Sydney: Mike Hussey Australian Former test batsman believes that left-hand batsman Shaun Marsh has a valuate place in First test against New Zealand.
Marsh scores an astonishing runs of 186 along with his second century in four domestic matches, in his team Western Australia versus Cricket Australia (CA)XI on Thursday.
Australia is conducting three tests with New Zealand, the first game will initiate at Brisbane on 5th November.
Australia while looking for the long run replacements for current withdrawal batsmen Chris Rogers and Michael Clarke, opener David Warner comes around of fitness concerns and adding a doubtful outlaying area, the Test batting order for the match.
"In my concern, I think he deserves an opportunity (for the first Test)," Hussey said was reported by cricket.com.au on Thursday.
"He's a professional and knows his own game very well, he carries his execution on the board and now he's at top of his match, and at this stage of career he got an best opportunity to perform accordant ".
"I think he's awesome (while leaving) and known how a good player should be, he can do his well; keep swagging runs and keep up the name in front of the juries".
Marsh struck a knock of 141 against Sri Lanka in his debut in 2011 and 148 against South Africa.