Team physiotherapist David Beakley on Wednesday said Marsh had been playing with the injury for most of the summer season, "which we have been managing up until now. but unfortunately it has progressively deteriorated to a point where he is unable to function at the level required".
Earlier, Marsh was included in Australia?s Test squad for India despite having been ruled out of the successful ODI series against Pakistan after injuring the same shoulder.
The 27-year-old is now playing in a Sheffield Shield match for Victoria against Western Australia in Alice Springs but he will soon link up with the national team.
Moises Henriques looms as the frontrunner ahead of Marcus Stoinis.
"Marcus got across the line simply because during Australia A here a couple of years ago, he performed very well", Hohns said.
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However, due to the fact that they've spent the whole night in the cold, the doctors were unable to resuscitate them. Police say the cause of death has not been determined but the extreme cold temperatures may have been a factor.
Coach Darren Lehmann added, "at the end of the day it's unlucky for Mitch and we move to whoever the next person who comes in (is)".
Stoinis, who played for the Kings XI Punjab in the last edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will now vie with Glenn Maxwell, Ashton Agar and Usman Khawaja for the position vacated in the top six by the injured pacer Mitchell Marsh.
However, the 27-year-old will face stiff competition from top-order batsman Usman Khawaja and all-rounder Glenn Maxwell.
"Every young cricketer dreams of making a Test debut but in a series like this, in India where it's 1-1, and you've got really good chance to step up and show your stuff". We've got to regroup quickly for Ranchi. In a statement released, the ICC said, " Specifically in relation to Steve Smith and Virat Kohli, the ICC has considered both incidents in the context of this match and concluded it will be taking no further action against either player".