With another match unfolding itself to be critical to both the teams wanting to get hold of the Cup, Australia face England at Birmingham in the second semi-finals in the ICC World Cup. South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis and Root's teammate Jonny Bairstow round up the top-3 with 10 and 9 catches respectively to their names in the ongoing World Cup.
Finch exuded confidence ahead of his team's much-anticipated World Cup semi-final against England at Edgbaston on Thursday.
Joe Root and Eoin Morgan continued to collect runs and find boundaries on a consistent basis as Australia's bowlers wilted at Edgbaston. England, who lost three World Cup finals in 1979, 1987 and 1992, now have a golden opportunity to win the elusive crown with a victory against New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday.
England opener Jason Roy smashed three sixes in a row in his 85 off 65 balls, helping England reach its target in just 32.1 overs.
"We got off to a flyer and when chasing a relatively small total, that's the difference".
The five-time world champions were unable to cope with the searing spell of swing and seam bowling Archer and Woakes were producing, pitching the flawless lines and lengths in a hostile opening half-an-hour of play.
Carey continued and shared a 103-run fourth-wicket partnership off 127 balls with Smith but the former was caught at midwicket off Adil Rashid for 46 and a googly from the leg-spinner then accounted for Marcus Stoinis (0) four balls later.
Steve Smith was later run out on 85 runs as Australia finished up below-par 223 runs.