Mitchell Marsh Covid Positive: The three-match T20 series between Australia and West Indies is going to start from Friday, 9 February. Before the start of this series, bad news is coming out for the Australian team. Actually, team captain Mitchell Marsh has been found Corona positive. In such a situation, the question now arising is whether the Australian team will compete against West Indies without a captain? An update has also been issued regarding whether Mitchell Marsh will play the first match or not.
Marsh will play his first match even after Covid
Giving information about Mitchell Marsh being Corona positive, Cricket.com.au told from its official X account that ‘Australian captain Mitchell Marsh has turned out to be Covid positive. However, he will still be seen playing in the match against West Indies to be played in Hobart. Marsh will use a separate dressing room during the match. At the same time, during the match, he will maintain proper baton on the field. After this statement it has become clear that he will be seen playing the first match against West Indies. In such a situation, the Australian team is not going to miss Mitchell Marsh in this match.
Corona bomb exploded on Australian team
on the australian team corona virus Is under continuous attack. This virus had affected two Australian players before Mitchell Marsh. First of all, Cameron Green was found Corona positive in the second match of the Test series against West Indies. After this, Jose Inglis was also found Covid positive during the ODI series against West Indies. However, these two players also came on the field even after having Corona. The Australian team and fans would now like that after Marsh, no Kangaroo player should fall prey to Corona.