Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has flown home from the World Cup in India for personal reasons and will miss Saturday's match against England. No further details or timeframe for Marsh's return have been given. It comes a day after Australia batter Glenn Maxwell was ruled out of the match with a concussion, having fallen off the back of a golf buggy on Monday. Marsh, 32, has played in all six of Australia's matches so far, scoring 225 runs and taking two wickets. He scored a fine 121 against Pakistan as opener earlier in the competition but had dropped down to number three following the return of Travis Head. "He's got a family issue going on and, like we all know, family is very important," team-mate Marcus Stoinis said on Thursday. "He's doing the right thing, he's getting home and he's seeing the people he needs to see. I don't think there's a timeline on when he's coming back but I'm sure he'll do what he needs to do at home and then get back. "He sent me a message last night saying, 'I'll be home for a little bit and then I'm coming back to win this World Cup' so that makes me smile." The injuries to Marsh and Maxwell mean Australia are picking from just 13 players for the meeting with England in Ahmedabad.