Finch, Wade show nerve in tense chase against Windies | Australia v West Indies 2022

Finch, wade show nerve in tense chase against windies | australia v west indies 2022

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After Australia slumped to 5-58 chasing the West Indies’ 145, it was skipper Aaron Finch and the in-form Matthew Wade that would ensure the home side prevailed in the first Dettol T20I at Metricon Stadium

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