Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade feels that Victoria all-rounder Marcus Stoinis’ improved ability with the ball has earned him a berth in the Test side, in the place of injured Mitchell Marsh. Wade, who is also Stoinis’ state captain, has added that the latter can bat anywhere in the order.
Marcus Stoinis has been called into Australia's squad for the remainder of the ongoing Test series in India after Mitchell Marsh was ruled out due to a shoulder injury. Stoinis
Wade said, “Batting at No.3 in Shield cricket has placed him in a really good spot to play an all-round role for Australia. He can bat anywhere in the order. But the last couple of years we’ve seen improvements from his bowling. “Australia A (in 2015) he bowled really, really well, took the pace off,” reported The Indian Express.
“He knocked off a couple of their big players in that series so I think the last couple of years that’s probably what the selectors have seen a bit more