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With just a few weeks to go till the start of the Ashes campaign in England, Australia's cricketers are once again in the headlines for the wrong reasons. Opening batsman David Warner has been dropped from Australia's one-day side, pending a disciplinary hearing over an incident in a pub last weekend. English officials claim Warner made an unprovoked attack on their batsman Joe Root. Source: abc.net.au

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