CANBERRA: Australia captain Aaron Finch said Tuesday that Mitchell Starc’s poor form was not an issue for the team, although he admitted that the bowler with the left arm would have preferred the ball in the ongoing ODI series would swing right from the start.
Starc conceded 65 runs in the nine overs and chose only one wicket in the first ODI, that of tail-ender Mohammed Shami, and gave away 82 runs in his nine overs in the second match without getting a single wicket.
« He (Starc) would love to swing the ball and get it right early on, but the reality is if you are defending big sums and playing against good players they are going to come hard at you. « said Finch, speaking to reporters on the eve of the third ODI to be played at the Manuka Oval.
« Today there will be talks about what we can do differently. Whether it’s a tactical thing or if we use it through the innings. We’ll talk about it today. But definitely no panic wards here from my point of view, « he added.
Starc was negotiated quite easily by the Indian fighters in the power play. He conceded 29 runs in three overs in the second game and 27 runs in two overs in the first ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He had 20 runs in the first over of the first ODI on Jan.. Leaked November.
But Finch said Starc’s failure was mainly due to the flat gates it offered.
«. . . From my point of view, and when I talk to other people about his technique and little things that his fellow bowlers and the fast-paced bowling cartel really oversee, they seem to think he’s really fine. So it’s only a matter of time, « said Finch. IANS
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