AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 30: Marcus Stoinis of Australia celebrates scoring a century during the first One Day International game between New Zealand and Australia at Eden Park on January 30, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

All of David Warner, Marcus Stoinis and Mitchell Marsh will continue to have limited preparations ahead of the T20 World Cup.

While the deadline for squad changes has now passed and the trio are all in Australia's 15-man team for the tournament - where they will look to defend the championship they won in the United Arab Emirates last year - their preparation will continue to take a hit in the lead up to the opening game against New Zealand in Sydney next Saturday.

Warner missed the third game of the recently completed series against England with a neck complaint, and while it was thought he only missed the game to ensure he wouldn't aggravate the injury and had sufficient time to recover, it's now believed he will miss the final warm-up game against India on Monday.

Captain Aaron Finch said he should be okay to play against New Zealand though.

"I think he would definitely be right for New Zealand," Finch said.

"I'm not sure about the warm-up game against India. I think he was okay the day after he hit his head and then the following day, his neck got really sore and stiff.

"We'll wait and see what it's like. If he's fit he'll play. If he's still a little bit sore, we'd err on the side of caution. I think when you've got experienced players who know what they need to do to be ready for a tournament, you're not too concerned whether they play that game or not."

Marsh, on the other hand, has been unable to bowl since injuring his ankle against Zimbabwe in August.

He is at the current time being used as a specialist batsman at number three, but Finch suggested he may be closer to a bowling return than first thought.

"Mitch has been building up his bowling at the moment," Finch said.

"He just hasn't been at the intensity to go into a game that's required especially so close to a World Cup."

Stoinis, on the other hand, is struggling through a side injury since September before returning against England, however, he didn't bowl in the third T20I after doing so in the first and second match, raising more eyebrows about his fitness.

Finch said it was only prior injury history and wanting to take a conservative route that held Stoinis back.

"Stoinis, the reason he wasn't available to bowl yesterday was just prior injury history, every time that he's tried to come back and ball back-to-back games coming off the same injury he has struggled and got a niggle on the back of it," Finch said.

"So we went with the conservative route there."

Australia commence their World Cup campaign on Saturday.