“It will take three or four weeks to heal fully, but as long as I’m managing it properly, it’s all good. Test selection was on my mind, but the selection was on Tuesday, so my focus stays with the Stars. You want to be playing, but there’s no expectation, and you’ve got no right to sort of just select yourself. I’m looking forward to starting the BBL.” Shane Watson concluded.

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Marcus Stoinis. Image Courtesy: Getty

Furthermore, Marcus Stoinis owns a first-class batting average of 33.61 after 53 games. He has bagged 52 wickets at 42.36 apiece and also scored 2857 runs which include 19 fifties and four hundred.

Recently, he played the perfect allrounder’s role for Australia in the opening T20I match against Indian National Cricket Team scoring 33 runs off 19 deliveries.