Canberra: Australian cricket team captain Aaron Finch said that the form of veteran fast bowler Mitchell Starc is not a concern for the team. However, he admitted that it would have been right for the left-arm pacer to swing the ball from the beginning in the ongoing 3-match ODI series.
Mitchell Starc took only one wicket for 65 runs in 9 overs in the first ODI, while in the second ODI, he took 82 runs in 9 overs and did not get a single wicket. The Australian team is 2–0 in the series after winning 2 matches in the 3-match ODI series and now they have to play the third and final ODI with India at the Manuka Oval (Canberra) ground on Wednesday.
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Aaron Finch said at the press conference on the eve of the match, “He (Stark) likes to swing the ball from the beginning.” But the reality is that when you are defending a big target and playing against good players, they target you.
He said, ‘We will talk if we can do something different. It will be a strategic thing or it will be changed when used in the innings. We will talk about it today but certainly I think there is nothing to panic.
Finch said that Stark has failed because he has got a flat so far. He said, ‘When you play ODI cricket on a flat wicket against a strong team, then there is nothing to hide. From my point of view, I think it is just a matter of time.