Australian Captain Expresses Desire to Play PSL

Pakistan's Super League (PSL) is increasingly popular with the world of cricketing by storm as several international players have shown interest in playing in the league in recent times.

Kiwi Opener, Martin Guptill, and Australian batsman of the Middle-order, Usman Khawaja, will debut in the remaining PSL 6 and are the latest addition to a star-studded league.

Aaron Finch, Australia's limited overtaking captain, has also shown a desire to compete with other international stars opting to participate in PSL.

Finch held a question and response session on Instagram's popular social media platform to ask him about his plans to participate in the PSL. Finch replied, “Hopefully one day”.

The 34-year-old is one of the world's most advanced opening T20 batters. He now ranks second in the world in T20Is and is Australia's fastest game, go-to player. He is going to be an exciting addition to an already star ranking.

During the Q&A, Finch was also asked about his international career as the toughest bowler. Finch claimed that the former off-spinner of Pakistan, Saeed Ajmal, was the toughest one he has ever faced.

The hitting opening batsman has played 24 matches against Pakistan in all formats. His record was solid, with an average score of 1,074 runs of 48.81. He scored 2 centuries in all forms against the Men in Green, both in ODIs and seven half a century.

In Australia's next tour to the West Indies, Finch will be in action. The tour is scheduled to begin on 10 July, with a 5 match series T20I and a 3 match ODI series.