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Top XI must-read Warner-De Kock row articles

2018-03-08 11:17

Cape Town - The build-up to the second Test between the Proteas and Australia at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth has been overshadowed by the ongoing row involving David Warner and Quinton de Kock.

Suffice it to say things are going to get spicy in the 'Friendly City' from Friday onwards!

In case you missed any of the drama, below the Top XI must-read articles:

1. WATCH: David Warner swears at Quinton de Kock before bust-up

2. Warner hits out at De Kock's 'vile, disgusting' comment

3. Big Mac: Warner has 'short man syndrome'

4. Cool it! SA, Australia face Test dressing down

5. De Kock fined 25% after ICC appeal fails

6. Warner escapes Test ban, fined 75% of match fee

7. Big Mac: To shut up Oz, beat them!

8. Proteas will nag Warner over wife - Hogg

9. Aussies called De Kock a 'bush pig' - reports

10. Stop whinging says Warne as Warner-De Kock row heats up

11. Proteas must now show THEIR teeth


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