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Australia skipper admitted his batsmen are under pressure to keep their places after one-day series defeat against South Africa.

Australian batters crashed out to 152 all out in the first ODI at Perth before losing at Hobart to hand the series to South Africa.

Not a lot of batsmen lived up to the expectations which is a potential concern for Australia ahead of important matches coming up.

Finch also hinted at the changes in the side ahead of the series against India.

"Between the batting line-up not having got it right for a little while now there's going to be questions asked whether it's Maxi, Lynny, Heady, or myself or Stoin.

"It's important that we really nut out the balance of the side and get that right over the next two months.

"We have to either adapt our game plan a little bit around the way the side structures up best or we slightly change our personnel to fit a style that we think can win."

Finch defended his side’s move to promote Chris Lynn up the order in Hobart which backfired as the powerful right-hander was dismissed on the first ball.

"We have to either adapt our game plan a little bit around the way the side structures up best or we slightly change our personnel to fit a style that we think can win."