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Aaron Finch hopes Australia carry on strong showing at World Cups

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Aaron Finch hopes Australia carry on strong showing at World Cups

Aaron Finch hopes Australia carry on strong showing at World Cups

Captain Aaron Finch looks to keep Australia's proud record at the World Cup going as they face England in the semi-final at Edgbaston.

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