Mitchell Marsh is as of now in the United Arab Emirates concluding arrangements for the T20 World Cup, which will be cohosted by the Gulf state close by neighbors Oman, yet is watching out for confronting England in the Ashes in December.
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh is trusting a solid appearance at the Twenty20 World Cup could prompt a review to the Test crew in front of the Ashes series with England later in the year.
Bog is presently in the United Arab Emirates finishing arrangements for the T20 World Cup, which will be cohosted by the Gulf state close by neighbors Oman, yet is watching out for the gathering with Joe Root’s group in December.
“I’d love to play Test cricket again for Australia eventually,” Marsh, who last played for Australia’s Test side two years prior against England, told columnists.
“I’m not going to have a great deal of red-ball cricket to put my name up there for determination, yet like numerous before me in the event that I can act in white ball, you’re as yet in the selectors’ eyes.
“Be that as it may, first of all is to be important for this World Cup, which will be extremely invigorating.”
The 29-year-old is important for an Australian crew that is intending to win the T20 World Cup interestingly as the competition returns following a five-year rest somewhat brought about by COVID-19.
Bog accepts the Aaron Finch-captained group is sufficiently able to go far in the opposition and a positive appearance will give the country a lift in front of the Ashes.
“Driving into the mid year, everybody needs to play great cricket and a ton of our folks in this T20 side will be a piece of the Ashes crew,” he said.
“There’s no questioning in the event that we can work out positively here it will set us up for a truly incredible summer of cricket.
“I feel like we have the crew each late spring to go as far as possible. We have an extraordinary center gathering of players and ideally this year we can up the ante.”