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World Cup 2019: We have not played anywhere near our best cricket: Finch

Mid-Day Friday, 14 June 2019
Australia is comfortably placed on the points table with wins in three out their World Cup games but skipper Aaron Finch feels his team has played nowhere near to its potential.

At the top of the order Finch, David Warner and Steve Smith, have hit the ground running with big scores aplenty.
But the middle order has yet to...
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