Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Australia Add Batsman To ODI Squad

Australia Add Batsman To ODI Squad

September 14: Australian opener Aaron Finch is in doubt for the opening ODI of the five-match series against India as he is still recovering from a calf injury. "Once the field spreads, he can bat safely". The best way to put him under pressure is through disciplined bowling. "The follow-up ball remains the key", Gillespie was quoted as saying. "It's about getting him out of his comfort zone".

Australia have already shown their intent by destroying the Board Presidents XI in the warm up game a few days ago. Since then, he has been working closely with physiotherapist Alex Kountouris in order to be fit for the series opener which would be played on Sunday in Chennai. Indo to win first ODI match. It was initially feared that the 30-year-old right-hander would be ruled out of the entire series but the team management now believe Finch could become available to play after the first three matches.

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During the Test series earlier this year things got ugly and both sides were left with a sense that they may have gone too far with Steve Smith issuing a qualified apology while Kohli declared that some friendships had been ended.

"It is a hard-fought contest playing against India", he said.

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"He is obviously a very good player and has a phenomenal ODI record".

Due to Finch's injury, Victorian batsman Handscomb has been called up to the ODI squad.

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Finch will likely miss the first three ODIs.

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