Aaron Finch is supporting Cricket Australia’s position on the Afghanistan Test. Finch agrees with Cricket Australia, they officially defer the one-off Test against Afghanistan. A week ago, the Tasmania Cricket Association said the historic Test match. It was set for postponement due to the Taliban’s refusal to allow women’s cricket to prosper.
Moreover, Cricket Australia hasn’t officially declared. In a postponement yet, it remains fixed on promoting women’s cricket. Hence, they threatened to call off the Test match. However, the Afghanistan Board requested them for some time. They revealed their intent to promote women’s cricket.
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“It’s a really challenging time no doubt, but we’re supportive of Cricket Australia’s position,” Aaron Finch told the reporters during a media call.
In addition, the official statement of postponement by Cricket Australia. It’ll undoubtedly come as a massive blow for Afghanistan. The country has been in turmoil. Since the Taliban’s takeover in mid-August. Their cooperation within the T20 World Cup was in question.
Meanwhile, Finch goes through knee surgery. He will shortly depart for the UAE for the T20 World Cup. Finch feels the warm-up matches before their opening attachment. Against South Africa will be significant as there has been a lack of international games for a lot of players.
“It’s a difficult one there are quite a few guys who played in Bangladesh and the West Indies. Training indoors is no comparison to game intensity, so the two warm-up games and the lead-in to the World Cup are going to be really crucial. They’re going to be really important to get guys up to speed as quickly as possible. But I’ve got a lot of confidence in the experience of the group,” Aaron Finch said.
Lastly, Finch returned to the nets immediately. After recovering he hasn’t played professional cricket since August. He faces the daunting task of leading Australia. Which has slumped to rank seventh in the T20s, to their first ICC T20 title. With the men in yellow clubbed with the Proteas, West Indies, and England in Group 1. They could be removed in the Super 12 stage.