Australia’s home cricketing season began with back to back stunning shows as the Kangaroos decimated a young and spirited Sri Lankan side to win the three-game T20I series. Later, the yellow jersey will be challenged by the quality of the top-ranked T20I team i.e. Pakistan.
All this is providing Australia an opportunity to review their resources and build a strong unit for the next year’s T20 World Cup which will take place at their home. Australia came close to winning their maiden 20-over event trophy in West Indies in 2010, but they were defeated by arch-rivals England.
However, skipper Aaron Finch has no plans to waste the forthcoming opportunity. For this to happen, the belligerent batsman reiterated that he, along with the management and the coaching panel, would look to make sure that his team enters the tournament with all their bases covered.
The 32-year old admitted that ups and downs are a part of life, but added that his team is completely focused on giving their best to win the T20 World Cup at their home soil.