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‘Control yourself’


David Warner (second left) and Marlon Samuels (third left) have history.

MELBOURNE – West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels has received advice on behaviour from a rather unusual source.

An Australian.

Opener David Warner says Samuels needs to “control himself” better on the field following his recent clash with Aussie leg-spin legend Shane Warne.

Samuels faces two charges which have been delayed due to his nasty eye injury sustained while playing for Melbourne Renegades against Melbourne stars, captained by Warne.

Warne was suspended for a match and fined $4500 after the ugly Big Bash League showdown with Samuels on Sunday.

“I’ve had my heated battles as well on the field with Marlon,” Warner said in an interview on Sky Sports last night.

“He needs to control himself on the field. Its white line fever a lot of people we can get when we’re out there”.

Warner and Samuels clashed at the T20 World Cup in October in an incident that required intervention by the umpires.

Samuels is also reported to have clashed with Adelaide Strikers coach Darren Berry earlier in the BBL.

“Obviously it’s not good for the game and some players can take aggression too far,” said Warner.

“The guys need to settle it off the field and have a chat about it.”

Samuels was ruled out of the rest of the tournament and is likely to miss West Indies one-day international series tour of Australia next month.

He has been replaced in the Renegades squad by England international Alex Hales, who hit four sixes in one over against Sydney Sixers yesterday.

“But we definitely think he’s been unfairly treated so far,” said Renegades boss Stuart Coventry.

“He was lying there telling us that he’s played cricket in a lot of places and travelled a lot and he’s never seen this happen”.

Samuels, who is recovering from a suspected broken eye socket, has been ordered by doctors to remain as still as possible to avoid the chance of bursting a blood vessel and causing permanent damage to his vision.

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