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David Warner has given Australia an injury scare ahead of the start of the Ashes on Thursday

Australia given injury scare just THREE DAYS ahead of Ashes as opener David Warner limps out of nets session after suffering bruised thigh

  • Australia are gearing up for the start of the Ashes on Thursday at Edgbaston
  • But their preparations have been hit by an injury scare to opener David Warner 
  • The 32-year-old limped out of nets practice after suffering a bruised thigh
  • Warner injured himself when he inside edged a ball onto his thigh on Monday
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Australia have been given an injury scare ahead of Thursday’s Ashes after David Warner limped out of practice.

The Australia opener picked up a nasty bruise to his inner thigh during nets practice on Monday afternoon after being struck by Michael Neser at Edgbaston.

Warner is still with the Australia squad and has been icing his bruised thigh in order for the bruising to go down. 

David Warner has given Australia an injury scare ahead of the start of the Ashes on Thursday

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David Warner has given Australia an injury scare ahead of the start of the Ashes on Thursday

Warner is seen to by Australia's physiotherapist David Beakley after suffering the thigh injury

Warner is seen to by Australia's physiotherapist David Beakley after suffering the thigh injury

Warner is seen to by Australia’s physiotherapist David Beakley after suffering the thigh injury 

The 32-year-old injured himself after he inside edged a ball onto his inner thigh during nets

The 32-year-old injured himself after he inside edged a ball onto his inner thigh during nets

The 32-year-old injured himself after he inside edged a ball onto his inner thigh during nets

The 32-year-old injured himself when he inside edged a ball onto his left thigh during the nets session.

The tourists will be hoping Warner’s injury is nothing bad as they gear up for Thursday morning’s start in Birmingham at Edgbaston. 

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Warner is set to return to Test duties against their old rivals England alongside fellow exiles Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft.

Warner and Smith were suspended for 12 months for their part in the ball tampering scandal that rocked Australian cricket last year, while Bancroft served the shortest ban of nine months.

And the trio will be desperate to ensure Australia win their first Ashes series on English soil since 2001. 

Australia will be hoping their opener's injury isn't too serious ahead of the start of the Ashes

Australia will be hoping their opener's injury isn't too serious ahead of the start of the Ashes

Australia will be hoping their opener’s injury isn’t too serious ahead of the start of the Ashes

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