Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has expressed his happiness after returning to the Fast Bowlers Whatsapp group in the Australian team.

Marsh recently got added to the Australian squad for the 3rd Ashes Test in Perth, and he might play a vital role as the 5th bowler in the team. He hasn’t been consistent in Tests, but with the abundance of talent he might well turn out to be the trump card for the hosts in the remaining three Tests.

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PERTH, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 12: Brothers Mitch Marsh and Shaun Marsh of Australia pose during a portrait session ahead of the Third Test in the 2017/18 Ashes Series, at WACA on December 12, 2017, in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

During an interaction with cricket.com.au, he was asked whether the fast bowling cartel was happy to have ‘the glue’ back.

“Yes, I am renowned as ‘the glue’ of the fast bowling cartel. It’s nice to have them back. I got added to the Whatsapp group, said my welcomes then got (sledged). They put me back in my place. The cartel is happy to have me back. I got invited to dinner last night, so it’s a huge honour,” Marsh replied.

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When asked who runs the Whatsapp group of the fast bowlers Marsh said,

“Starc really is the head honcho, so I like to get around him as much as I can.”

Meanwhile, Marsh is all set to play his first Test since the Test series against India early in the year. He last played in the 2nd Test at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore before injuring his shoulder which forced him to return home.

He will be raring to go in the third Test after a long injury layoff. He is a wonderful striker of the ball and can be a valuable batsman in the lower middle-order. He will definitely look to seal his spot in the team this time around and come up with some match-winning performances in the remaining three Tests.

Meanwhile, England will have to play out of their skin to remain in the series. One more victory for the hosts would ensure they reclaim the Ashes after surrendering to England in 2016. Australia is looking rampant and will be eager to gain an unassailable lead in the Perth match and push for yet another 5-0 whitewash.