"India have brought in a lot of experienced players, which I think leading up to a world tournament in a couple of months is about trying everyone possible," said Finch.
"We'll have some individual plans for guys like Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina. It's just important that our guys with the ball have got to execute plans as well as you can. If they're just hitting the good balls, that's not a problem."

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"When you've got a group of senior players, it's brings quite a calmness to the group. There tends to be less panic in the dressing room. If you've a lot of youngsters, everyone's on edge. Whereas the senior players know how the games go. If they're still the best players regardless of their age, you just pick them," he added.
Australia will have their own hands full as the T20I side takes new shape. Usman Khawaja has been neglected once again, much to everyone's surprise but the new names coming in have impressed in the recently concluded Big Bash League. So this will be a test for them as well, considering that spots are up for grabs for the World T20.

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