Aaron Finch ruled out of West Indies and Bangladesh series due to knee injury

After a four-wicket loss to the West Indies in the second match of the three-match ODI series, the Australian cricket team suffered another major setback on Sunday when its limited-overs team captain Aaron Finch suffered a knee injury.

After a four-wicket loss to the West Indies in the second match of the three-match ODI series, the Australian cricket team suffered another major setback on Sunday when its limited-overs team captain Aaron Finch suffered a knee injury. He was ruled out of the third match of the ODI series, and then the five-match T20 series against Bangladesh.

Finch suffered a knee injury during the T20I series on the West Indies tour, from which he has not yet recovered. Finch played in the first ODI, but was not part of the team in the second ODI and will now return home.

According to the report, Finch will no longer be able to be a part of the team in the T20 series to be held on the Bangladesh tour. he said “I’m extremely disappointed to be heading home,” Aaron Finch said in a statement.

“This was considered the best course of action rather than heading to Bangladesh, not being able to play and losing that recovery time. I will have the surgery if required and start the recovery process ahead of the World Cup,” he added.

After reaching Australia, Finch will have to stay in Quarantine for two weeks. In his absence, now Alex Carey will be the ODI captain of the team on the West Indies tour. In the three-match ODI series, both the teams are tied 1-1 and the third and deciding match of the series will be played on Monday. After this, the Australian team has to play a five-match T20 series on the Bangladesh tour.

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