Sydney: Australia captain Michael Clarke expects temperamental opener David Warner to be on his best behaviour in today's semi-final.
David Warner. Pic/AFP
Warner, who has already been warned twice for on-field verbal sledges, faces suspension from the final, should Australia qualify, if he is found guilty of another misdemeanour at the Sydney Cricket ground. "David will be fine," Clarke said yesterday.
"He knows the rules, as we all do, and his rules are no different than the rest of ours," he added.
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