Cricket World Cup 2019 - David Warner

David Warner celebrates a century for Australia
David Warner celebrates a century for Australia. Photo credit: Getty

Age: 32
Height: 1.70m
Left-handed batsman
Born: October 27, 1986
ODI debut: January 18, 2009 (106 matches)
ODI batting: 4343 runs (43.43 average, 14 centuries, 17 fifties, 179 top score)  
Social links: @davidwarner31 (Twitter), @davidwarner31 (Instagram)

Born in Sydney, Warner was the first Australian in 32 years selected for the national team without any first-class experience.

A former Australian captain in limited-overs format, he was the first Australian batsman to score a century in his 100th ODI - the eighth overall.

Warner has just returned from a 12-month suspension for his involvement in the ball-tampering incident against South Africa last year and can never be considered for a leadership again.

He's also well-known for his verbal outbursts and has been involved in several onfield incidents. Former NZ skipper Martin Crowe once described him as "the most juvenile cricketer I have seen on a cricket field".