A video of Australian cricketer Shaun Marsh spending time with young fans in the country teaching them how to play the sport.

Meanwhile, George Bailey, the makeshift Australian One-day International (ODI) captain said that Australia is ready for any kind of wickets ahead of their first ODI against Pakistan at Shrajha. He also  expressed his happiness over the availability of Mitchell Johnson, who is fit to play in the One-Day Internationals (ODIs) after recovering from a fractured rib due to which he was out of action for the past few weeks.

Johnson was uncertain for the ODI series against Pakistan scheduled to get underway from October 7 in Sharjah. However, Bailey validated that the left-arm pacer was performing well in the nets after undergoing a successful rehabilitation and taking proper rest, reports Cricket365.

“He’s been training, building up his loads. He should be good to go. He’s nice to have. He adds something that little bit different. The beauty of Mitch is that he does something very few people in the world do,” Bailey said.