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Alex Carey will captain Australia in their first one-day international against the West Indies, Cricket Australia announced on Tuesday after Aaron Finch was sidelined with an injury.

Finch worsened a right knee injury during the fifth Twenty20 of the season last week against the West Indies and Cricket Australia said his availability for the second and third ODI will be assessed daily.

Carey, 29, will become Australia’s 26th ODI captain, assuming the post in the absence of regular vice-captain Pat Cummins, who is sitting out the West Indies tour with a number of senior players including Steve Smith and David Warner.

« I am deeply honored to lead the team while Aaron recovers, » said Carey, who previously Australia A, which captained Adelaide Strikers and South Australia.

« Being able to captain Australia is one of the greatest privileges in the sport and an honor for the ic h am very grateful. Finchy is our captain and we will receive him with open arms when he is fully fit. Roll to his extremely high standards. « 

Australia lost the Twenty20 series 4-1 to the West Indies and with several stars missing, Carey will lead an inexperienced ODI team that will debut Josh Philippe, Ben McDermott and Riley Meredith.

A talented Australian Rules junior footballer, he was the first official skipper of the Australian Football League’s newest team, the Greater Western Sydney Giants, even though they were only part of Victoria’s U18 competition.

When later told he was dropped from the squad for lack of speed, he shifted his focus to cricket and gave up within two years his debut for South Australia.

The left-hander has been a mainstay of the Australian ODI team since his debut against England in 2018 and is considered a strong contender for the gloves of Tim Paine to take over when the test keeper retires.

WI XI: Evin Lewis, Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer, Jason Mohammed, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Kieron Pollard (c), Jason Holder, Hayden Walsh, Sheldon Cottrell, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein

AUS XI: Ben McDermott, Josh Philippe, Mitchell Marsh, Moises Henriques, Alex Carey (c & wk), Ashton Turner, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Starc, Wes Agar, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

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Lewis’ punishing innings with just 34 balls, highlighted by nine sixes and four fours, raised the home team to 199 for eight and earned him the « Man of the Match » as the Caribbean team also won the series with a convincing 4-1. The lead won.

Check out the live score and updates from the fifth T20I between the West Indies and Australia

Finch aggravated a right knee injury during last week’s fifth Twenty20 against the West Indies and Cricket Australia said his availability for the second and third ODIs will be assessed daily.

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