Australia’s Mitchell Marsh to make batting return against West Indies. Mitchell Ross Marsh is an Australian international cricketer.

Mitchell Marsh is set to return at number three in the first T20 World Cup warm-up against West Indies but will be spared bowling duties as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.

Marsh’s return is good news for defending champions Australia in the lead-up to the Oct. 16 to Nov. 13 World Cup given Marcus Stoinis is still nursing a side strain.

“We were just conscious of the travel with a quick turnaround. “It can be quite a high-risk game for some guys with some soft tissue injuries so he’s just still planning and preparing there.”

Should Stoinis and Marsh prove their fitness over the next couple of weeks, Finch said it was unlikely that exciting young all-rounder Cameron Green would play a part at the World Cup.

Green was not included in Australia's experienced 15-man World Cup squad but travelled with the group to India where he scored half-centuries opening the batting in two out of the three T20Is.

“He had a really good tour of India. It was good for him to get an opportunity to open the batting so he’ll get more opportunities,” said Finch.

“We feel as though we’ve got our best 11 in the back of our mind, but it’s just not everyone’s 100% fit at the moment.”

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