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Brad Haddin. (Getty)
Australia's wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has suffered a shoulder injury on the second day of the second Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.

Former Aussie skipper Allan Border. (Getty)
Former Australia captain Allan Border suggested Michael Clarke's field placements in the Second Test were against the 'spirit of the game'.

Mitchell Johnson. (Gety)
Test spearhead Mitchell Johnson has been panned as a "damp threat" to Pakistan unless he adapts his bowling for the flat tracks of the UAE.

Brad Haddin. (Getty)
Brad Haddin has been rested from the Australia squad to take on South Africa in their pre-World Cup series.

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