Australia named three uncapped players Thursday in a preliminary 26-man squad for a potential limited-overs tour of England, while recalling Glenn Maxwell and Usman Khawaja.
The Big Bash League has seen some special moments in the field, but on Tuesday it witnessed a hilarious fail during the Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers clash.
BBL: Ben Dunk and Nathan Coulter-Nile produced a moment of inspiration in the field, combining brilliantly to take a sensational relay catch at the long-on boundary.
Chris Jordan leaped, diving to his right at long-on and took a catch to snaffle up dangerous Daniel Christian for a duck.
The Big Bash League in Australia has got off with action heating up at various venues.
The likes of Shaun Marsh and Marcus Stoinis were hit on the helmet and their body as play on Day 1 in the Sheffield Shield match at the MCG had to be abandoned.
A decision to call off play was made on Day 1 of the Sheffield Shield clash between Victoria and Western Australia after several batsmen were hit by rising deliveries.
Shaun Marsh has been ruled out of the rest of the World Cup after suffering a broken arm while batting in the nets against team-mate Pat Cummins
Aaron Finch's match-winning knock overshadowed Haris Sohail's maiden one-day hundred (101 not out) which helped Pakistan to 280-5 in their 50 overs.
Coach Justin Langer confirmed that Mitchell Marsh will not feature in the first ODI against India on Saturday.
Jasprit Bumrah broke a 39-year-old Indian record on Friday after he surpassed Dileep Doshi's tally of 40 Tests wickets in a debut year.
Shaun and Mitchell Marsh will be key members of the depleted Australian squad when they take on India.
The officer caught the ball, held it on his chest but unable to keep his balance, he fell on the ground.
Shaun Marsh had missed the first match on November 4 in Perth due to a minor surgery on an abscess in his buttock region.
England finished on 314 for four, with Jos Buttler 54 not out, as they won with 32 balls to spare.
South Africa, leading the series 2-1, need only to draw to beat Australia in a home series for the first time since 1969/70.
Quinton de Kock missing a stumping due to a bee-sting could easily stand out as the only comical moment of this otherwise grim series.