Dubai [UAE], January 10 (Indiaprix): Australia One-day and T20 international captain Aaron Finch said he was not surprised after he was left on the fourth test India.
The results of the first three games are 0, 11, 50, 25, 8, and 3 before being rejected in the last match, Finch simply admitted that he did not have enough passage to justify his choice.
A 32-year-old veteran said that recent tests have had a bad bite record, so it would have been easy to call the voters to drop him out of the final test.
"I had no running. It's a reality," the ICC quoted Finch, as they say. Two 50-year-olds in five tests. I said this before I got a drop from a one-day team, you'd like to get some bullets to burn, but there's nothing when you've done two 50s and an average of 16 in the series. I think it would have been a fairly easy call to be fair, he added.
Finch to lead AustraliaThe team's upcoming three-match ODI series India. Players such as Chris Lynn and D & # 39; arcy Short were surprised by the ODI team who announced the series, but the captain said that the changes were made in order to solve the bowling in the medium term.
"It's just an opportunity where teams are bowling 20-25 spins for us," Finch said.
"It's a recent trend, so it's probably just another side that helps navigate through the middle commands. It really isn't the end of any stretching for Lynny and D & # 39; s Arcy," he added.
India and Australia Starts a three-match ODI series on January 12 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. (I-ALPHA)