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  • Warner century hands Australia solid start

    David Warner was handed a no-ball reprieve before posting a century to put Australia in a strong position over England on the opening day of the fourth Ashes Test in Melbourne.

  • Warner hurts neck but confident of playing in Gabba

    David Warner gives the Australian camp a scare ahead of Thursdays' opening Ashes test by hurting his neck during a fielding drill but the opening batsman is confident he will be fit to face England at the Gabba.

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    Broad sees Warner as danger man

    England paceman Stuart Broad pinpoints David Warner as Australia's danger man in the Ashes series, and admits to a begrudging respect for his aggressive mentality.

  • Smith, Warner say no to four-day Tests

    Australia captain Steve Smith and star opener David Warner say they have no desire to play four-day Tests in a setback to international cricket chiefs who have floated the idea.

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    Warner finds it funny how Ind-Aus games are advertised

    Australia’s David Warner says that he found it funny how the Ind-Aus rivalry is portrayed in the media.

  • ‘Bangladesh have to look after Fizz’

    Australia opener David Warner heaps praise on Bangladesh pacer and his Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate Mustafizur Rahman.

  • Head knock won't stop Warner's Bangladesh tour

    Australia opening batsman David Warner is recovering well after being struck in the neck by a bouncer from team mate Josh Hazlewood and should be fit for the upcoming two-test series in Bangladesh, coach Darren Lehmann says.

  • Warner retires hurt after bouncer blow

    Australia vice captain David Warner walks straight off the pitch at Darwin’s Marrara Oval after being hit on the helmet by a Josh Hazzlewood bouncer during the intra-squad practice match.

  • Reasons to look forward to Australia’s Bangladesh tour

    There is plenty to look forward to when Australia visit Bangladesh for a two-Test series in August.

  • Warner says he can still captain

    David Warner believes he can still captain Australia and his vocal stance against Cricket Australia during the bitter pay dispute will not dent his chances of becoming captain.

  • Warner's stock continues to rise as IPL playoffs loom

    David Warner has enhanced his leadership qualities with some stellar captain's displays to keep his Sunrisers Hyderabad side on course for a second successive Indian Premier League (IPL) triumph.

  • Williamson gets the better of Warner

    When rain washed out a training session, Sunrisers Hyderabad teammates David Warner and Kane Williamson took to the dartboard, with the Black Caps skipper taking out a big win against his Indian Premier League captain.

  • Wrath of Khan impresses Warner

    Australian David Warner has labelled Afghanistan's Rashid Khan "a superstar in the making" after the Sunrisers Hyderabad leg-spinner produced a stunning performance against the Gujarat Lions on Sunday night.

  • 'IPL will help David return to form'

    Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has tipped David Warner to be one of the contenders for IPL's 'Player of the Tournament' award as he feels extra responsibility always gets the best out of the dashing opener.

  • Virat & I still good friends: Warner

    David Warner says he remains good friends with Virat Kohli despite a bitterly fought Test series which ended with the Indian captain saying that he was no more friends with the Australian cricketers.

  • The runs will come, says Australia's Warner

    David Warner has never suffered from a lack of confidence and his experience of battling through previous run droughts has the Australian opener convinced he will soon be getting big scores on the board again.

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    Warner tops ODI rankings for the first time

    Australia opener David Warner has wrested the top spot in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen with a stupendous run in recent matches that is a warning for other teams in the year of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which will be held in the United Kingdom from 1-18 June.

  • Record Warner-Head stand powers Aus to 369-7

    David Warner blasted a career-best 179 and dominated Australia's highest one-day partnership with fellow centurion Travis Head to power the hosts to 369 for seven in the fifth and final match against Pakistan on Thursday.

  • Warner happy to rest for tough Ind Test

    Australia's player of the year David Warner has welcomed a rest before touring India next month saying it's tough preparing for sub-continental conditions.

  • Pak in trouble after Aus declare

    Pakistan were in early trouble after Australia called a halt to their massive first innings at 538 for eight on the second day of the third Test in Sydney on Wednesday.

  • Starc stars in stunning win over Pak

    Mitchell Starc spearheaded Australia to a stunning final day innings victory over Pakistan with a mercurial bat and ball performance to claim the series in Melbourne on Friday.

  • Azhar hits 205, Aus make solid start

    Azhar Ali hit the highest score by a Pakistan batsman in Australia on Wednesday on the third day of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • ‘Pak confident after pushing Aus close’

    A strong fourth innings fightback that had nearly clinched a remarkable record run chase in the first Test loss to Australia in Brisbane had given Pakistan the confidence they needed for the rest of the series, captain Misbah-ul-haq has said.

  • Warner's back-to-back tons lift Aus

    Opener David Warner smashed his second straight hundred to spearhead Australia's 264 for eight in the third Chappell-Hadlee Trophy one-dayer in Melbourne on Friday.

  • Why Kohli and Warner weren't charged

    Around the same time that the ICC heard the Faf du Plessis case, there emerged on social media footage of Virat Kohli and David Warner with suggestions that they might have introduced artificial substances to shine the ball.

  • Warner leads way as Aus lose Burns early

    Crisis-hit Australia make another shaky start losing Joe Burns in the opening over as they set out to save the second Test against South Africa in Hobart.

  • Angered family walks out on final day of Hughes inquest

    The family of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes walked out of an inquest into his death after a submission from the lawyer for Cricket Australia that the coroner should not rule on claims the batsman been subject to threatening language.

  • South Africa win 5-0 despite Warner epic

    David Warner hits a magnificent century for Australia but could not prevent South Africa from completing a clean sweep by winning the fifth and final ODI

  • Warner's special birthday tweet to Fizz

    David Warner shows off his Bangla vocabulary while wishing Mustafizur Rahman a happy birthday

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    Aussies win final ODI

    Australia's stand-in skipper David Warner leads by example, hitting a brilliant century in their five-wicket win against Sri Lanka to complete a 4-1 series victory.