Australia got off to a bumpy start in the third ODI versus Sri Lanka at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo as they were reduced to 47/2 in the 11th over. It was catching practice for cover as Mitchell Marsh, who looked very tentative against spin, perished eventually for 10 off 23 balls. Dunith Wellalage hangs it full and wide with a little change in pace, and Marsh looks to smack it for a boundary on the off-side only to end up chipping it straight to Kusal Mendis at cover. Earlier, David Warner returned without making much of an impact as Australia lost their first wicket on 14.
Mitchell Marsh, on his return to the playing XI, falls for 10 runs— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) June 19, 2022
Australia are two wickets down in 11 overs after winning the toss! #SLvAUS