Australia on the lookout for a middle-order batsman as Finch seals his spot at the top | CricketSoccer
"The opener has made it a habit of stitching his innings together, even as his opening partner David Warner runs away with the game at the other end" Playing a team game entails sacrifices and selflessness. When an individual is in a brilliant run of form while his team has been suffering, the athlete often has to give up on his preferred mode of play to suit the team's demands. A similar story panned out for Aaron Finch in the ongoing ODI series against England, as his side Australia, in a desperate bid to gain back their lost momentum, pushed the dangerous opener down the order in the second and third ODIs. The move was tried out firstly, to give D Arcy Short an opportunity to make his debut and secondly, in the hope that the in-form cricketer could come out to eradicate the middle order woes that have been plaguing Australian cricket for a while now. Languishing after 14 defeats in 16 games and with four consecutive bilateral losses against their name, Australia hoped that Finch