Mitchell Marsh Cricket Australian

Mitchell Marsh

AustralianAll Rounder
IPL All Time Stats
604 Runs
125.05 S/R
20.13 Avg
36 W
8.11 E/R

Personal Information

Full Name Mitchell Ross Marsh
Date of Birth October 20, 1991
Age 31 Years
Nationality Australian
Birth Place Attadale, Perth
Height 6 ft 4 in (1.93m)
Current Team(s)
Role All rounder / Right hand batsman & Right arm medium
Batting Style Right hand Bat
Bowling Style Right arm Medium
Debut October 16, 2011
Jersey No. 8
Family Shaun Marsh (Brother), Geoff Marsh (Father), Isabelle Plat (Partner)

Most Recent Matches

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Match R BF 4s 6s S/R O R W E/R
PBKS vs DC 3 4 0 0 75.00 1 21 0 21.00
CSK vs DC 5 4 1 0 125.00 3 18 3 6.00
RCB vs DC 26 17 3 1 152.94 3 21 2 7.00
SRH vs DC 63 39 1 6 161.54 4 27 4 6.75
DC vs SRH 25 15 5 0 166.67 2 16 0 8.00

Batting Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn R BF NO Avg S/R 100s 50s H 4s 6s Ct St
ODIs 72 68 2008 2173 10 34.62 92.40 1 15 102 173 58 31 0
TESTs 32 55 1260 2486 5 25.20 50.68 2 3 181 160 17 16 0
T20Is 46 44 1086 855 7 29.35 127.01 0 6 77 86 45 20 0
T20s 163 152 3813 2935 33 32.04 129.91 1 23 100 270 171 64 0
LISTAs 133 126 3872 4174 23 37.59 92.76 4 27 124 332 111 62 0
FIRSTCLASS 105 181 5457 9661 16 33.07 56.48 12 22 211 755 77 55 0

Bowling Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn O R W Avg E/R Best 5w 10w
ODIs 72 64 351.5 1913 54 35.42 5.43 5/33 1 0
TESTs 32 54 475.3 1623 42 38.64 3.41 7/86 1 0
T20Is 46 23 44 348 15 23.20 7.90 3/24 0 0
T20s 163 103 244.1 2026 82 24.70 8.29 4/6 0 0
LISTAs 133 102 598.5 3203 103 31.09 5.34 5/33 2 0
FIRSTCLASS 105 142 1465.5 4967 162 30.66 3.38 9/156 2 0
Mitchell Marsh: A Brief Biography

Carrying the name of the Marsh family, Mitchell Marsh is one of the gifted all-rounders in the current Australian team. Although injuries have significantly plagued his playing career, the gutsy Western Australian player is still going strong.


About Mitchell Marsh


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Mitchell Marsh Biography


Mitchell Marsh is a hard-hitting all-rounder who plays for the Australian team. Born on October 20, 1991, The all-rounder hails from a cricketing family. The 31-year-old is the younger brother of Shaun Marsh, a left-handed top-order batsman, and the son of Australia’s former opener, Geoff Marsh.


Mitchell Marsh: Along the years


YearAgeAchievement
200917First-Class debut for Western Australia
201018Handed captaincy for U-19 WC
201018Won the U-19 World Cup
201019Selected for Deccan Chargers
201120ODI debut against South Africa
201120T20I debut against South Africa
201120Picked by Pune Warriors India
201120Picked by Perth Scorchers
201423Test debut against Pakistan
201524Won 50-over World Cup
201625Maiden ODI century against India
201625Picked by Rising Pune Supergiants
201625Named in the ICC T20 World Cup squad
202029Picked by Sunrisers Hyderabad for the IPL
202130Named in the ICC T20 World Cup squad
202130Named in the 2021 ICC T20 Team of the Year
202231Picked by the DElhi Capitals for the IPL


Mitchell Marsh Records


  • 14th most runs scored at the number six batting position in Test match cricket (181)

  • Second most number of catches in an ODI innings (4)

  • 12th highest number of runs in T20Is in a calendar year (627)

  • Youngest to play in Australian domestic one-day game


Mitchell Marsh Awards


  1. Won the 2010 U-19 World Cup as Captain
  2. ICC World ODI XI. 2016
  3. Named in the 2021 ICC T20 Team of the Year


Career


Domestic Career


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Mitchell Marsh has been playing cricket from a very early age. The eldest of the Marsh brothers, Mitchell made his debut for the Warriors at the age of 17 in February 2009 in a Ford Ranger Cup game at Bunbury. He became the youngest ever player in an Australian domestic one-day game and Western Australia's youngest debutant for 70 years. In April 2009, he was given the opportunity to play for Australia's Under 19s squad against India, in Australia.


He then captained the side in the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Marsh led from the front in the tournament and scored 201 runs in the tournament which also included a knock of 97 against Sri Lanka in the semi-final, which helped his team get over the line. Marsh’s side went on to win the finals and with it, the U-19 World Cup title!


In July 2014, Australia A battled against India A at the Allan Border Field. Marsh hit a magnificent 211 runs in Australia A’s first innings. This was his first double ton. He put on a 371-run Australian record breaking partnership with Sam Whiteman for the seventh wicket. At that time, this was also the second-highest 7th wicket partnership in first-class cricket.


In the year 2020, Marsh was signed to play for the Middlesex Country Club in the t20 Blast. But this did not happen due to the emergence of the corona virus. He again signed in 2021 but the same thing happened as Marsh was called up to represt Australia at the international level.


Mitchell Marsh IPL Career


Even before he made his international debut, Mitchell Marsh was roped in by the IPL side Deccan Chargers in 2010 where he played three matches and scalped two wickets.

Marsh was selected by the Sahara Pune Warriors who were coached by his father, Geoff Marsh for US$ 290,000 in the IPL Auction 2011. He played in five matches, scoring a total of 50 runs and taking 7 wickets


Mitchell Marsh International Career


Mitchell Marsh Test Career


In his debut Test series against Pakistan in the UAE in 2014, Mitchell Marsh started off in a fine fashion as he scored 87 and 47 in his second Test. He later played the first two Test matches of the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, before walking off the field due to a hamstring injury on Day 1 of the second Test in Brisbane.


Marsh squeezed Shane Watson out of the Test side during the 2015 Ashes tour and was given time to settle into the No.6 role, although his bowling was arguably the stronger feature of his game during 2015. However, some indifferent form and injuries ensured that he was constantly in and out of the series.


But Marsh made a comeback on the back of strong domestic performances and was selected for the 2017-18 Ashes and showed his true prowess by slamming his maiden test at the WACA in the third Test and ensured that his comeback was a success. Mitchell followed WACA century with another in Sydney with his brother, Shaun, at the opposite end.


In the year 2018, Marsh was imposed a penalty of 20% of his match fee alongwith a demerit point after he used abusive language in the second Test against South Africa.


Marsh was called up for the 2019 Ashes but only featured in the fifth Test of the series. In the match, Marsh picked up his first fifier in Test match cricket with the figures of 5/46 in the first innings. In the month of October of the same year, he missed the start of Australia’s Test summer after he injured himself due to punching his bowling hand against a wall. He did this out of frustration after he got out during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania.


Mitchell Marsh is fondly remembered for his 96-runs inning against South Africa in Durban which helped Australia win the first Test match before everything went south due to the Sandpaper gate.



Mitchell Marsh ODI Career


Mitchell Marsh made his ODI debut on 19 October 2011 against South Africa and so far has been indifferent in form. He has shown potential but in patches. He was even part of the 2015 World Cup winning squad and took a five-wicket haul against England with the figures of 5/33.


Marsh's maiden ODI century came 5 years after his debut during the fifth ODI against India on 23 January 2016 at SCG. However, his unbeaten 102-run inning was overshadowed by Manish Pandey's match-winning 104-runs inning that helped India chase a steep target of 331. Marsh has now got an opportunity to kick-start his career as he has been picked for the upcoming limited overs series against England in the bio-secure bubble.


In 2019, he was named as cover for the all-rounder Marcus Stoinis against Pakistan in the ICC World Cup but wasn’t included in the final playing XI. Since then, Marsh hasn’t been able to maintain his position in the ODI side, having played a total of 14 matches in 3 years for Australia.


T20I Career


Mitchell Marsh made a spectacular debut for Australia in October 2011 during the second T20 match against South Africa--scoring 36 runs including four sixes, three of which were hit in the final over of the Australian innings.


Marsh struck his maiden T20I fifty against West Indies in the first T20 played in July 2021, where he scored 51 runs off 31 balls. He went on to score another fifty in the next encounter of the series too. In the fourth T20i, Marsh played a handsome inning of 75 runs and even achieved his best-ever T20I bowling figures of 3/24.


Marsh was named in the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup squad for Australia. Marsh was one of the stars of the Championship winning Aussie team as he scored 189 runs in 6 games. He struck 53 against West Indies but saved his best for the most important game.


In the final against New Zealand, he smashed 77 off just 50 balls and won the “Player of the Match” award. He has played 42 T20Is up until now, with 980 runs and has scalped 15 wickets.


Mitchell Marsh Captaincy


Marsh was handed the captaincy for the 2010 U-19 Cricket World Cup. Under his leadership, Australia won the tournament by beating Pakistan in the final by 25 runs. After the sandpaper incident in South Africa and the arrival of Justin Langer as coach, Mitchell Marsh was appointed the joint Test vice-captain.


Mitchell Marsh's Wife & Family

Mitchell Marsh was born on 20 October 1991 to Geoff Marsh and Michelle Marsh. His father Geoff Marsh and brother Shaun Marsh, both have donned the baggy green. Isabelle Platt is Mitchell Marsh’s partner. Melissa Marsh is his sister, who was a professional basketball player in the Australian leagues. Marsh is also the cousin of Brad Sheppard, a former West Coast Eagles player. Isabelle Platt is Mitchell Marsh’s partner.


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