Du Plessis found guilty, but free to play

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hear­ing, con­duct­ing their train­ing ses­sion. Du Plessis was un­able to play any part in the prac­tice as his time with the match ref­eree lasted a full three hours.

Aus­tralia’s play­ers were also train­ing at Ade­laide Oval as the hear­ing took place. They ar­rived around 5PM and trained un­der lights, and as du Plessis left his hear­ing he walked past sev­eral of the Aus­tralians, ac­com­pa­nied by CSA’s se­cu­rity of­fi­cer and team man­ager. Du Plessis had a cof­fee in hand and a stony ex­pres­sion on his face, re­veal­ing lit­tle, but 90 min­utes later the guilty ver­dict was made public. — Cricinfo

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