The three-match series is level at 1-1 after Australia won the first ODI in Sydney by 34 runs and India clinched the second in Adelaide by six wickets.
While India will take winning momentum into this third ODI, their only worry at the moment is the fifth bowling option.
After a below-par showing in the Test series, Finch's struggle with the bat continued in the ODIs as he scored just 12 runs in the first two games.
A bench comprising justices SA Bobde and AM Sapre said it will hear the matter after a week when senior advocate PS Narsimha takes over charge as amicus curiae in the matter.
'People make mistakes, let's not go too far here. I am sure, whoever has done it will realise and come out a better person,' said Ganguly.
Warner will be returning to Australia next Monday to have his injury assessed.
Dhawan said that the pressure the bowlers were placing on the Australians at the top of the order meant they were not capitalising on the fielding restrictions during the first 10-over power-play…
Dhoni turned back the clock with a match-winning half-century against Australia in the second one-dayer in Adelaide, even hitting one of those trademark last-over sixes.
Pandya however did watch the second ODI between India and Australia, his father Himanshu said.
After his 39th ODI hundred helped India to a series' levelling win in Adelaide, Langer heaped praise on Kohli, saying the India skipper is currently having the same impact on international cricket…
Sawhney was the unanimous choice following a global recruitment process led by ICC chairman Shashank Manohar and the nominations committee.
The ICC has confirmed that David Richardson will step down as chief executive as his contract is set to expire in the summer after the cricket World Cup.
Pandya, 25, and Rahul, 26, have been suspended by the BCCI and sent home from the tour of Australia following their sexist remarks in popular celebrity talk show.
Despite the apologies tendered by the duo, 10 BCCI units demanded a Special General Meeting to appoint an ombudsman for carrying out an inquiry.
The BCCI has suspended all-rounder Hardik Pandya and batsman KL Rahul from all formats of cricket over their sexist comments made on a TV show.