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David Warner took a fine running catch before rain stopped play. (Getty)
David Warner had time to provide a highlight with a brilliant running catch before rain washed out the Australia Day ODI at the SCG.

David Warner. (Getty)
David Warner and Shane Watson are not certainties for Australia's upcoming tri-series clash with India.

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