CanberraThe form of Australian top pacer Mitchell Starc, who dominated the current series against India, is a matter of concern, but captain Aaron Finch on Tuesday backed the veteran bowler, saying that there is no need to fear right now. Left-arm fast bowler Stark, who performed brilliantly with the new ball in the limited overs format, is battling against India in the current series. In the first two ODIs, Stark was able to pick just one wicket, while during this period he took 147 runs in 18 overs. The Australian team, however, managed to win both matches. Finch said at the press conference ahead of the third ODI, “He is not doing his best and you have to understand that his level is much better than what you can expect from most people.” The reason for this is that in the last eight or nine years he has made his dominance, especially in white ball cricket. He said, “He likes to swing the ball but the reality is that when you are defending a big target and playing against good players, they target you.” Star fast bowler Pat Cummins has been rested from the final ODI and Finch said he has discussed how to use Stark. He said, ‘Today we will talk about what we can separate. It will be a strategic thing or it will be replaced when used in the innings. Finch said, “We will talk about this today, but certainly from my point of view there is nothing to fear.” Stark’s form has declined since the World Cup last year. He took 12 wickets in 11 matches during this period, while giving away runs at 6.28 runs per over. After injured star batsman David Warner was ruled out of the final ODI and the series already named, Finch hinted that his team could experiment in the top order. Finch said, ‘We have not yet selected the team but we have some options. We give Matthew Wade a place in the team or Marnus (Labushen) starts the innings. Alex Carrie has done this many times in the past. But the middle order has been doing quite well for some time. He said, “The advantage of going 2-0 in the series is that you can experiment or you can play with safe option if you want.” Warner suffered a groin injury during the second ODI on Sunday and has been ruled out of the remaining matches of the limited-overs series while his playing in the four-Test series is also doubtful.