Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Thu 09 Feb 2023 Aaron Finch gets his 9th IPL franchise, signed up by KKR as replacement for Alex Hales Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) have signed up Australia's white-ball captain Aaron Finch as a replacement for Alex Hales. The England batter pulled out of IPL 2022 citing "bubble fatigue and his mental well-being". A KKR statement confirmed that Finch would be joining KKR for 1.5 crore. Will have to rethink me batting at four, concedes Kohli after Mumbai drubbing Despite the 10-wicket whipping at the hands of Australia in the first ODI at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Indian captain Virat Kohli feels that there is no need to panic Probably one of our worst performances, rues Finch as Australia bid goodbye to World Cup 2019 Against all expectations, England completely bulldozed Australia in the World Cup 2019 semi-finals to reach their first World Cup final since 1992. If you’re slightly Aaron Finch off the mark, India will hurt you: Australia skipper Australia captain Aaron Finch admitted that the visitors can ill-afford to make mistakes if they want to impress in the ODIs and T20s in India IPL 2018: Finch finds some similarities between Ashwin and Dhoni Kings XI Punjab's Aaron Finch is highly impressed with Ravichandran Ashwin's captaincy in Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018. He has even compared to Ashwin to Chennai Super Kings’ skipper MS Dhoni. Harbhajan Singh speaks out on stone-throwing incident Harbhajan Singh joined many other former Indian cricketers in condemning the stone-throwing incident on the Australian team bus after the defeat at Guwahati. Aaron Finch admits to brain fade moment against Kuldeep Yadav Aussie opener Aaron Finch admitted that he had a brain fade moment of sorts as he fell to Kuldeep Yadav playing an erroneous shot, and triggering an Australian collapse in the first T20 at Ranchi. Warner and Finch were spectacular: Smith Australia skipper Steve Smith was pleased with the all-round display by his team as the visitors won the fourth ODI by 21 runs.