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Rod Marsh backs Michael Clarke to be fit for first Test against India

Australia sweat on Clarke injury

PERTH: Australia's chief of selectors Rod Marsh has backed captain Michael Clarke to recover from a hamstring strain and be fit for the first Test against India next month. Clarke was ruled out of the rest of Australia's one-day international ... Gulf Daily News, 6 days ago
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Michael Clarke on Track to be Fit for First Test vs India, Says Australia Selector Rod Marsh

Michael Clarke injured his hamstring in the first 1st ODI vs South Africa. AFP Australia skipper Michael Clarke is on track to play against India in next month's first Brisbane Test, chief selector Rod Marsh said on Sunday. Marsh said scans of ...
 NDTV6 days ago Cricket: Marsh says Clarke improving …  Yahoo! India6 days ago Clarke improving for India series opener, says Marsh  DAWN Group6 days ago Marsh says Clarke improving for India series opener  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago

Michael Clarke on track to return in India Test series, according to chairman of selectors Rod Marsh

Australia captain Michael Clarke is on track to play in the first Test against India this summer, with chairman of selectors Rod Marsh revealing the 33-year-old's scans came up better than expected. Clarke's availability this summer was thrown in ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Clarke on track to play 1st Test against India  Cricbuzz.com6 days ago Clarke on track for India Test series  Racing and Sports6 days ago Michael Clarke on track for India Test series  The New Daily1 week ago
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Rod Marsh tells Aust to get on with it

Australia's only warm-up game ahead of their two-Test series against Pakistan is over and key players who missed out with the bat will just have to get on with it, chairman of selectors Rod Marsh says. Test opener Chris Rogers faced six balls in ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago Aussies need to get on with it: Marsh  Nine MSN1 month ago

Doherty in ODI squad, Cummins possible

Selector Rod Marsh will announce new additions to the squad today for the final matches against South Africa in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney and Cummins has entered the frame after his dazzling performances for the Australian Twenty20 team. ... week ago Australian squad announced for Carlton Mid ODI Series against South Africa  Noodls3 weeks ago Australia announce ODI squad for last 3 matches against South Africa  The Sports Campus5 days ago Australian squad announced for ODI Series against South Africa  The Sports Campus3 weeks ago
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Injured Michael Clarke on course to play 1st Test against India, says Australian selector Rod Marsh

Michael Clarke's injury not as serious as initially feared.
 Sportskeeda.com6 days ago Johnson Rested; to Prepare for Tests Against India  New Indian Express5 days ago Oz rest Mitchell Johnson to keep him 'fresh' for India Test series  Sify6 days ago Michael Clarke's injury limbo drags on  Melbourne Age6 days ago

Eye on top spot, Australia fret over selections for Pakistan Test

Australia captain Michael Clarke (left) with selector Rod Marsh. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Australia are fretting over the composition of their playing eleven as Michael Clarke and his men embark on their journey to reclaim the world number one ranking in the two-Test series against Pakistan starting on Wednesday. - Name your 30 World Cup probables!Australia will have to win both Tests in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to go one point clear of South Africa, who displaced them at the top in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Australia eye the No.1 spot in Tests  Indian Express1 month ago Eye on top spot, Aussies fret over selection  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Aussies fret over final XI vs Pak  ABP Live1 month ago
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Australia eye captaincy options after Clarke limps home

Chief selector Rod Marsh's confidence the 33-year-old would be fit to face India at the Gabba on Dec 4 was undermined by Pat Howard on Monday, the team performance manager saying Clarke had virtually no chance of playing in the series. Coach ...
 Northern Territory Government6 days ago Australia ponder captaincy options after Clarke limps home  Special Broadcasting Service6 days ago Clarke may miss India Tests  The Statesman5 days ago Clarke doubtful for India series, CA look for options  Indian Express5 days ago

Marsh fit but Australia retains James Faulkner in Test squad

Related Story: Pakistan recalls Taufeeq Umar for Australia Tests Mitchell Marsh has been declared fit for selection for Wednesday's first Test against Pakistan but Australia has said it will keep fellow all-rounder James Faulkner in Dubai on ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Marsh fit but Faulkner staying just in case month ago

Loft-style condo venture planned for downtown St. Cloud [St. Cloud Times, Minn. :: ]

Nov. 08--Condominiums could be coming to the Dan Marsh site in downtown St. Cloud. Makenda LLC, a group of investors represented by area developer Rod Lindquist, is considering a 41-unit owner-occupied housing project at 523 St. Germain St. The ...
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