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We know brand of game we want to play: Haddin

We know brand of game we want to play: Haddin
The criticism they are facing notwithstanding, Australia’s wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin said his team is quite comfortable playing a hard-nosed brand of cricket and would not be affected by the furore caused by David Warner’s latest code-of-conduct offence. Warner was fined 50 per cent of his match fee after a verbal clash with Indian batsman Rohit Sharma in their last One-day International at the MCG. It was the Aussie opener’s second offence for the season and drew a stern warning from Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland, who told him to “stop looking for trouble”.

“We have a clear message of where it’s all at,” Haddin said here ahead of Friday’s tri-series game against England. “We know the brand of cricket we want to play and Davey’s no different to all of us. We’re out there to compete. Umpires will adjudicate on anything they see that’s unfit and not in spirit of the game,” said Haddin.
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