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"Maybe I've been too tentative in the last couple of games, letting a bit of pressure build up," Finch confessed.

The losing team, with a lamentable out-of-form-guide at the top is not the best thing to happen to Australia, which is already reeling from the ball-tampering ghosts of the past. And you absolutely want to, Aaron Finch, who feels that he is still a very good player", in order to get back into shape, the series-deciding final One-Day International in Melbourne on Friday.

"Maybe I play too timid in the last couple of that a bit of pressure," Finch confessed on Thursday (17. January) in Melbourne. "It's always a fine balance between attack and hang in there and wait for the right time, to be somehow aggressive and take on the game. I still feel that I am a very good player. I think that 13 international propose hundreds that I know what is required."

Finch made his Test debut against Pakistan in October 2018 in Dubai, when he scored 62 and 49 in Dubai, but ever since, he has struggled to adapt his game to the limited-overs format. He looked out of sorts in the Test series against India, and has somehow managed to get his poor form in ODIs.

"It's just a case of getting through the first part, and probably look, a little bit of pressure back on the bowler. I think that at the moment I have just a little timid in my thoughts and in my legs at times. I think it is easy to go back to my natural game and just let the flow and the search for the right rhythm."

A CricViz stat reveals, as Finch has struggled to play since he has started both red-ball and white-ball formats. Before his Test debut, Finch 16.30 on averaged had gone against the balls, to hit his stumps, the striking of an impressive 97.80. But since then, Fink has been an average of 2.5 and striking in 33 against the same deliveries. And does not use Bhuvneshwar Kumar, that this series.

"I had a chance to go back and have a look at some of the shots," said Finch, "and see what worked really well, if I have hundreds for Australia and felt like I was really playing well. It is only to ensure that I give myself the best chance."

Australia, five ODIs are not lined up, and confirmed against India in India, followed by five against Pakistan in the UAE or Pakistan; the timetable for the latter. There is a one-month gap between the two rows, which is what Fink's happy to refuel yourself.

"India at home and then away, followed by Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates," Finch of Australia said the upcoming season. "It doesn't get much tougher than this in terms of the conditions and the opposition. After this series, it's just a bit Big Bash. The Renegades schedule has some breaks in it, how good is the really crucial. Only one time, like I said, what in this series, to load and easy to get out and around, trying to slog a few.

"April some time, which is a month after the end of the Dubai series (ODIs against Pakistan), before we head up to Brisbane for a camp before the world Cup. So the first real long break I've had in a long time. This will be an opportunity to go on a quick vacation with my wife, which has not happened in the five-and-a-half years, we have been together. It'll be nice to you."

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