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Three teams that need a change in captaincy ahead of the 20-20 World Cup

These teams have ticked all their boxes but require a new captain as the current skippers have been out of form.

Rohit Sharma, Temba Bavuma

The T20 fever is about to sweep over the entire cricketing fraternity as the 20-20 World Cup is just 11 days away. All international teams have almost finalised their preparations and are ready to compete against each other for the crown of T20 champions. However, there are some teams that might need a change in leadership heading into the mega event. These teams have ticked all their boxes but desperately require a new captain as the current skipper has been out of form.

1 Australia

Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch (Source: Twitter)

The defending champions of the 20-20 World Cup recently lost a three-match T20I series against India. Australian captain Aaron Finch has been under tremendous pressure owing to his poor form with the bat. The opener has looked like a pale shadow of his former self in recent time as he’s struggled for runs across formats. The 35-year-old has recently retired from ODI cricket. The upcoming World Cup might be the last time we see Finch leading the Australian side.

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