Potential for Matthew Wade to come higher up in the order in T20 WC final: Finch

T20 World Cup: Aaron Finch hints at change in Matthew Wade’s batting order ahead of final

Dubai| With regard to the ICC T20 World Cup final against New Zealand, Australia captain Aaron Finch on Sunday said that Matthew Wade is likely to move up the order to show his batting prowess.

For the second time in the history of the tournament, Wade and Marcus Stoinis took Australia into the final after hitting three sixes off three balls after dropping a catch by Hasan Ali, in a tough-looking match against Pakistan. In the 19th over of the match, Wade scored an unbeaten 41 in just 17 balls to complete Pakistan’s 176-run score with one over remaining.

When asked about Wade’s performance in the semi-finals, Finch said, “Yes, potentially, we talked about sending him up the order that day, but Pakistan leg-spinner Shadab Khan made him go through the end overs.” After that, what he did is known to all.”

Finch continued, “He (Wade) is a really talented player in the batting order. We’ve seen him play at three with the opener and now he’s playing at number seven. So he does a lot of benefit to our team.” “

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