Former Australia captain Aaron Finch feels that the body language of Australian players on the field is quite flat at the moment. His words arrived after Australia lost both of its opening games in the ICC World Cup 2023.

Australia lost their opening game against India by 6 wickets. In their second game, they lost to South Africa by 134 runs. In both games, Australia also failed to showcase a good batting and bowling show.

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The body Language On The Field Is Quite Flat At The Moment From Australia: Aaron Finch

While speaking to ESPNCricinfo, former Australia opener Aaron Finch said that Australia’s body language on the field is quite flat at the moment.

“The body language on the field is quite flat at the moment from Australia. Even with the ball, they are a bit standoffish, they are waiting for things to happen and that can become contagious among the group as well”, Aaron Finch said.

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Finch also feels that the Australian team needs to freshen up after the long campaign they have had in the last two months. He also advised the team to take a break for a day or two to recharge themselves.

“The tone was set early on and it hasn’t recovered yet. They need a way to freshen up, mentally and physically, because it’s been a gruelling lead-up with five ODIs in South Africa, three T20s, come to India and play three ODIs then two warm-up matches when they only had 11 fit players. One-day cricket, physically, takes quite a bit out of you.”

“If they [Australia] can just get away from the game for a day or so, recharge their own batteries physically and mentally, and find a way to forget about the game…you can get a bit more of a balanced view on how you are going personally and what you change tactically,” Aaron Finch added.

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Australia completely failed with the bat in both games. Against India, they were bowled out for 199 in the 1st innings. Against South Africa, they were bundled out for just 177 in the 2nd innings against a target of 312. Australia will next face Sri Lanka on October 16.

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