Australian captain Aaron Finch will retire from one-day international cricket, with his final match to be played against New Zealand on Sunday.
Finch has been under pressure to keep his spot in the side following a lean patch, he’s failed to crack double digits in six of his past seven ODI innings.
The 35-year-old has notched just one half-century from 13 innings this year and been sent packing for a duck five times.
Finch has played 145 ODI matches and Sunday will be his 55th game as captain, although he’ll continue to lead the men’s T20 side.
“It has been a fantastic ride with some incredible memories,” Finch said.
“I have been extremely fortunate to be a part of some brilliant one-day sides. Equally, I have been blessed by all those I have played with and the many people behind the scenes.
“It is time now to give a new leader the best possible opportunity to prepare for…