Sunrisers Hyderabad’s all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been ruled out of the IPL 2020 due to the ankle injury that he sustained in the first game against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Caribbean all-rounder Jason Holder will replace him
Mitchell Marsh was forced to go out of the action in the forst match as he injured his ankle after bowling just four deliveries. Later he walked out to bat in a very desperate situation when his team was losing but he was out for a duck on the very first ball he faced trying to send the ball out of the park. It was clearly visible that Marsh was struggling to put any sort of pressure on his right leg. It is not the first time Mitchell Marsh has been ruled out of IPL as in 2017 while playing for Rising Pune Supergiant. At that time, he sustained the shoulder injury.
West Indies all-rounder and Test captain Jason Holder will replace Mitchell Marsh. He has played 11 IPL games and scored 38 runs. He also picked 5 wickets in 11 matches. He was first seen in IPL in 2013 while playing for CSK after that he moved to SRH in 2014 and then two year later he went to KKR. Holder was recently playing on CPL 2020 where he led Barbados Tridents. He took 10 wickets in 10 CPL matches. He can be a good addition into the SRH team as he will provide them the balance as they are relying on David Warner and Jonny Bairstow at the moment.