Australia are set up for some threatening short bowling from West Indies in their second game at Trent Bridge, skipper Aaron Finch said on Wednesday.
West Indies shot Pakistan out for a grim 105 in their World Cup opening game a week ago in an overwhelming spell, misusing the shortcoming of the Pakistani batsmen.
They at that point wrapped up a seven-wicket triumph over the 1992 title holders.
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In any case, Finch said the way to beating a resurgent West Indies is to have different systems available to counter bowling assaults as groups could change in all respects rapidly in the competition.
"I think whether you simply stick to one arrangement, at that point groups jump over you before long or they change brisk enough," Finch told correspondents during an instructional course.
"I think whether you over-assault and keep on going excessively short or you keep on going excessively full, whatever it may be, it's about your subsequent meet-ups from them balls."
Australia are pursuing a record 6th World Cup win in the 50-over version of the game having won the past one of every 2015. Be that as it may, Finch cautioned against lack of concern particularly against perilous West Indies opening batsman Chris Gayle who is set to resign toward the finish of the competition.
"I think when you face somebody as perilous as Chris, you must be readied, similar to I said previously, that he's going to hit limits," Finch included.
"So I believe it's significant that you come arranged to take the challenge to him since he unquestionably does that the other way."
The two groups have won their opening diversions and are hoping to gather speed in their second game at Trent Bridge, a setting which saw the most astounding one-day worldwide score of 481 runs piled on a year ago when England beat Australia.
Gotten some information about whether that specific day was an argument for a portion of the Australian players, Finch made light of the experience.
"I think just before we went up to the preparation yesterday, a couple young men discussed their past encounters here, which clearly haven't been excessively charming, however we're in the home change rooms, which is a first for everybody, which is decent," he said.