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newscricket5 days ago

Australian skipper Aaron Finch ruled out of Bangladesh T20Is with knee injury

After missing the first two ODIs of the Windies tour, Cricket Australia confirmed that skipper Aaron Finch has been ruled out of the upcoming five-match T20I series against Bangladesh with a knee injury. It is expected that Matthew Wade will lead the side in Bangladesh in the absence of Finch.
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newscricket10 days ago

WI vs AUS | Alex Carey to lead Australia as injured Finch ruled out of first ODI

In the absence of regular skipper Aaron Finch, who has been ruled out with an injury, wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carey will lead the Australian side in the first ODI against the West Indies. Head coach Justin Langer also backed Carey and stated that he will do a fantastic job.
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newscricket12 days ago

WI vs AUS | Skipper Aaron Finch major doubt for ODIs after reaggravating knee injury

Australia could be without their white-ball skipper Aaron Finch for the three-match ODI series against West Indies, starting Tuesday, after the Victorian reaggravated a knee injury in the 5th T20I in St. Lucia. Should Finch be ruled out, the Aussies could be led by Wade, Carey or Henriques.
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newscricket13 days ago

WI vs AUS | Not critical of the new guys but some don't have much international experience, reckons Aaron Finch

Losing skipper Aaron Finch, post the fifth T20I, asserted that the Aussie team was fairly inexperienced, and it wasn't easy for them to put their best foot forward, though he isn't critical of his men. He also lauded the way his bowlers performed throughout the series against West Indies.
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newscricket15 days ago

WI vs AUS | We knew that Mitchell Starc could pull it off in the last over, attests Aaron Finch

Following a narrow four-run victory against Windies, Australian skipper Aaron Finch has admitted that the team knew Mitchell Starc would pull it off against Andre Russell in the last over. Finch also credited Mitchell Marsh’s batting display, adding that his batting set the pace for them.
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newscricket17 days ago

WI vs AUS | Our top-order hasn't batted deep and exposed middle-order, rues Aaron Finch 

Losing skipper Aaron Finch regretted Australia's top-order display in the third T20I against West Indies and stated that it exposed the middle-order. He also praised the West Indies bowlers and admitted that they have never let Australia score freely by bowling the right line and lengths.
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newscricket19 days ago

WI vs AUS | My aim is to guide and mentor young players in the side, affirms Dwayne Bravo

Following West Indies' comprehensive victory in the second T20I against Australia, veteran Dwayne Bravo revealed that one of his primary goals is to guide and mentor young players in the side, transferring all the experience. Bravo starred with the bat on Saturday, scoring an unbeaten 47.
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newscricket19 days ago

WI vs AUS | Hetmyer’s partnership with Bravo made the difference in the game, admits Aaron Finch

Following two straight losses against West Indies, Australia skipper Aaron Finch has admitted that the partnership between Shimron Hetmyer and Dwayne Bravo made the difference in the 2nd game. He also insisted that the openers getting out put unreasonable pressure on the inexperienced middle-order.
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featurecricket20 days ago

A St. Lucia Tragedy: Australia and the art of how not to structure a batting line-up

Weird things have happened over the past week. Not just in Cricket, but across sports.
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newscricket20 days ago

WI vs AUS | Australia panicked during the chase on a good batting wicket, loathes Aaron Finch

Australia skipper Aaron Finch weighed in on his side’s loss in the first T20I against the Windies and termed the loss disappointing, insisting that his team threw away the game due to panic despite conditions being favorable. Chasing 146, Australia were bowled out for 127 with 4 overs to spare.
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