Aaron Finch’s retirement from one-day international cricket is set to cause a bit of a stir as the Australian white-ball captain called for opening partner David Warner to succeed him as captain of the 50-over side.
Finch announced this morning that he was pulling the pin on his 50-over international career after his 146th match in the dead rubber third ODI against New Zealand in Cairns on Sunday.
However, he will continue as the T20 skipper, and will lead the nation ahead of the home T20 World Cup later this year.
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But speaking to Triple M’s Deadset Legends on Saturday morning after announcing he was stepping down from the post, Finch threw a spanner in the works, seemingly endorsing Warner as his successor.
Warner is actually 21 days older than Finch and also has…