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Warner has been suspended till the first Ashes Test
While most cricket pundits and former players were quick to condemn David Warner’s attack on England’s ‘Golden Boy’ Joe Root, ex-Australia spin king Shane Warne believes the incident could actually unite Australia “in a funny sort of way”.
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It looks as if Warner will continue his part time job as a waterboy
Australia opening batsman David Warner has been slapped with A$11,500 fine and suspended till the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on July 10 for his bar brawl antics with England’s Joe Root.
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Australia have widely been regarded as the underdogs heading into this year’s Ashes series
Australia national selector John Buchanan has admitted that England hold the edge going into the first leg of the back-to-back Ashes series later on this year since the national team has been deeply scarred by the numerous controversies they have been involved in lately.
Laxman believes Sehwag can still be an asset to the Test team
Former India middle order batsman VVS Laxman has announced that the national team will definitely need opener Virender Sehwag in the side when they travel to South Africa at the end of the year.
Cook believes the top priority for all players should be the Champions Trophy and back-to-back Ashes series
England captain Alastair Cook has attempted to calm fears about an inevitable contract dispute between players and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) over an increase in wages and more freedom to play in domestic Twenty20 tournaments like the Indian Premier League (IPL).