Aayush Mahajan ∙ Sep 9 2022, 1:00 PM

Aaron Finch set to announce ODI retirement tomorrow - Reports

image-l7uffod5Finch has struggled for runs in recent times [PC: Twitter]

In a recent development, it has come to light that Australia white-ball captain Aaron Finch may call it quits from the ODI format in his media address ahead of the third match of the ongoing New Zealand series.

As per Australian media reports, Finch is set to announce his ODI retirement tomorrow as he prepares to play his farewell match against New Zealand, scheduled on September 11. 

He will still lead Australia in the upcoming T20 World Cup, at the conclusion of which the 35-year-old will likely hang his boots in the shortest-format of the game.

While the authenticity of the reports cannot be validated yet, Finch's decision to take a call on his international career is surely not a surprise considering the right-hander's extended poor-run with the bat. His last seven scores in ODI cricket read as: 0, 5, 5, 1, 15, 0, 0.

Finch and Co. dismantles New Zealand

A dead-rubber awaits the two teams at Cazaly's Stadium, Cairns as Australia have already won the three-match ODI series. 

By beating Kiwis by two wickets and 113 runs in the first two ties, the Kangaroos put another series win in its tally.

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