Australian opener Aaron Finch says he will sit down with the captain and coach of the side before his Test debut against Pakistan. Australia have a two-match Test series against Pakistan in the UAE coming up and Finch, previously just a white ball player for his country, has been picked in the side.
The 31-year-old says he will sit down with coach Justin Langer and skipper Tim Paine before deciding on a few plans for the longer format of the game.
Finch said: “I think being aggressive has made me reasonably successful in international cricket in the two shorter formats.
“I suppose that probably depends on where in the order they see me fitting in if there’s a spot in the order, so if it’s at the top it’s about playing your natural game, if it’s in the middle there’ll obviously be times when you come in against a lot of spin and maybe the ball’s reversing.
“I think it’s about sitting down over the next week or so with the coach and captain and probably start nutting out some plans if a spot is available there.”