Mitchell Marsh’s T20 World Cup heroics “will carry little weight” in Ashes selection: George Bailey

George Bailey, Australia’s chairman of selectors, says that Mitchell Marsh’s match-winning effort in the T20 World Cup final “will carry minimal weight” when the Ashes selection is made.

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In the selection process for the Ashes, Mitchell Marsh’s heroics in the T20 World Cup final “will carry little weight.” Mitchell Marsh’s unbeaten 77 off 50 balls helped Australia beat New Zealand by eight wickets in Dubai on Sunday..

T20 World Cup final ‘Player of the Match’ Bailey refused to respond when questioned about the 31-year-old.

“Actually, not a whole lot. T20s and Tests are so widely apart that we often refer to them as “different sports.”” SEN’s Dwayne’s World had the scoop on Bailey’s secret on Monday.

“You love watching people perform well internationally because you know it gives them a lot of confidence going forward, and there’s no better moment to draw someone than when they’re up and about and confident.

Bailey claims the T20 World Cup gives us no advantage in the Ashes.

The T20 World Cup does not provide us a substantial advantage in the Ashes, according to Bailey.

Marsh has taken part in 32 Tests and has an average score of 25 to his name. When he possesses the ball, he scores 39 points a game on average.

“There will be plenty of time to talk about the Ashes after he plays his best century in T20 (the World Cup) in 12 hours.

“Because of his contribution to the squad and his status as a temporary Australian hero, I think we should honour him for his role in helping us hoist the trophy high above our heads.

The chief selector went on to say, “As I just indicated, I believe the forms are so dramatically different.

Bailey, on the other hand, claims that Marsh still has three to four years of international cricket ahead of him and has not closed the door on a Test debut.

“We know Mitch is a highly talented cricketer, and he has already played in a Test match, so we are confident in his abilities.”

The best I can say about Mitch is that he will play all three forms of the game for Australia in the next two, three, and hopefully four years.”

Trevor Hohns stepped down as chairman of the selectors in August and was replaced by Bailey.

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