Marcus Stoinis CWC 2019

Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has been dominated out of their subsequent World Cup match towards Pakistan resulting from a facet pressure.

The 29-year-old has featured in the entire defending champions’ video games thus far this event however it has been confirmed that he is not going to recuperate in time to face Sarfraz Ahmed’s facet in Taunton on Wednesday.

Fellow all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been flown over to England as back-up, however the Aussies will wait to make a name on whether or not he completely replaces Stoinis of their 15-man squad.

Australia captain Aaron Finch stated Stoinis could be reassessed forward of Australia’s sport towards Sri Lanka at The Oval on Saturday.

“(We’re) not precisely positive on what number of video games he’ll miss,” Finch stated on Tuesday. “That’s why Mitch is flying over. It’s nonetheless being assessed. Over the subsequent couple of days we’ll have a clearer image on what that appears like,” he added.

Stoinis Dhoni catch

Stoinis bowled seven overs for 62 runs towards India, choosing up the wickets of Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni.

However he was dismissed for a duck by Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Australia fell 36 runs in need of India’s whole of 352 to lose the match.