It’s shocking to hear that the Australian right-handed batsman and younger brother of Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, are unavailable for the IPL 2021 edition. That’s shocking news for the Sunrisers Hyderabad Campaign because they are too much dependent on their top-order batsmen.
It’s sad news because every IPL prediction related to Mitchell Marsh, acquired for 2 Crore, will be in vain. Mitchell Marsh is one of the top-notch all-rounders coming from the blood-curdling Australian Team.
What’s The Reason behind Mitchell Marsh Pulled out Of IPL 2021?
Mitchell Marsh was injured in the first match of SRH and RCB and was replaced by Jason Holder. As per Marsh, he has informed BCCI (Board of Control Was Cricket in India) and Sunrisers Hyderabad team about his unavailability for the IPL 2020 edition.
According to BCCI, Mitchell Marsh is unavailable because of some personal reasons. With the rumors and various claims, it’s challenging for Marsh to follow the bio-bubble practices and seven-days quarantine period. Above all, Mitchell Marsh has also suffered from some fitness issues because of Covid-19. It’s time to think about the IPL prediction for Jason Roy.
What about The Replacement Of Mitchell Marsh In the 2021 IPL Edition?
Jason Roy, one of the best opener batsmen of the England team, was first seen in the 2017 IPL edition representing Gujarat Lions led by Suresh Raina. In 2018, Jason Roy also became part of Delhi Daredevils, now known as Delhi Capitals, in the 2018 IPL edition.
Nevertheless, Jason Roy doesn’t have much experience of playing in the IPL edition because he has only played eight games. Unfortunately, Roy didn’t have a chance to showcase his talent in the 2019 IPL edition. Next, in the 2020 IPL edition, he wasn’t available because of his fatigue and fitness issues. He has played nearly eight matches and scored just 179 runs, including one half-century.
Jason Roy has shown some decent performance against the Indian cricket team in the recent ODI and T20 series. Roy is having a strike rate of above 132 in the T20 innings.
What Will The Role Of Jason Roy In IPL 2021 Edition?
Jason Roy might bat at No 3 or No 5, but he might not be the primary batsman for IPL matches. The reason is David Warner, Jonny Bairstow, Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, and Vijay Shankar. As SRH’s top-order batsmen were is suffering from fitness issues, Jason Roy might open in place of Jonny.
In the end, we pray SRH lovers every IPL prediction for Jason Roy should come true!