Ashton Agar got injured, now this player can become part of Australia's World Cup squad - Newztezz Online

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Ashton Agar got injured, now this player can become part of Australia's World Cup squad



Before the World Cup 2023, there have been reports of injury to Australian all-rounder Ashton Agar. Agar may be out of the World Cup, so now Australia will have to announce its final team for the World Cup by making changes in its provisional squad. If reports are to be believed, after Agar's injury, the way has now opened for Marnus Labuschagne to join Australia's World Cup squad.

28th September, i.e. today is the last day when all the teams can announce their final team for the World Cup. If Agar is completely out of the World Cup due to injury, then the chances of Marnus Labuschagne being included in Australia's World Cup squad seem quite high. This is because at present this right-handed batsman is present in India with the Australian team.

Marnus played all three matches of the ODI series played between India and Australia before the World Cup, in which he scored a total of 138 runs with his bat at an average of 46. Marnus also played a brilliant inning of 72 runs in the last match of the series, after which he has strengthened his claim for the World Cup. Marnus has so far scored 1268 runs in 38 matches for Australia in ODI cricket. He can also bowl to some extent, so if Australia adds him to their team then they can benefit. According to reports, it is also believed that injured player Travis Head can be kept in the Australia team.

Australia's provisional World Cup squad

Pat Cummins (captain), Steve Smith, David Warner, Alex Carey (wicketkeeper), Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa and Mitchell Starc. .

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