Australia batsman Aaron Finch says he isn’t concerned about his lack of runs as he prepares to face India in the semi-finals of the Cricket World Cup.
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Finch began the tournament with a bang scoring 135 against England at the MCG in Australia’s big opening World Cup win.
The 28-year-old has struggled for runs since, however the Victorian feels a big score is just around the corner.
“It’s nothing that I’m overly concerned about, it’s just going back to look at the basics of my technique, something that I fall back on when I’m not getting a whole lot of runs,” Finch is quoted as saying by Reuters.
“Whenever you don’t get runs, it starts to build up.”
Finch says he is confident ahead of the much-anticipated clash against India at the SCG.
“Whatever happens on Thursday will happen, I’m not one who over-analyses it too much.
“When you look down the batting list, everyone’s been playing perfectly and I’m probably the only one who’s missed out in the last couple of games.
“I’m confident going into this game, I’ve got no reason not to be. I’m hitting the ball nicely and I’m looking for big runs.”