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Cricket World Cup 2019: Aaron Finch considers new ball role for Adam Zampa

Fox Sports Australia – Proteas veteran Imran Tahir made World Cup history on Thursday night when he bowled the first over of the innings – the first spin bowler to ever do so.

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  • Proteas veteran Imran Tahir made World Cup history on Thursday night when he bowled the first over of the innings – the first spin bowler to ever do so.
  • Get your 14 day free trial >While Finch has recently thrown spinners Zampa and Glenn Maxwell the ball early in the innings, neither have close to opening the bowling – as is standard for Australian teams across generations.
  • Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc are still expected to open the bowling but Finch has come around to the idea of Zampa taking the new ball.
  • When asked if he could play a role with the new ball during the World Cup, he told cricket.com.au: “Absolutely.
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