Finn, not an original member of England s Champions Trophy squad, was called up after fellow paceman Chris Woakes suffered a tournament-ending side strain during the hosts opening eight-wicket Group A win over Bangladesh at the Oval last week.
It meant both of Australia's games in the tournament so far have been abandoned due to rain, they getting a point against New Zealand from a disadvantageous position and then this share of spoils with Bangladesh.
Jos Buttler provided a late flourish with a quick-fire unbeaten 61 after Joe Root scored a fluent half-century as England were all out for 310 against New Zealand in a Group A match of the ICC Champions Trophy in Cardiff on Tuesday.
Shakib added 69 runs for the fifth wicket with Tamim, the lone ranger with a superb 95 in Bangladesh's modest 182 all out.
Left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc was the pick of the bowlers as he picked up four wickets for 29 runs.
Australia were cruising at 83 for one through 16 overs when rain stopped play.
Morgan's side face Australia at Edgbaston on Saturday in their final Group A game.
All in all, we await a spectacular contest between Australia versus England. For that, they will need to be more consistent with their all-round cricket.
Should Australia win, it will extend their stay in Birmingham where they would play in the second semi-final against the victor of Group B - which is likely to be South Africa or India - on June 15. "I haven't really read into anything else that's happened".
Guptill (26) combined with Luke Ronchi (65 off 43) to kickstart the New Zealand innings against Australia last week, with skipper Kane Williamson's 97-ball 100 anchoring the Black Caps to 291 off 45 overs. A rain-marred encounter against Australia has helped Bangladesh's qualification chances earlier as well - in the 2015 World Cup.
"We ve got a completely new team, pretty much".
"Of course I didn't want to go off", he continued. 'But we have got a bit of pace in the changing-room, so when we get it right, we can close down the scoreboard and take wickets torwards the back end as well. Unfortunately, that was at the toss, when Mashrafe Mortaza made a decision to take on one of the most potent bowling attacks at the tournament and try to set a target - even with the prospect of rain later in the day potentially helping the chasing side by shortening the game.
It was the same surface where Imran Tahir took four wickets against Sri Lanka on Saturday, so there was an air of excitement about how Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa would fare in his first Champions Trophy game.
"The groundsmen perhaps could have had more urgency, but I think they did the best job they could", said Smith.
Bangladesh must beat New Zealand on Friday in Cardiff to have a chance of going through.
But the left-armer said he was still happy with the progression of the bowlers through the tournament, and hoped their best was to come.