Marsh, a regular in the one-day team since his debut in 2008, paid the price for a disappointing start to his test career when he was omitted from the 14-man squad for the tournament, which was announced on Monday.
The 28-year-old, batting at number three, scored just 17 runs in six innings in the test series against India, which concluded on Saturday with an emphatic 4-0 sweep for the Australians.
“Shaun Marsh is obviously disappointed with his own form in recent weeks and is out of the side but remains in our thinking for the future while he works at state level,” chief selector John Inverarity said in a news release.
“As they say, class is permanent but form can be temporary,”
Haddin, who is acting vice captain in the continued absence of injured all rounder Shane Watson, also came in for some criticism during the India series and is replaced by uncapped 24-year-old Matthew Wade.
“Brad Haddin has come off a heavy programme of test cricket and resting him for the start of the series will refresh him for coming international commitments while also giving us a chance to look at Matt Wade at this level,” Inverarity added.
All rounder Dan Christian is joined by batsmen Peter Forrest and Mitchell Marsh as the other uncapped players in the squad.
There is plenty of experience through fast bowler Brett Lee as well as batsmen Ricky Ponting and the Hussey brothers Mike and David, who are all in their mid-30s.
“We want a flying start to the series against India and Sri Lanka and, as always, have selected a group we are confident can win while also keeping an eye on development for the future,” Inverarity said.
A decision on who will replace Haddin as vice-captain will be made when the squad gathers in Melbourne on Friday, Inverarity said.
Australia’s first three matches in the series are against India in Melbourne on Feb. 5, Sri Lanka in Perth five days later and the world champions again in Adelaide on Feb 12.
Factbox on one-day international Tri-series between Australia, India and Sri Lanka (all matches are day/night and start at 0320 GMT unless stated):
Feb 5 - Australia v India, Melbourne
Feb 8 - India v Sri Lanka, Perth (0420)
Feb 10 - Australia v Sri Lanka, Perth (0420)
Feb 12 - Australia v India, Adelaide
Feb 14 - India v Sri Lanka, Adelaide
Feb 17 - Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney
Feb 19 - Australia v India, Brisbane
Feb 21 - India v Sri Lanka, Brisbane
Feb 24 - Australia v Sri Lanka, Hobart
Feb 26 - Australia v India, Sydney
Feb 28 - India v Sri Lanka, Hobart
Mar 2 - Australia v Sri Lanka, Melbourne
Mar 4 - First final, Brisbane
Mar 6 - Second final, Adelaide
Mar 8 - Third final, Adelaide
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Australia** - Michael Clarke (captain), David Warner, Ricky Ponting, Peter Forrest, Dan Christian, David Hussey, Michael Hussey, Matthew Wade, Brett Lee, Ryan Harris, Mitchell Starc, Xavier Doherty, Clint McKay, Mitch Marsh.
India - Mahendra Singh Dhoni (captain), Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Praveen Kumar, Vinay Kumar, Manoj Tiwary, Rahul Sharma, Parthiv Patel, Zaheer Khan, Irfan Pathan.
Sri Lanka - Mahela Jayawardene (captain), Angelo Mathews, Upul Tharanga, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Kumar Sangakkara, Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Thisara Perera, Farveez Maharoof, Rangana Herath, Sachithra Senanayake, Lasith Malinga, Nuwan Kulasekera, Chanaka Welegedera, Dhammika Prasad.
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