Southampton, August 28: Australia's first intra-squad practice match of its white-ball cricket tour of England was abandoned midway through because of rain on Friday. Rain stopped play in the Twenty20 hit-out in Southampton when a team led by vice-captain Pat Cummins was on 60-0 in reply to the 150 made by an opposition side captained by Australia's limited-overs skipper, Aaron Finch.

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Finch and fellow opener David Warner put on a stand of 75 in 9.2 overs for the Finch XI. Also Read | Mets & Marlins Walk Off Field After 42-Second in The Wake of Shooting of Jacob Blake, Teams Leave Black Lives Matter Shirt on Home Plate (Watch Video).

Australia says the squad will play two more T20 practice matches on Sunday. The first of three T20 internationals against England will take place on Sept. 4. The teams will also meet in three one-day internationals.

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