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Left-arm spinner remains to be recovering from a calf damage whereas Mitchell Marsh might return as a batsman-only

Perth Scorchers spinner Ashton Agar is unlikely to be accessible for the BBL finals, which might jeopardise his availability for Australia’s T20 tour of New Zealand in February, because the rehab from his calf damage is taking far longer than was initially forecast.

Allrounder Mitchell Marsh may also be unavailable for Saturday’s conflict with the Sydney Sixers after struggling a aspect pressure within the win over the Hobart Hurricanes and will not have the ability to bowl once more within the match. Nevertheless, Marsh is predicted to return to play as a batsman solely.

Agar initially injured his calf whereas batting for Australia through the third ODI towards India in Canberra on December 2 and missed the three-match T20I sequence that adopted and the beginning of the BBL season. He additionally suffered a fractured finger within the ODI sequence however the calf is the principle situation.

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