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Conquering Kohli, devastating De Villiers and scintillating Stokes - the Champions Trophy men to watch

Omnisport Logo Omnisport | Slide 1 of 11: Bullish left-hander Warner has developed from an aggressive opener whose approach occasionally came off, to one of the most destructive batsmen in the game.The added responsibility of becoming a father and being appointed vice-captain under Steve Smith appears to have suited Warner, who is closing in on 4,000 ODI runs.Still a pantomime villain among England fans for his run-in with Joe Root in a Birmingham bar, Warner finished the January series against Pakistan with huge back-to-back hundreds and his devastating ability to take the attack to the bowlers is being displayed on an ever-more consistent basis.

Australia - David Warner

Bullish left-hander Warner has developed from an aggressive opener whose approach occasionally came off, to one of the most destructive batsmen in the game.The added responsibility of becoming a father and being appointed vice-captain under Steve Smith appears to have suited Warner, who is closing in on 4,000 ODI runs.Still a pantomime villain among England fans for his run-in with Joe Root in a Birmingham bar, Warner finished the January series against Pakistan with huge back-to-back hundreds and his devastating ability to take the attack to the bowlers is being displayed on an ever-more consistent basis.
© Bullish left-hander Warner has developed from an aggressive opener whose approach occasionally came ...

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