"Having got to number one in the world in T20 cricket we want to stay there and keep improving on our game. We feel our game plan has been really solid for quite a while and we're really comfortable how that looks for various conditions and opponents," Finch said.
The right-handed batsman feels it will be a challenge for the players to play after the break of more than five months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"Coming off such a long layoff - it's going to be really important for us to get together again and have a real high intensity hit out. Between myself and [vice-captain] Pat Cummins, we will sit down and pick a couple of sides later today," Finch said.
"First up it's about getting a little bit of rust out, we haven't played a competitive match for five months. I know guys will be feeling their way back so we have to understand that, but so long as we keep improving and every opportunity we get to perform that we learn from that...then we'll be on the right track," he added.
England will host Australia for three T20Is and as many ODIs, beginning September 4.
The T20Is will be played at the Ageas Bowl while the ODIs will take place at Old Trafford. All the matches will be played behind closed doors.
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