David Warner's troubled summer has continued in Zimbabwe after he was dismissed for just six in Australia A's latest tour match.
Warner was suspended by Cricket Australia for punching England's Joe Root in a Birmingham bar last month and missed the tourists' two Ashes warm-up matches.
He has been sent to Australia A's tour of Africa to gain match practice after he was overlooked for the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
However, the 26-year-old, who is still a part of Australia's Ashes squad, faced only nine balls against a Zimbabwean Select XI in Harare before he was caught behind off bowler Kyle Jarvis.
With the second Test already underway at Lord's, Warner's earliest possible return would be for the third match at Old Trafford, which begins on August 1 - although Australia also have a tour game against Sussex scheduled for Hove from July 26-28.
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