice president returned from the United Arab Emirates last month, making only 30 runs (at 7.50) in two series Test against Pakistan. In March, the average cricket test is 17.16.

But all-rounder found some form of playing in the Sheffield Shield, making 151 for Western Australia against Queensland on Monday.

Marsh said the big score came after he did some homework in batting technology in the United Arab Emirates.


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    "I feel like I'm really afraid. I went home and looked at a lot of recordings from the United Arab Emirates and blinked a few things," he told journalists Wednesday.

    In discussing what he had learned from the review of the shots, he said: "I lost a little bit of my intention, which is really important to me.

    "My eyes were not completely balanced at the time of release … Sometimes I tend to fall and get to the pad we've seen.

    "It was a really good practice for me at the Brisbane goal, because it's very similar to the UAE, many attacking the bowlers stubs.

    "The United Arab Emirates are in the past, we have a great summer ahead, and I hope I can continue in this form."

    Marsh was three times released by the LBW in four shifts in the United Arab Emirates.


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    He was not chosen for the ODI series against South Africa this month, with selectors choosing to "drive" him along with Nathan Lyon. Marsh said it was not his decision not to play in the series.

    Although 27 years old, he insisted he was delighted to represent his state under construction after four matches against India, starting on December 6.

    "At the end of the day I play cricket and do something that I like and love the Captain of Western Australia," said Marsh.

    Asking if his form is good enough to require a repeat test, he said: "It's a good question, I do not think I should say it.

    "JL (Justin Langer) always says the only currency is running."

    Marsh had an evening show in his last home test series, which arrived last summer at The Ashes.

    He made 320 runs at 106.66 and recorded both of his two career centuries. But before this series, Marsh moved to home ground only 21.18.

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