Marsh’s exceptional performances across formats this year have led to discussions of his potential competition with David Warner and Travis Head for the position of opener at the WC.
In an interview with AAP (Australian Associated Press), Marsh said, “I expect to bat in the middle order,” indicating his readiness to adapt to the demands of the team. He appreciated Warner’s legendary status in one day.cricket and white-ball formats, making it clear that Warner’s presence at the top of the order is crucial.” Things may change, but Davey is literally one of the GOATS (greatest of all time) of one-day and white-ball cricket. in general. We have Travis Heada a AustraliaHe is the best player in all three formats, so I dare say I will probably not open the batting,” added Marsh.
Warner, who has opened predominantly in 142 ODIs, will rejoin the squad for the five-match ODI series against South Africa starting in Bloemfontein this Thursday.
Marsh has been in remarkable form this year, exemplified by his remarkable contributions as an opener in the ODIs against India where he scored 81, 66 not out and 47 earlier this year. He carried his form into the Ashes series and then showcased his batting skills in the T20 series against South Africa.
Marsh emphasized that his approach, transitioning from Test cricket to T20 cricket, will remain relatively consistent.
The all-rounder continued: “My approach from Test cricket to T20 cricket won’t be too different. It’s often the situation of the game in Test cricket. There were times in Manchester when I couldn’t go there and try to hit guys for six and put pressure on them again. He had to I just gobble up the deliveries. Those are the intricacies of Test cricket. But generally my approach won’t change much now.”
(With inputs from PTI)
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