Looking Good ahead of ICC T20 World Cup – Aaron Finch

Looking Good ahead of ICC T20 World Cup - Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch, the Australian skipper who has been struggling to find form for over a year now is set to make some technical changes ahead of this month's T20 World Cup. He said that he had been working hard on his game and looking forward get back into winning ways soon enough.

When asked about his form in T20Is, Aaron Finch said that he had been working on making some technical changes ahead of the World Cup. The out-of-form Australian skipper has notched up only 25 runs over three matches against England at home this year and took up captaincy responsibilities earlier last month which led him into an even worseundai run for over one hundred days now before stepping down recently during their press conference today.

With the World Cup just around the corner, Dan Vettori is feeling confident about his side's chances.

"But it’s not always going to plan," he says with a laugh before adding more seriously: “I've been trying some technical changes and stuff over recent months that have helped me get ready for this tournament."  He ended by saying how honoured he felt being able take part in such an important event- one which will allow nations like ours prove ourselves once again on home soil"

Australia's World Cup defense begins on October 22nd and they will be looking to retain the wealth of knowledge that comes from being world champions. The Aussies have been training hard with an eye towards competing against all ten teams in this year’s tournament, but there is no doubt about whom our favorite rival would be: New Zealand.

"I feel really good about our batting lineup. We've got some match winners all throughout the line-up and with ball, too!" Australia have lost two of their last three T20 matches but David Warner is confident they'll be ready for what's coming next.