The auctions of the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL) is coming closer, and the buzz is reaching new heights with each passing day. As the mega event is set to stage on fire, swashbuckling opener and Australia’s limited-over skipper Aaron Finch has revealed whether he will be available for the next edition of the cash-rich IPL.

Finch has been a hot property in the franchise-based cricket all over the globe. His ability to clear the ground and launch a carnage from the very first delivery makes him one of the go-to batsmen in the shortest format of the game. With another edition of IPL looming large, the fans were eager to know whether Aaron Finch would be available for the next season.

Aaron Finch. Photo by: Faheem Hussain / IPL/ SPORTZPICS

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The Aussie cricketer in a recent question-answer session on social media site Twitter has revealed whether he will play the next season of IPL. Aaron Finch didn’t disappoint the fans and his followers spilling that he will go under the hammer during the auction on December 19 (Thursday) in Kolkata.

“Yes I will be!!,” Aaron Finch answered. 

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Meanwhile, Aaron Finch has been a regular presence in the IPL since 2010 except the last season. The illustrious cricketer made himself unavailable for the previous IPL in order to prepare himself for the ICC World Cup 2019. He was one of the cricketers to represent the most number of franchises in the tournament. After joining Rajasthan Royals in 2010, he plied trades for Delhi Capitals (previously known as Delhi Daredevil), Pune Warriors India, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians, Gujarat Lions, and Kings XI Punjab in 2018 IPL.


Ankush Das

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