Marsh Gets Another Crack; Khawaja Injury Means Batsman Earns a Recall

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Marsh Gets Another Crack; Khawaja Injury Means Batsman Earns a Recall


Byline: JOSH SPASARO APN SPORTS BUREAU

CRICKET: Australia's selectors have shown faith in Shaun Marsh and given him one more chance to resurrect his international career for the third Test against New Zealand in Adelaide.

The 32-year-old was recalled for the final Test of the Trans-Tasman Trophy, the first day-night five-day game in history, starting next Friday, in a 13-man squad.

The other inclusions were pacemen James Pattinson and Peter Siddle, and left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe.

Those reinforcements have come in for the injured Usman Khawaja and the now-retired Mitchell Johnson.

Marsh's 15-Test career, spanning more than four years, has featured some massive highs and lows.

The most recent disappointment came earlier this year when he was brought into the Australian team for the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.

But he managed scores of zero and two as his team was bowled out for just 60 in its first innings, humiliated by England's bowlers.

There's no denying his talent, though, and a hundred on his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2011 proved how good he can be.

One weakness of Marsh's game is his supposed appetite for wafting at balls outside off stump and regularly bringing the slips cordon into play.

The New Zealand quicks, led by Tim Southee and Trent Boult, will be aiming to exploit that.

With the Adelaide Test to be played in the afternoon and evening using a pink ball, O'Keefe's inclusion indicated the selectors were unsure the Adelaide pitch would be hard and dry, given the heatwave conditions expected. …

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