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“There’s Plenty Of Guys Who Can Do It” – Aaron Finch

“There’s Plenty Of Guys Who Can Do It” – Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch (172) vs Zimbabwe

On Tuesday, February 7, Australia’s T20I captain Aaron Finch announced his retirement from international cricket at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The opening batter last represented his country on home soil during the T20 World Cup 2022, and he has already announced his retirement from ODI cricket in September 2022.

While the subject of Australia’s next T20I captain is not a high priority, given that their next match in the format is scheduled for August 2023, it is one that must be addressed.

The significance grows even greater in light of the 2024 T20 World Cup, which will be held in the Caribbean and the United States. Aaron Finch told reporters at the MCG that Cricket Australia (CA) has plenty of captaincy options to choose from.

“There’s plenty of guys who can do it. “Obviously Steve Smith has done it before and done a great job, Pat Cummins, I doubt whether he would want to do it with such a big workload.”

Aaron Finch (156) vs England
Aaron Finch (156) vs England

Aaron Finch was one of the key players of Australia

“But there’s guys from the outside who could come in and have a big impact. Travis Head, Ashton Turner, these types of guys are experienced, they know how to win as well, so whichever way they go, the team is in great hands. I probably lean towards a white-ball player more than anything. To be able to focus on two formats as opposed to three I think will be important.”

In the shortest format, the brute opening batter is one of Australia’s greatest captains. He guided Australia to the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates in 2021. (UAE).

Finch has stated that he will continue to play franchise cricket for the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League (BBL) for another two years. He is also expected to be open to other franchise commitments that may come his way now that he is not scheduled for international cricket.

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